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Classroom Management

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Transcript of Classroom Management

Routines & Procedures
10 Tips for
Building Relationships
-truly get to know your students
-let them get to know you
-create a safe, comfortable environment
-set clear expectations
-raise the bar
-be consistent
-communicate clearly (with parents and kids)
-create moments (with them and for them)
-believe in your students (and their dreams)
-listen

Team Time
Do you want to be
Classroom Management 101
"The key to getting students
to work hard and show respect
is to develop relationships with them...
Above all, you have to show the students you care, and when you do that, the rest of the process is so much easier."

Ron Clark, The End of Molasses Classes
Reflection
modeling/practicing
morning, lunch, dismissal
transitions
behavior expectations for room, hall, cafeteria, bathroom, bus
signals
New Teacher Academy
2015-2016

Jen Gates
Think about your favorite teachers...
Which class was a bigger challenge?
REAT?
“Every student in your class
in those first few days of the semester is
evaluating whether or not your room is
an emotionally and psychologically safe environment.

They’re wondering if it is
worth their time and effort to give school a real shot.
After all,
it’s easier to not give your best and then
blame failure on a lack of effort, than to be forced to realize
you really don’t have what it takes.
At least you can save face with your peers when you fail
if you don’t try in the first place.”

-Dave Burgess, Teach Like a Pirate
http://www.amazon.com/Teach-Like-Pirate-Engagement-Creativity/dp/0988217600
http://www.amazon.com/The-End-Molasses-Classes-Extraordinary/dp/1451639740
E
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xcellence
reativity
ourage
onor
ptimism
Rules of Engagement
student choice
real world
unique
the elephant in the room
get into character
have someone stop by
tell a story
movie trailers
make it a game
sort it
art and photography
build basic background

collaborate with other grades
bring food
play with play-doh
make a movie
make special moments
add a little music
get outside
change up the room
MOVE!
reader's theater
make it a mystery/keep a secret
STEM, PBL, IPA
link pop culture
social media
contests and challenges
have a tea party
technology
flip your classroom
YOU need to bring it!
props/artifacts
How do I do it all?
design
preparation
delivery
Discipline/Behavior
Stations
positive and negative
be explicit
be consistent
be calm
accommodations
Expectations
keep simple
keep positive
give explanations
Why?
incorporate procedures
flexibility
Parents
positive contact
even out positive/negative
calling VS emailing
gentle yet firm; consistent
cell & social media
SPED
4E
"Do you want to be safe and good,
or do you want to take a chance and be great?"
-Jimmy Johnson
Transitions
be inspirational
make a difference
https://www.flickr.com/photos/jim-ar/776780244
https://www.teenlife.com/blogs/articles/changing-toilet-paper-roll-and-other-life-lessons
model and practice
give heads up
set a timer
play music or give incentive
student materials
YOU must be prepared
Kids who finish early?
Your turn!
Great Teachers:
build strong relationships
engage their students
create clear classroom structure
set high expectations
Top 10 Teacher Qualities
(identified by students)
Listens
Helpful
Explains & re-explains/uses different methods
Fun/Uses a sense of humour
Fair/Respectful/Flexible
Happy
Engaging
Good Behaviour Management
Knows their students
Challenges
Caring/Understanding
Allows Opinion/Involvement

Common theme?
http://rhonimcfarlane.com/2012/11/15/do-i-have-to-be-a-clown/
https://www.etsy.com/listing/159798522/teen-room-decor-classroom-decor
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