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Copy of Chapter 6: What will I do to establish or maintain classroom rules and procedures?

The Art and Science of Teaching by Robert Marzano

Michael Fay

on 22 January 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Chapter 6: What will I do to establish or maintain classroom rules and procedures?

Research and Theory Summary Action Steps Chapter 6: What will I do to establish or maintain classroom rules and procedures.... (at Kawungan)? (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Without effective rules and procedures,
teaching and learning is inhibited. It is not possible for a teacher to conduct instruction or for students to work productively if they have no guidelines. The beginning of the school year is the most appropriate time to establish rules and procedures. A link can be made between students' behaviour in the classroom and their homes with established rules and procedures. (research indicates a decrease in disruptive behaviour by 29 percentile points) The physical setting of the classroom conveys a strong message regarding a teacher's approach to managing teaching and learning IMPLEMENT


MODIFY Evidence shows that the efficacy of rules and procedures is enhanced if students have input into their design. It's important to include a rationale while determining rules and procedures. This ensures students have a better understanding of the need for them. Action Step 1: Classroom Organization Learning Centres, Technology, and Equipment
Decorating the room
Year level materials
Physical arrangement of the room Action Step 2: Establish a Small Set of Rules and Procedures Different teachers may have different rules and procedures but they should address the following: Create rules and procedures at the beginning of the year but allow the students to enhance rules as needed
Devote class time to design rules and procedures from the ground up with the students Classroom meetings are very useful in the design and maintenance of rules and procedures
This helps create student ownership of the classroom environment, and develops a climate of mutual respect. Review is necessary when students seem to be systematically violating or ignoring a rule or procedure Action Step 3: Interact with Students About Classroom Rules and Procedures Action Step 5: Use Classroom Meetings Action Step 4: Periodically Review Rules and Procedures, Making Changes as Necessary General Classroom Behaviour
Beginning and Ending of the School Day
Transitions and Interruptions
Use of Materials and Equipment
Group Work
Seatwork and Teacher-Led Activities Need to explain and discuss the reason, logic, and purpose for rules and procedures Ideas:
Weekly meetings
Student suggestion box
Appreciation Time
Problem Solving/Conflict Resolution
Goal setting Rules and Procedures might also need to be added, changed or
dropped as students
acquire trust or
situations change
(time issues, change
in activities, etc.) JUST FOR FUN
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