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TTN. T HE T EACHER N ETWORK. SPECIAL REPORT. A DAY IN THE LIFE. Christopher Lee, Jared Miller, Jessica Mittelstaedt , Lindsay Power. “Every child will remember how you made them feel. If they feel like you made them feel good and you respect them they’re like putty in your hands.”.

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THE TEACHERNETWORK

SPECIAL REPORT

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A DAY IN THE LIFE

Christopher Lee, Jared Miller, Jessica Mittelstaedt, Lindsay Power

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“Every child will remember how you made them feel. If they feel like you made them feel good and you respect them they’re like putty in your hands.”

Camela Richards – 2nd Grade

Nibley Park School

"Climate is top priority. Kids need to feel nurtured [and] cared about. The second priority is to establish procedures, right from the first day.  Make every minute count."

Judy Lee – 5th Grade Kanab Elementary

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“Language Arts is too hard to pin down; it’s like a cloud. Science can be pinned down more easily.”

“There are so many interesting and exciting things that are in science and that it is all around them and I want them to go to High School thinking ‘science is cool I love science’.”

“Because the more math and science they have the better chance they have at a good career. I think that if you love science, you find life interesting.”

Collette Cornwall – 7th/8th Grade

Nibley Park School

“I will do everything in my power to make learning interesting for the kids and I try to make it a positive experience.

Trevor Smith – 8th/9th Grade

Sunset Jr. High

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TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

Make sure the students feel nurtured and respected

Make sure each student has a positive learning experience

Make learning fun

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Each day is structured the same

Mornings: Begin with journal writing followed by language arts and writing block.

Lunch

Afternoon: We have math followed by social studies then science.

Camela Richards

2nd Grade

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A DAY IN THE LIFE

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Each day is structured the same

The room is always ready for the day

Morning: Students sit down and begin their bell work followed by silent reading then math and language arts

Afternoon: Students finish language arts, science or social studies, and listen to the class novel

Judy Lee

5th Grade

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A DAY IN THE LIFE

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Each day is structured the same

Each class is 90 minutes

Math – The day is written on the board every day. Class begins with warm ups. We then have a discussion & review followed by practice of the material. I then assign homework and give the students time during class to work on their homework.

Science – Objective is always written on the board so that the students know what and why we are learning the material. I set up at least one experiment each week.

Collette Cornwall

7th/8th Grade

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A DAY IN THE LIFE

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Each day is structured the same

Each class is 45 minutes long

Morning: 8th grade English classes. We go over the previous days homework. 8th graders start with peer review then we finish by discussing the next section and the work on the assigned work. I use a lot of visual aids to make the class more exciting.

Afternoon: I teach my German classes using TPR (total physical response) this gets the kids moving and doing actions to remember the vocabulary.

Trevor Smith

8th/9th Grade

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A DAY IN THE LIFE

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ELEMENTARY

Richards – I am very verbal with them and talk to the children individually when they need it. I want them to always know I care.

Lee – I expect all students to show respect to me and their fellow classmates. They do this by being polite, participating in the classroom lessons and following class rules.

SECONDARY

Smith - I have a seat of shame located in the rear corner of the classroom where I will send kids for a day or two not to embarrass them but to help them, and it works because they try very hard to get back with the rest of the class.

Cornwall- Keep high expectations and make the kids realize that when they are disciplined you as a teacher still care about them.

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BEHAVIOR COMPARISON

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YES!

Teacher attention through positive praise

Presentation punishment using social isolation.

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DO WE AGREE?

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ELEMENTARY

SECONDARY

Richards – students have a stamp card that they have to earn stamps toward prizes. A consequence for poor behavior is removal of value time.

Lee- Students that do not follow the rules will move clips. If they move 12 or more clips for the month they will not participate in the end of the month reward party. Monthly reward parties are rewards for good behavior and completing class work and homework.

Cornwall – I Reward students for good WEEKLY behavior. Bribery often works with teenagers. A consequence I use is a seating chart to separate friends.

Smith- Token systems don’t work in Jr. High, Positive feedback and praise for doing well is what I generally use in my classroom.

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REINFORCEMENTS

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Positive reinforcements

Token system – stamp card

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DO WE AGREE?

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Special Thanks

Camela Richards

Judy Lee

Collette Cornwall

Trevor Smith

THE TEACHER NETWORK

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