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Classroom Meetings CRETE Day 1 Training PSD Teachers Tricia S. Jones, Ph.D., Dept. of Psychological Studies in Education e-mail: tsjones@temple.edu. Critical Tools for Constructive Classrooms. Class Meetings Morning meeting (K-8) (Responsive Classroom) Other forms (7-12)

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Classroom MeetingsCRETE Day 1 TrainingPSD TeachersTricia S. Jones, Ph.D., Dept. of Psychological Studies in Educatione-mail: tsjones@temple.edu

Copyright Tricia S. Jones, 2006. Do not use without attribution.

critical tools for constructive classrooms
Critical Tools for Constructive Classrooms
  • Class Meetings
    • Morning meeting (K-8) (Responsive Classroom)
    • Other forms (7-12)
    • Eight Basic Guidelines
  • Classroom Agreements
    • Setting agreements
    • Logical Consequences

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responsive classroom
Responsive Classroom
  • Seven Principles
    • The social curriculum is as important as the academic curriculum
    • How children learn is as important as what children learn
    • The greatest cognitive growth occurs through social interaction
    • There is a set of social skills that children need to be successful academically and socially

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responsive classroom4
Responsive Classroom
  • Seven Principles cont’d
    • Knowing the children we teach is as important as knowing the content we teach
    • Knowing the parents of the children we teach is as important as knowing the children
    • Teachers and administrators must model the social and academic skills which they wish to teach students

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morning meeting
Morning Meeting
  • Morning Meeting is a 20-30 minute daily routine used to begin the school day in elementary and middle school classrooms
    • Greeting
    • Sharing
    • Group Activity
    • News and Announcements

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classroom meetings
Classroom meetings
  • Several Functions
    • Connection
    • Planning
    • Goal-Setting
    • Problem-Solving
    • Assessing/Evaluating

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building blocks of effective meetings
Building Blocks of Effective Meetings
  • Form a circle
  • Practice compliments and appreciations
  • Create an agenda
  • Develop communication skills
  • Learn about separate realities
  • Recognize needs based motivation
  • Practice role playing
  • Focus on non-punitive solutions

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establishing rules with students
Establishing Rules with Students
  • It is critical to learn students hopes and dreams and work to incorporate those in class rules
    • What do students want to learn?
    • Why do they want to learn this?
    • How will they use this to achieve their hopes and dreams?
    • How can they create rules that respect others’ hopes and dreams?

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logical consequences
Logical Consequences
  • A discipline technique that focuses on the consequences of misbehavior
  • Emphasizes internal control rather than external control
  • Three criteria for consequences
    • Related
    • Respectful
    • Reasonable

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logical consequences cont d
Logical Consequences Cont’d
  • Most logical consequences will fall into three categories:
    • Making reparations “You Break it- You fix it”
    • Mishandling responsibility “More Limits Need to be Set”
    • Time Out

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classroom rules
Classroom Rules
  • Specific
  • Positive
  • Consequential
  • Realistic
  • Consensual
  • Possible use of Class Officers

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