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Scott Hall

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Classroom Management redogöra för förhållandet mellan samhälle och utbildning och redogöra för och värdera olika faktorer som påverkar lärande och undervisning, inklusive pedagogiskt ledarskap, skolkulturer och relationer •tillsammans med andra kunna identifiera, analysera och föreslå åtgärder för att komma tillrätta med olika slags konflikter, däribland mobbning och muntligt kunna redogöra för sina slutsatser med ett tydligt uttal och ett varierat och mottagaranpassat språk Dessutom består bedömningen av att studenten med utgångspunkt från ett konkret fall i samarbete med andra identifierar, analyserar och föreslår åtgärder för att lösa konflikter eller komma till rätta med mobbning. This part of the course Different factors effecting teaching and learning leadership, classroom management and relationships The Exam analyze and put an end to conflicts and bullying exam email contacting me scott.hall@mah.se Aims questions? Lecture Schedule Overview Stories – US, UK, Sweden Goals Strategies
– formal or informal to teach
reach potential
safe learning community Talking in a calm voice repeatedly is not a strategy! Issues in management Desired behavior Learning at the center Disruptive behavior Kinds of strategies *Lesson structure/content
*Classroom organization *Special needs
*outbursts *Violence
*Bullying
*Disruptive behavior >Discourage unwanted behavior
>Reinforce on task behavior General procedure 1 - Collect data – need a baseline
2 - Inform the class or student
3 - Reinforce
4 - Frame(hourly/daily/every 10 minutes)
5 - Stay consistent
6 - Record behavior
7 - Give reward
8 - Review How and Why The Good Behavior Board Game - class define “good behaviour” interval is determined – 10 minutes for example timer set – met or not Move on board
-treasure =Reward behavior goal
good behavior interval Marbles

Class points

Class money Behavior Contracting - individual connecting individual's behavior - long term incentive daily behavior standard the contract Example Individual Plan
student and parent aware
Reviewed daily
supported by parents Signal Timeout - individual/class Time out for minor disruptive behavior combines a signal timeout with a reinforcement plan for on task behavior not removed physically – not able to earn reward may be link with Removal Timeout use some kind of marker / signal Removal Timeout - individual Traditional Timeout disruptive or aggressive behavior May be seen as a way of getting out of class work – must think of saftey of others severe disrupt behavior track incidents established place used in cases of verbal abuse, profanity, aggression, tantrums Positive Compliance Momentum – class when transistions are an issuse often command unlikely to be followed

low p command need to create high p commands – or sequence Define the 3 commands, over time reduce the commands define time goals – Connect with Board Game Table points
Competition
Increase on task time Task engagement program - individual/class defines intervals - 4x 15 mins students shows “task engagement” = star define the engagement - interference is considered task disengagement students earn prefered activities time get a free choice – those who didn't need to finish work Positive praise =
not - they hit... - they completed assignment
Connection to home – reward Responese card - individual/class way to check understanding calling on a few = many not engaged dry erase board for answering questions focus attension
use praise
if many miss, present again - recheck Organized routines start class same each day place for turning in assignments introduction activity clear signals warm-up problems Differentiation – know the students
Clear instruction – 2 or 3 who will have trouble getting started?
Support – assistant, - define roles
Help from home
phone call
million words or less The way you move in class – how you call on students Individual records - diplomas Prize box – pencils, erasers, sharpeners Strikes A management strategy will always wear out

Need to mix it up

Change reward

Change the focus

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