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Classroom Management Using PBIS

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Jessica Whatley

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Transcript of Classroom Management Using PBIS

Intermediate
Beginners
Strategies: Share and Compare
Advanced
Examples
Holli Shipman, T.G. Scott Elementary School
Jessica Whatley, Monroe County Middle School
"Beginners Special"
Teacher Actions:
-Reteach/Remodel/Readjust
- Student Concerns
-Seven things students want to
know on the first day.
• Am I in the right room?
• Where am I supposed to sit?
• Who is the teacher as a person?
• Will the teacher treat me as a human
being?
• What are the rules in this classroom?
• What will I be doing this year?
• How will I be graded?
Procedures
Explain: State, explain, model, and
demonstrate the procedure.
• Rehearse: Rehearse and practice the
procedure under your supervision.
• Reinforce. Reteach, rehearse, practice,
and reinforce the classroom procedure
until it becomes a student habit or routine.
Challenges to Management
PLATFORMS
Social
SOCIAL
MCMS
TGS
Classroom Management Using PBIS
This course will focus on ideas to help educators manage and facilitate learning
in either an elementary or secondary setting.

As the year progresses...
-Recognize and respond quickly to student agitation
-Redirect
-Clearly state the expected task
-Communicate Concern
-Present options
-Allow space- do not hover
-Assist student to begin work
-Attend to other students and prepare for the worst
-Acknowledge compliance or institute standard consequence in neutral manner
Behaviors that take the focus off learning safety in the school environment
Behaviors that defy implicit or explicit directions in a school or classroom
-Recognize conditions under which fights are likely and attempt to avoid
-Assign seats
-Space, options, preferred activities
-Teacher proximity-stay between as long as there are no physicality
-Independent activities
- Relaxation activities
-If altercation becomes verbal intervene verbally
-Provide specific and concrete directions
-Redirect - get attention off of altercation
-Separate as much as possible without placing hands on students
-If altercation becomes physical initiate crisis procedure
-Call office or send runner
-Provide clear, loud, and concrete directions to both students
-Clear other students away to keep safe
- Wait for assistance
Fighting & Aggressive Behavior
Q & A
Time

Harry Wong, First Days of School
- Importance of the first few days of school
-Greetings :)
- Seating
-The three most important student
behaviors that must be taught the first day
of school are these:
• 1. Discipline
• 2. Procedures
• 3. Routines
-Organization and Consistency
Schedules/Physical Arrangements
Proximity
-Explicit Instruction
Modeling, Verbal Prompts and Pre-Corrects

-Engage Students
(Opportunities to Respond OTRs)
Increase as much as possible

-Frequent and Consistent Feedback
Positive Feedback
Acknowledge Success
-Level 1 Verbal Praise
-Level 2 Public Acknowledgment
-Level 3 Access to

Sometimes, some behaviors present challenges to effective management.
Managing Escalating Behaviors
Look familiar ....
Question:
Do you think that PBIS rewards "BAD students"?

T-P-S (Sticky Note Discussion)
Disrespectful Behavior
Behaviors that purposefully defy the outlined rules.
Provocative Behavior
Behaviors that violate basic rules of decorum
-Profanity
-Vulgarity
-Inappropriate Actions
-Inappropriate Attire
Big Ideas for Dealing with Student Misbehaviors
-Teach specific desired behaviors prior to the problem

-Communicate consequences and have a bottom line

-Watch for predictors and redirect

-Provide clear choices/ Do not hover/ Allow the student to make a choice

-Have a classroom crisis plan and teach it to students
Disruptive Behavior
Non-Compliance and Defiance
-Teach and be clear on what the student should be doing
-Provide reminders-especially at times where non-compliance is predictable
-Have a standard consequence (or sequence) and teach it
-Acknowledge the students who are on task/complying
-Speak to student quietly rather than in front of entire group
-Provide a single specific direction
-Stay with the direction (broken record)
-Acknowledge student cooperation or follow through with consequence
-Continue to acknowledge other on-task

