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Transcript of PBS 11/14/12
Pre-Corrects PBS The Value of Active Supervision Active Supervision How to Actively Supervise Adults are given
pre-corrects Allows for the provision of immediate learning assistance to students.
Increases student engagement.
Reduces inappropriate behavior; increases appropriate.
Provides knowledge on whether students are using expectations.
Allows for frequent use of encouragement.
Allows for timely correction of behavioral errors.
Builds positive adult-student relationships. Moving
Interacting Moving Scanning Interacting When supervising work or activities, circulate among students.
Proximity with students.
Random or unpredictable.
Include moving close to noncompliant students and possible targeted problem areas.
Demonstrate interest in students, assist with learning tasks, provide feedback–both positive and corrective.
Periodically move and supervise when providing individual or small group instruction. Frequently and intentionally look around at students:
Looking students in the eye.
Visually sweep all areas of the room as well as look directly at students nearest you.
If working with individual, position self so as to scan the entire room or get up and scan occasionally. While moving and scanning you should also frequently interact with students:
Communicates care, trust, and respect, and helps build relationships.
Creates positive climate and increases likelihood of accepting correction if needed.
Teacher behavior remains the same when teaching, encouraging or addressing problem behavior.
Include: proximity, listening, eye contact, smiles, pleasant voice tone, touch, and use of student’s name. Pre-Correction Examples
•“Before we line up, remember walk in a straight line, quiet voices with hands to self”
•“Before we break into group work, if you need help -- remember you can ask a peer in your work group quietly for help, and if they don’t know the answer, go on to the next problem, and you can ask me at the break.”
•As students enter the classroom, the teacher prompts them to pick up their folders, go straight to their desk, and to get started quietly on the warm-up activity on the board.
• A systematic way of anticipating and addressing inappropriate social or academic behaviors (Kauffman, Mostert, Trent, & Pullen, 2006)
• The provision of prompts for desired behavior in certain circumstances that are determined to be antecedents for problem behavior (DePry & Sugai, 2002) Pre-Correction Defined http://www.wingclips.com/movie-clips/despicable-me/ground-rules