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Building a Culture of Achievement: Classroom Management. Presented by: Andrea Aldrich, Dan Chisholm, Traci Cormier, Ashley Hamilton, and Chris Matheson. Our Agenda. Goals Takeaways Self Management 1 st Grade Perspective—Mrs. Hart 4 th Grade Perspective—Mr. Chisholm

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Building a Culture of Achievement: Classroom Management

Presented by: Andrea Aldrich, Dan Chisholm, Traci Cormier, Ashley Hamilton, and Chris Matheson

Our Agenda

  • Goals

  • Takeaways

  • Self Management

  • 1st Grade Perspective—Mrs. Hart

  • 4th Grade Perspective—Mr. Chisholm

  • IAF Student—Miss Ashley Hamilton

  • IAF Director—Ms. Traci Cormier

  • Conclusion and Questions

Goals for today
Goals for today

  • Create a sense of team

  • Learn from one another

  • Add to your toolbox

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”


Key takeaways
Key Takeaways

  • Manage yourself, manage your classroom

  • Redirect with respect

  • Effective classroom management is a choice

  • Learn outside the box

  • Relationships are everything

“The great end of education is to discipline rather than to furnish the mind; to train it to the use of its own powers, rather than fill it with the accumulation of others.”

---Tyron Edwards

Self management

  • Lesson Plans

  • Procedures

  • Classroom

  • Manage Yourself

“The first and best victory is to conquer self.”


Self management lesson plans
Self-Management: Lesson Plans

  • Two weeks ahead of the class

  • Engaging and entertaining

  • Differentiated

  • “If he is not excited to teach it, how am I supposed to be excited to learn it?”—IAF Student

“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.”

---Ralph Waldo Emerson

Self management procedures
Self-Management: Procedures

  • Have a plan for everything

  • Teach

  • Practice

  • Communicate

  • Perform periodic post-mortems

“It takes tremendous discipline to control the influence, the power you have over other people’s lives.”

--Clint Eastwood

Self management classroom
Self-Management: Classroom

  • Everything on purpose

  • Classroom procedures

  • Supply bucket/area

  • Reflection corner/area

“Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them become what they are capable of becoming.”


Self management manage yourself
Self-Management: Manage Yourself

  • Your triggers

  • Your expectations

  • Your consistency

“Very often we are our own worst enemy as we foolishly build stumbling blocks on the path that leads to success and happiness.”

---Louis Binstock

1 st grade perspective mrs andrea hart
1st Grade Perspective: Mrs. Andrea Hart

  • Bell work

  • Policies and procedures

  • Attention getters

  • Creating a sense of urgency

  • Priorities

“A teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering on cold iron.”

---Horace Mann

4 th grade perspective mr dan chisholm
4th Grade Perspective: Mr. Dan Chisholm

  • The importance of relationships

  • Communication

  • Work the room

  • Management as a learned set of behaviors

“They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.”

---Carol Buchner

A student s point of view miss ashley hamilton
A Student’s Point of View: Miss Ashley Hamilton

  • Kindergarten

  • 5th Grade

  • High School

“The young do not know enough to be prudent, and therefore they attempt the impossible—and achieve it generation after generation.”

---Pearl S. Buck

A Director’s Perspective: Ms. Traci Cormier

  • The first year at IAF

  • Characteristics of a good classroom manager

Conclusion and questions
Conclusion and Questions

  • Key takeaways

  • Your shared vision for AIA

  • Follow the process

“The secret of success is constancy of purpose.”

---Benjamin Disraeli