Behaviors that involve aggressive acts that are potentially dangerous student safety
- Acknowledge on-task students
-Indicate follow-up to the disrespectful student
-Do not overact
-Do not get angry or frustrated
-Do not allow disrespect to distract from lesson
-Continue with instruction
-If it continues assign a class task and talk to the student individually
-Do not allow student to get peer attention by confronting in front of class
-Teach what is and not acceptable
-Have a standard consequence and teach it
-Provide warning and correction first
-Speak privately to student
-Identify as a problem
-Ask the student to take care of the problem
-Present options and ask the student to select one
-Acknowledge cooperation
-Follow through with the bottom line consequence
Phases of Escalation
Negative Feedback is needed...
Big Ideas: Students need to know what they are doing wrong.
-Responding the negative behavior
-Immediate and consistent
-Try to keep with natural consequence
-Use the least amount necessary to get desired
behavior/pre-plan and teach
-correction and re-teaching
-Use only with reinforcement for replacement behavior
-Should defeat function of problem
Negative Consequences to Decrease Behavior
-Does this look like a negative
consequence?


-Consequences don't need to
be big to be effective
Correction
Feedback that behavior is inappropriate
- " is that the right way"?
- "is there a better way"?
- " are you being respectful - why not?"
Re-teach appropriate behavior
-"what is a better way"?
-"what would it look like if it was done better"?
-"what is a more respectful behavior"?
Re-teach appropriate behavior
-"Show me that --thanks-- remember to do that."
Target behaviors

Rocket Behavior

Rug Rules

NOTICE…

Tattling

Happy Rocks 

Group Norms- Set a goal

Pizza Pan Praise

ISS Friendly- For transitions

Links-Compliment

Happy Rocks 

Create a mini-break room in your classroom. A “BR” single may even be helpful.

Take a break 

This works at all ages levels.
Examples:
Stickers- Elementary
Passes (RR)- Middle or High

Sticker Cards

Great in a Math class of all ages….

-number cubes
-examples problems

Random number… 

Great for groups or tables….

Monkey Charts

Great for all ages, even us!
Watch for students that may be have an allergy.

Marshmallow Points

This can be used for tables, groups, or periods.

Group Jars

Gem Jar- Compliments

This could even work in middle and high school. Have the periods compete against each other.

Great for elementary school and this could be a middle school tool if the “team” decides to use it…

ISS Friendly

Mystery Walker

Ways to keep things organized

These can be used at any grade level.
It may be helpful to have older students brainstorm the coupon choices.

Coupons- FREE 

NOTICE…

Tattling

Target behaviors

Rocket Behavior

Clips- “Megan System”

Clean Up Time

These are tools to making classroom management fun and time effective

Making Management
Easier

Happy Rocks 

Happy Rocks 

Group Norms- Set a goal

Pizza Pan Praise

ISS Friendly- For transitions

Links-Compliment

Gem Jar- Compliments

This is a great take home!

Behavior Bracelets

Create a mini-break room in your classroom. A “BR” single may even be helpful.

Take a break 

This works at all ages levels.
Examples:
Stickers- Elementary
Passes (RR)- Middle or High

Sticker Cards

Great in a Math class of all ages….

-number cubes
-examples problems

Random number… 

Great for groups or tables….

Monkey Charts

Great for all ages, even us!
Watch for students that may be have an allergy.

Marshmallow Points

This can be used for tables, groups, or periods.

Group Jars

This can be used in class for graduated
rewards.
Examples:
#1) Extra 5 minutes on the warm-up
#2) Homework pass
#3) Class outside
ALL FREE!!!!

Class Reward Jar

This one is so cute! However, know the dietary needs of your kids.
(i.e. nuts, peanuts allergy,
soy and gluten). Parents
May also be willing to help. This idea could also be cupcakes, ice cream, or rice crispy treats.

Brownie Points 

This could be linked to the
“Clips” system or the in middle
and high school it could be used to
Organize small groups

Bravo Board

Great for elementary school and this could be a middle school tool if the “team” decides to use it…

ISS Friendly

Mystery Walker

ISS Friendly/ ipad

Just as this could be used in Reading, it could also be used in Math.
(i.e. Math facts
Practice, fraction drills, or integer reviews).

Gum Ball Machine…

ISS Friendly

This could even work in middle and high school. Have the periods compete against each other.

Boiling Point
Reward System

ISS friendly

This one could be used for an individual student. This student has a folder with pictures.

A Visual Schedule

Ways to keep things organized

These can be used at any grade level.
It may be helpful to have older students brainstorm the coupon choices.

Coupons- FREE 

Discussion about Procedures
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