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Positive Learning Environments: Assessment Two
Transcript of Positive Learning Environments: Assessment Two
Anthony Vassallo, Daniella Karim & Daniel Babaic
SCENE ONE: Pre-production
SCENE TWO: Performance
SCENE Three: Post-production
Teaching is like the theatre; teachers are the actors, classrooms are the stage, lesson plans are the script and students are the audience. This presentation will look at different techniques, models and theories that are used to manage student behaviour, and will be divided into the three phases of production: pre-production, performance, and post- production. So let the show begin.
• Prevention rather than cure.
• Law of requisite variety:
• 1st principle: creating a positive learning environment
• 2nd principle: engage your students
• Collaborative/shared leadership style:
• Negatives (Barnes & Toska, 2012)
• ‘Withitness’ (Kounin, 1970)
• BEPROACTIVE! (Mitchem, 2005)
• ABC -Antecedent, Behaviour, Consequences
(Lyons, Ford & Arthur-Kelly, 2011)
• Pace and predictability (Good & Brophy, 1994)
• Personal teaching model for managing behaviour.
(Charles & Senter, 2011) "A whole school approach"
Scene Four: Policy Analysis
My Journey - Daniella...
Teachers establish a connection with students by showing understanding
Dreikur's 'Mistaken Goals': all misbehaviour reflects children's decision about how they can most effectively belong to, or be recognised by the group.
Doctor John W. Maag: “independant group-oriented contingency recognises the positive output of a single student of group of students to reinforce the entire class
What could go wrong?
What went well?
Student-Teacher struggle for power
Negative behaviour can influence a student to misbehave in class.
Student's social-emotional well-being is at stake in the classroom.
I''ve learnt behaviour management and student wellbeing is not....
I've learnt that behaviour management and student wellbeing is...
Promotes peer pressure, and sets expectations. If expectations cannot be met, student might show a negative attitude
The teacher is warm and welcoming, this creates a welcoming environment, and can assist in building in rapport.
Uses punishment and negative consequences to enforce limits.
This system of behaviour management is easy to implement.