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Becoming a CHAMPS School

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Andrew Alvesteffer

on 17 May 2011

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CHAMPS is designed to help teachers structure their classrooms to prompt responsible student behavior and to teach students how to behave positively. CHAMPS What is Champs ? CHAMPS is an evidenced based approach to classroom management! By using effective
management practices,
teachers can help students
feel and behave like a champion C=Conversation Can students talk to each other during this
activity/transition? How can students get questions answered during this activity/transition? H=Help What is the task/objective
of this activity/transition? A=Activity How can students get questions answered during this activity/transition? M=Movement Can students move about during this activity/transition? If so, for what reasons? P=Participation What does active and responsible
participation for this activity look
and sound like? S=Success If a student meets the CHAMPS expectations,
he or she will be successful The CHAMPS approach is
based on 5 principles S Structure your classroom
for successs T Teach behavioral expectations
to students O Observe and supervise I Interact positively with
students C Correct fluently STRUCTURE your classroom for success The way a classroom is structured
greatly influences student behavior,
their level of motivation, and their
attitude toward school. Develop a Clear Vision
for Your Class When you know where you are headed,
you can guide students to their own
successes. Having a vision requires 7 tasks!
1. Understand How to Shape Behavior
2. Understand Motivation
3. Identify Long-Range Classroom Goals
4. Develop Guidelines for Success
5. Maintain Positive Expectations
6. Implement Effective Instructional Practices
7. Initiate and Maintain Family Contacts Maintain Organization When you have well organized routines and procedures for your classroom, you model and prompt organized behavior from your students. Organization requires 6 tasks!
1. Arrange an Efficient Daily Schedule
2. Create a Positive Physical Space
3. Use an Attention Signal
4. Design Effective Beginning and
Ending Routines.
5. Manage Student Assignments
6. Manage Independent Work Periods Have a Management Plan Prepare a Classroom Management and Discipline Plan
that summarizes the important information, policies,
and procedures you will use to motivate students and
addresses student misbehavior. A Management Plan requires 5 tasks!
1. Determine the level of Classroom
2. Develop and Display Classroom Rules
3. Correct Rule Violations During the
First Week of School
4. Establish Corrective Consequences
for Rule Violations
5. Know When (and When Not) to Use
Disciplinary Referral TEACH expections Directly teach students how to behave successfully in your classroom. Generate Clear Expectations When your expectations are clear, students never have to guess how you expect them to behave. Expectations have 3 tasks!
1. Clarify CHAMPS Expectations
for Instructional Activities
2. Clarify CHAMPS Expectations
for Transitions
3. Prepare lessons to Communicate
Your Expectations Launch Your Management Plan in the First Month of School When you teach students how to behave responsibly during the first month of school, you dramatically increase their chances of having a productive year. There are 5 tasks to launch your plan!
1. Summarize Your Classroom Management and Discipline Plan
2. Make Final Preparations for Day One
3. Implement Your Plan on Day One
4. Implement Your Plan on Days 2 Through 20 (First 4 weeks)
5. Prepare Your Students for Special Circumstances OBSERVE Student Behavior Observe Effectively by learning how to circulate
and scan, how to make judgements about when
and how to provide positive interactions and
praise, and when to correct student misbehavior. Use Data to Monitor and
Adjust Your Management Plan When you collect data, you are able to make adjustments
to your Classroom Management and Discipline Plan. Observing Effectively requires 2 tasks!
1. Circulate When Possible, and Scan All
Sections of the Classroom Continuosly
2. Use Data to Monitor Your Classroom
Management and Discipline Plan INTERACT Positively Use attention and praise as a tool
to increase motivation and avoid using
attention unintentionally to reinforce
negative behavior. Increase Student Motivation When you build positive relationships and
provide frequent positive feedback, you
motivate students to demostrate their best
behavior. Focus on 4 tasks!
1. Build Positive Relationships With Students
2. Provide Positive Feedback
3. Provide Intermittent Celebrations
4. Strive to Provide a High Ratio of Positive Interactions Consider Implementing a Classroom
Motivation System Classwide systems can increase
students' motivation to behave
responsibly and strive towards
goals. Just one simple task!
Effectively Employ a Classwide
System or Systems to Increase
Motivated and Responsible Student
Behavior CORRECT fluently Learn how to correct student misbehavior
in a way that reduces the probability that
the misbehavior will occur in the future. Correcting Severe and Chronic Misbehavior When you treat student misbehavior
as an instructional opportunity, you give
students the chance to learn from their
mistakes. There are 3 simple tasks!
1. Analyze and Adjust the
Implmentation of Your
Basic Management Plan
2. Analyze and Adjust the
Strategies You Are Using
to Build a Positive Relationship
with the Student.
3. Analyze the Misbehavior and
Develop a Function-Based
Intervention Why CHAMPS? CHAMPS is a Positive Behavior Support approach to discipline.
It easily adaptable with the RtI framework to encourage academic
success by focusing on behavior management. It is also research
based and has one absolute rule: Students should be treated with
dignity and respect. Using a Behavior Managment Plan At Holmes Elementary School
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