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Classroom management and classdojo

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Becky Hill

on 10 November 2012

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Transcript of Classroom management and classdojo

Becky Hill
Alliance Middle School Classroom Management
for the 21st Century
Educator & Student Plan Key Points to Classroom Management But what about that one kid.....? Token Economies 1. Set strong expectations
2. 3-5 rules have them posted
3. Incentives
4. Classroom organization

The First Days of School-Harry wong 1. Have rules and expectations
2. Incentives (token economies)
4. Location, location, location
5. Know your students
6. Parental Involvement What are they?

Classroom Management
for the 21st Century
Educator & Student Soar to Success In order to be successful we must first know the goal:

To create a safe, fun, and encouraging educational environment where students can learn. Rules & Expectations
-Have them posted
-State from the first day
-Practice, Practice, Practice

Questions to think about:
1. How will I get their attention
2. What do I want students to do on a daily basis?
3. What will I not tolerate?
4. What policies does the school have in place?
5. How should students behave when...
we watch a video
they are working independently
they are working in groups
6. What will students do when they enter the room
7. How will I collect assignments?
8. How will papers be passed out?
9. How will students get directions?

1. Proximity
2. Appropriate touch
3. Cool down location
4. Seclusion
5. Punch cards
6. Token Economy strategies
7. Talk with students privately
*Ask students, "are you okay?"
What if a student doesn't follow the rules? The way a classroom shouldn't look:

Do they work?

Yes, yes yes! A token economy is a form of behavior modification designed to increase desirable behavior and decrease undesirable behavior with the use of tokens. Individuals receive tokens immediately after displaying desirable behavior. The tokens are collected and later exchanged for a meaningful object or privilege.
ollaboration Classdojo.com hillre@alliancecityschools.org
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