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How to Manage

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Bernie Butcher

on 13 December 2013

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Organization
Organization is the key to a successful art room. You need to be able to find the right tools to complete projects. There needs to be adequate space for students, work area, and storage for projects that are not complete.
Differentiated
Instruction
How to Manage
an Art Classroom
There are many types of learning styles
and types in the classroom. The teacher
will need to be flexible in teaching
strategies and provide
effective instruction.
My Questionnaire
I created these questions to better understand
how to manage the classroom. I wanted to learn
how to implement different strategies while being
able to provide quality core instruction. I also wanted to see how art teachers and special education teachers
use supplemental interventions for all types of learners
in the classroom. I also wanted to learn how they
use rubrics as an assessment tool and how to put
common core standards to the art lessons.
My Data
What techniques or strategies do you
use to manage the classroom?
Love and Logic
Non-Reactive
Genuine empathy followed by consequences
Connect and redirect
ROPES – Review, Overview, Presentation, Evaluation and Summary
KUD – Know, Understand, and Do
Logical and/or delayed consequences
Clear expectations
Interventions
Empathetic responses
Building positive relationships

What type of assessments do you find most
helpful to determine at-risk students?
Self-Assessment
TAT team
SPED team
Classroom observations
Student/parent input
Formal behavior rating scales
Do you use different types of technology in the classroom and
curriculum? And if so, what types of technology.
Laptops
Internet
Projector
Power Point
Email
Computer software
Digital Cameras
You Tube
Elmo
Audio online textbooks
Scientific calculators
Smartboard
Moodle software
Infinite Campus program
Parent portal
Do you use supplemental
intervention in the classroom?
Yes, depending on the needs
of the individual student.
Reading assistance
Note-taking
On-the-spot modifications
1-1 assistance
Small group instruction
How do you connect curriculum to
common core standards?
Math
Reading
Writing
Speaking
Listening
Critical Thinking
Critique
Problem-solve
Composition
Art techniques and terminology
Assist the classroom teacher with their curriculum
How do you create your rubrics for assignments?
General rubric tailored to assignment
Includes self-evaluation
Assignment details
Objectives
Requirements
Total points equal 100
Comments
Follow classroom teachers rubric
Assist classroom teacher in designing the rubric
My Conclusion
I have learned how to implement common core standards to the lesson plans, incorporate assessments, how to ensure effective classroom instruction, and how to meet the needs of different learning styles. In order to get students engaged you will need to allow them choices, connect lessons to their interests, set high expectations, provide critical thinking and problem solving activities. I will be able to be a more effective teacher and show compassion to all students. I will provide respect for my students and encourage my students to be the best they can be. I will work with special education teachers, as well as other staff, to collaborate strategies to have every student be academically successful. I will keep communication open for my students, parents, and staff, and provide a positive environment in the classroom. Ms. Manley mentioned using ROPES for some of her strategies in the classroom which will be very helpful for me in the classroom to see how the students are understanding the lesson and if there needs to be other interventions. Ms. Fowlkes says, "Treating students like people, rather than nuisances is important." I agree that teachers need to show respect and have a positive relationship with all students. Students like to be acknowledged and heard, this is can be done with genuine empathy and understanding.
My Interview Questions

1. What techniques or strategies do you use to manage the classroom?
2. What type of assessments do you find most helpful to determine at risk students?
3. Do you use different types of technology in the classroom and curriculum?
And if so, what types of technology.
4. Do you use supplemental intervention in the classroom?
5. How do you connect curriculum to common core standards?
6. How do you create your rubrics for assignments?
1. Name:
Ann Wince-Lyon and Shannon Heilman-Gusso
School: Spearfish High School
Grade level: 9-12
Subject you teach: Special Education
Contact Information: alyon@spearfish.k12.sd.us; sheilman@spearfish.k12.sd.us

2. Name:
Elise Pfefferle Fowlkes

School: Spearfish High School
Grade level: 9-12
Subject you teach: Visual Arts (Photography, Introduction to Art, Pottery, Sculpture)
Contact Information: efowlkes@spearfish.sd.us (605) 717-1212
My Interviewees
3. Name:
Paula Manley
School: Sturgis Brown High School
Grade level: 9-12
Subject you teach: Art
Contact Information: Sturgis Brown High School

4. Name:
Shelbi Bulat
School: Sturgis Brown High School
Grade level: 10-12
Subject you teach: Math
Contact Information: shelbi.bulat@k12.sd.us 307-347-2686
References
YouTube
http://www.loveandlogic.com/t-educators.aspx?gclid=CMffn6fknbsCFRSGfgoddzgAww
http://www.ehow.com/how_2054152_manage-classroom-group-work.html
http://www.doe.sd.gov/octe/commoncorestandards.aspx
Krauss, J., & Boss, S. (2013). Thinking through project-based learning: Guiding deeper inquiry. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.
Fisher, D. & Frey, N. (2010). Enhancing RTI: How to Ensure Success with Effective Classroom Instruction and Intervention. ASCD.
Teachers can use formative, formal, informal, data collection, curriculum-based, curriculum-based measurements, observations, rubrics, self-assessments, standardized tests, and summative assessments to ensure each student will be successful.
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