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Behavior Management/Classroom Management Strategies

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Transcript of Behavior Management/Classroom Management Strategies

Behavior Management Strategies
For the Argumentative Student:
If possible, do not confront the student in front of the class. Take the student aside to discuss specific behavior.

Allow yourself time to calm down before addressing the situation.

Give the student a chance to explain their side of the story.
Behavioral Management Strategies
For the student who is lacking motivation:
Assure the student's physical needs are being met.

Create goals that are challenging, yet attainable.

Take the student's interests into account while creating lesson plans.
Behavior Management Strategies
For the Attention-Seeking Student:
Provide the student with a position of responsibility.

Specifically praise the student for successfully completing tasks.

Create classroom guidelines for the student to follow on a daily basis.
High-Risk Behaviors shown in High School Students
Fights between students
Substances brought into the school
Excessive bullying
Defiant behaviors
Emotional dysregulation
Excessive absences and tardiness
Students falling below grade level
Behavior Management/Classroom Management Strategies
Classroom Guideline Example
Behavioral Management Strategies
For the student who is lacking respect:

Model what mutual respect looks like.

Stay professional & avoid idle, sarcastic comments.

Listen - Don't assume the student will create an excuse.
Behavior Management Strategies
For the Hyperactive/Distracted Student:
Create an environment conducive to learning by eliminating potential distractions.

Incorporate movement through role plays or art.

Incorporate a student's interests throughout lesson plans.
Classroom Management & Counseling Services
The counselors are here for you! We will...
Help prevent problem behaviors through guidance lessons, individual and group counseling.
Assist all staff members throughout a problem situation.
Process through behavioral situations with students afterward a problematic situation occurs.
Implement new strategies or interventions to further assist all staff members and students.
Other Classroom Strategies
Create classroom guidelines for students to follow on a daily basis.

Explain and post the student's daily agenda.

Create collective student boundaries, while maintaining individual student relationships.

Be consistent!
What Guides School Counselors
Solution-Focused theoretical background.
Individual student characteristics: Every student has a valuable set of skills that need to be utilized, appreciated and praised.
We will assist all staff members in creating an environment that spurs success for all students.
Behavioral Management/
Classroom Management Strategies
Behavioral Management skills are essential within an educational classroom. In order for staff members to teach students, they must decrease distractions and increase student engagement.

Positive classroom management skills can help mitigate interruptions and further involve the student body.
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