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“The mind is a wonderful thing. It starts working the minute you’re born and doesn’t. stop until you get up to speak in public.” -Roscoe Drummond. Things We Cannot Change. Social factors Developmental factors. “Don’t let what you cannot do . interfere with what you can.” -John Wooden

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the mind is a wonderful thing it starts working the minute you re born and doesn t

“The mind is a wonderful thing. It starts working the minute you’re born and doesn’t

stop until you get up to speak in public.”

-Roscoe Drummond

things we cannot change
Things We Cannot Change
  • Social factors
  • Developmental factors
don t let what you cannot do
“Don’t let what you cannot do

interfere with what you

can.”

-John Wooden

Looking Within

what makes an effective educator
What Makes an EffectiveEducator?
  • Enthusiasm, conviction, confidence
  • Clarity of personal ethics
  • Respect for differences
  • Genuine appreciation of people and their innate desires and abilities
  • Willingness to try new things
  • Flexibility
an effective educator cont
An Effective Educator cont.
  • Patience to accept that change takes time
  • Acceptance of mistakes
  • Belief in the constant possibilities in life
  • Ability to relate to students with honesty, warmth, and sensitivity
effective educators also
Effective educators also…
  • Speak loud enough and use clear, simple language
  • Are comfortable with short periods of silence
  • Can cope with any conflict when it first appears
the 10 demandments
The 10 “Demandments”
  • Treat with respect & preserve dignity
  • Always do what is in the students’ best interest
  • Seek solutions
  • Model tolerant, patient, dignified, respectful behavior
  • Least intrusive intervention
demandments cont
Demandments cont.
  • Connect with students
  • Instill hope for success
  • NEVER do anything you wouldn’t want done to you
  • NEVER give up on a student
  • CATCH THEM BEING GOOD… A LOT!!!

from www.behavioradvisor.com

who will be there
Who Will Be There?
  • Assisting Amanda
  • Wavering Winnie
  • Precocious Pamela
  • Held Hostage Hank
  • Class Clown Clyde
  • Tough Girl Tona
  • Sharing Sasha
  • Pee Pee Pants Paul
  • Monopolizing Morris
  • The Cool Click
  • Ants in the Pants Annie
    • Your worst behaved student will have perfect attendance!
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“Knowing is not enough: We must apply.

Willing is not enough: We must do.”

-Goethe

what can we do about that
What Can We Do About That?

Ideas for specific problem behaviors

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“If you want to feel secure, do what you already know how to do. If you want to be a true professional and continue to grow…go to the cutting edge of your competence, which means a temporary loss of security. So, whenever you don’t know quite what you’re doing, know you’re growing.”

-Madeline Hunter, 1987