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Iterative Case Study
Transcript of Iterative Case Study
I can't stop thinking about a problem I'm having in class with a group of 12-year-old boys. www.cityofclark.com/images/elementary_school_playground.jpg www.broward.k12.fl.us/evergladeshigh/images/Campus/EHSfascade.jpg http://marlboro-dcf.pbworks.com/f/1207409403/Middle%20School.jpg They consistently use vulgar language toward one another and some of the shy kids in the class, especially the girls. In addition, they are always
pushing and shoving each other. I've tried talking to them about why they keep using
bad language when they know it's inappropriate. The
response I get is that "it makes me look cool and
funny in front of my friends." I have asked them to
please use more appropriate language in the classroom
but that has not worked. I haven't even started to
deal with the pushing and shoving. What should I do? First Analyses
March 6,2010 Review class rules and consequences. Separate them/seat change. Enforce consequences. Reinforce positive behavior. Model expectations/desired behavior in class. Talk with each student and have them sign a behavior process sheet that states they will stop the inappropriate behavior. Collect data to track the occurance of events.
The data will be used to help determine if
there is a pattern or trigger. Contact parents. Second Analyses March 20, 2010 Conference with other teachers to see if
the same type of behavior is occuring in
other classes. Yes: Are the students basics needs being met at home?
Group remediation with parents, students and teachers.
No:Re-evaluation of behavior behavior management plan. Third Analyses April 10, 2010 Refer to guidance for bullying intervention. Know your students and have a social insight of
what is going on in their culture. Try to build
relationship. If necessary, talk to group of boys
after individual discussions.