Designing Effective Classrooms. Cynthia M. Anderson University of Oregon. Overview. Universal classroom interventions Classroom rules Acknowledgement system Responding to problem behavior SWPBS and Classroom Systems. Universal Supports. Foundations Expectations and rules.
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Designing Effective Classrooms
Cynthia M. Anderson
University of Oregon
Orient to teacher, be quiet
Explain rule, demonstrate
Explain rule, students demonstrate examples and non-examples
Walk to door, wait for teacher to begin walk
Alarm rings, teacher raises hand
Steps for Effective Transitions
Practices without the…
Requires a plan developed
BEFORE the problem occurs for
Major, minor, and repeated
Cynthia M. Anderson, PhD