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Transcript of The School
Achieving Effective Classroom Management
Presenter: Jacqueline Chambers
February 17, 2017
For teachers to learn basic concepts of CHAMPS Classroom Management and walk away with practical tools to implement in the classroom immediately.
A PROACTIVE AND POSITIVE APPROACH TO CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
20,000 TEACHER TRAINING WORKSHOPS ANNUALLY
WHAT IS C.H.A.M.P.S.
DESIGNED TO HELP DEVELOP OR FINE TUNE AN EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN THAT IS PROACTIVE, POSITIVE AND INSTRUCTIONAL
THE CHAMPS ACRONYM DOESN'T HAVE A MEANING BUT.....
THE CHAMPS APPROACH IS BASED ON STOIC PRINCIPLES AND BELIEFS.
C - CONVERSATION
CAN STUDENTS TALK TO EACH OTHER?
A - ACTIVITY
M - MOVEMENT
P - PARTICIPATION
HOW DO STUDENTS GET THEIR QUESTIONS ANSWERED?
WHAT IS THE TAKS OR OBJECTIVE?
CAN STUDENTS MOVE ABOUT?
WHAT DOES THE EXPECTED STUDENT BEHAVIOR LOOK AND SOUND LIKE?
IF STUDENTS FOLLOW CHAMPS
EXPECTATIONS, THEY WILL BE SUCCESSFUL
3-STEP PROCESS OF CHAMPS
1. TEACH EXPECTATIONS
2. OBSERVE STUDENT BEHAVIOR DURING ACTIVITIES AND TRANSITIONS
3. GIVE STUDENTS FEEDBACK ABOUT THEIR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EXPECTATIONS
MY OBSERVATIONS ABOUT CHAMPS
Most effective when used it school wide
It sets the tone and gives clear expectations for each activity
No matter where students are in the school, they would be familiar with CHAMPS.
“Be aware of differences. Be respectful of the differences. Then teach your students how to behave successfully in your classroom, and you will demonstrate cultural competence. Teaching students to transition from their home culture to their school culture requires the same skillful classroom management we need to afford to all students”
(TIME FOR SOME FUN)
VOICE LEVEL METER
0 = No Talking
1 = Whisper (Library voice)
2 = Conversational (talking to a friend)
3 = Presentational (talking to large group/class)
4 = Outdoor
Key to any effective classroom management plan:
PLEASE FILL OUT A FACILITATOR FEEDBACK FORM AND PLACE IT IN THE BASKET NEAR THE DOOR
Read Article: Cultural Competencies by Keba Baldwin and Amalio Nieves