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Developing Standards for Classroom Behavior. ACED 4800 Student Teaching Seminar. Topics. Introduction Developing Classroom Behavior Standards/Rules Classroom Procedures Outline for Beginning the School Year Classroom Management Skills that Help Maximize On-Task Behavior Conclusion.

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Developing standards for classroom behavior

Developing Standards for Classroom Behavior

ACED 4800

Student Teaching Seminar


Topics
Topics

  • Introduction

  • Developing Classroom Behavior Standards/Rules

  • Classroom Procedures

  • Outline for Beginning the School Year

  • Classroom Management Skills that Help Maximize On-Task Behavior

  • Conclusion


Introduction
Introduction

  • Standards of behavior should ensure a safe supportive learning environment.

  • Research supports the fact that teachers who work with students to develop clear guidelines

    • Have higher rates of on-task behavior

    • Have higher student achievement gains

    • Have less bullying and harassment


Developing classroom behavior standards rules

Discuss the value of rules

Develop a list

Get a commitment

Monitor and review classroom rules

Developing Classroom Behavior Standards/Rules


Classroom procedures
Classroom Procedures

  • Five key areas to prepare for:

    • Beginning the class

    • Whole-class activities

    • Procedures for evaluation/academic accountability

    • Interruptions, such as fire drills

    • Ending the class


Outline for beginning the school year
Outline for Beginning the School Year

  • Planning (before school starts)

    • Use of space (readying the classroom)

    • Rules for general behavior

    • Rules and procedures for specific areas

    • Consequences /incentives for appropriate/inappropriate behavior

    • Activities for the first day of school

An outline that guides you through the classroom management process can be very beneficial. The following elements should be considered.


Outline continued
Outline (Continued)

  • Presenting Rules, Procedures, and Expectations (beginning of school)

    • Teaching rules and procedures

    • Teaching academic content

    • Communicating concepts and directions clearly


Outline continued1
Outline (Continued)

  • Maintaining the System (throughout the year)

    • Monitor for behavior and academic compliance

    • Acknowledge appropriate behavior

    • Stop inappropriate behavior

    • Consistently use consequences/incentives

    • Adjust instruction for individual students/groups

    • Keep students accountable for work

    • Cope with special problems


Classroom management skills that help maximize on task behavior

Give clear instructions

Begin the lesson

Maintain attention

Pace

Use seatwork effectively

Summarize the lesson

Provide useful feedback and evaluate

Make smooth transitions

Classroom Management Skills that Help Maximize On-Task Behavior


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • One way to determine if a method will be fair, fun, and effective is to put yourself in the student’s place while you are planning the activity.

  • Always think back over your day and determine those things that went well and those things that did not. Make written notes in lesson plans and textbooks to remind yourself the next time.

  • Don’t be afraid to repeat a lesson or speed up if you feel the need to.


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