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Classroom Management

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Bev Bricker

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Transcript of Classroom Management

Self-Awareness
Self-Management
Social Awareness
Relationship Skills
Responsible Decision Making
Classroom Management
Using the 4 Cs to Engage Students
Collaboration
Critical Thinking
Creativity
Communication
What does managing a classroom mean to you?
Think of 4 four words that describe how you FEEL at this moment in time.

Draw into a circle - have students take each section (1/4) and turn it into a paragraph.
Make a list of things you do to get to know your students and then communicate with them.




So much to think about:
1. the importance of physical and social interactions in brain research,
2. physical engagement/movement
3. safe environments
4. pairing - student aspect of classroom activities.
Focus on Leaner Centered Classrooms - the teacher models, pairs/groups/alone, teacher provides feedback, students have choices, self-reflection.
Have a come Back Protocol explain and model this.
Benefits of Cooperative Learning:
learners actively participate;
teachers become learners at times, and learners sometimes teach;
respect is given to every member;
projects and questions interest and challenge students;
diversity is celebrated, and all contributions are valued;
students learn skills for resolving conflicts when they arise;
members draw upon their past experience and knowledge;
goals are clearly identified and used as a guide;
research tools such as Internet access are made available;
students are invested in their own learning.
In order to create an environment in which collaborative & cooperative learning can take place, three things are necessary.
1. Students need to feel safe, but also challenged.
2. Groups need to be small enough that everyone can contribute.
3. The task students work together on must be clearly defined.

How Do You Feel Right Now?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Introduce yourself by saying:
Hi! __________My name is ________
This will require different methods of assessment.
CRITICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING

Reason Effectively
Use Systems Thinking
Make Judgments and Decisions
Solve Problems
Reason Effectively
Make Judgment and Decisions
Use Systems Thinking
Solve Problems
Cooperating means working with someone in the sense of enabling: making them more able to do something.

Collaborating means actually working alongside someone (from Latin laborare: to work) to achieve something.

So in terms of helping achieve something, the ordering is something like:


active obstruction
then passive indifference
then cooperation
then collaboration
http://www.edutopia.org/keys-social-emotional-learning-video
Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
Ethos

Pathos

Logos
Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing
in the 21st Century
Developing Relationships
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/precalculus/seq_induction/deductive-and-inductive-reasoning/v/deductive-reasoning-1
http://quizlet.com/55294938/flashcards
THE J-FACTOR
PRECISE PRAISE
POSITIVE FRAMING
WARM/STRICT
EXPLAIN EVERYTHING
NORMALIZE ERROR
BREAK IT DOWN
DOUBLE PLAN
STRETCH IT
DRAW THE MAP
CALL AND RESPONSE
PROPS
AT BATS
THE HOOK
SEAT SIGNALS
TAKE A STAND
RATIO
NO OPT OUT
RIGHT IS RIGHT
FORMAT MATTERS
EVERYBODY WRITES
Thank you !!
Bev Bricker
bbricker@rcoe.us
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