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Friendship Prep at Calverton's Behavior Management Cycle

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Domari Dickinson

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Transcript of Friendship Prep at Calverton's Behavior Management Cycle

Friendship Preparatory at Calverton's
Behavior Management Cycle

Objectives
Teachers will be able to identify the 3 steps of the Behavior Management Cycle and define the first 2 steps

Teachers will walk away with at least 2 specific strategies that they can implement in their classrooms

Step 1 - Explicit Directions
Specific

Concrete

Sequential

Observable
Step 2 - Narration
Always
remain positive
Allow
plausible anonymity
Immediately
follows directions
Avoid
over-narration
3-2-1 Wrap-Up
Three steps of the Behavior Management Cycle

Two strategies that you will use in your classroom

One lingering question
Where are We?
3 - extremely familiar
2 - somewhat familiar
1 - not familiar at all
Rate Yourself
Specific:
what a student should do

Concrete:
how a student should do it

Sequential:
broken down into simple steps

Observable:
easy to check for compliance
Explicit Directions
M
ovement

V
oice

P
articipation
Incompetence:
scholar doesn't understand what he should be doing

Opportunistic:
scholar is exploiting a grey area

Defiance:
scholar is trying to demonstrate that you can't control her
3 Types of Off-Task Behavior
Revising Insufficient Directions
For each scenario, identify whether the directions are
specific, concrete, sequential or observable (circle those that apply) and then re-write the directions so that they include all components that they are missing.
Role Play
Write out narrations for the explicit directions that you created for Step 1
Let's Narrate!
Keep it Positive!
Let's rewrite the following narrations in a positive manner
Props
Classroom shout outs

Build a culture of support and group praise

Don't require teachers to lose instructional time
Attention Getting Signal
Rhythm
Countdown
Zero Noise Signal
Call and Response
Explicit Directions
Check For Understanding
Give a Cue to Start
Role Play
Attention Getting Signal
Age appropriate
Not too long
Something you can do from anywhere in the room
Let's Practice
The Joy Factor
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