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MGMT 4 : Effectively Responding to Management Challenges You need: Handout # 609-617 Sit with folks from your collaborative! (or from the same grade level if your collab isn’t here!  ). CONSEQUENCE MUCH?. 2 Why?. Opening : The Importance of Management.

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MGMT 4: Effectively Responding to Management ChallengesYou need: Handout # 609-617Sit with folks from your collaborative! (or from the same grade level if your collab isn’t here!  )

opening the importance of management
Opening: The Importance of Management

Video Clip: The Importance of Management

Classroom management is the ability

to motivate students to follow directions.

This means100%compliance from

100%of students 100%of the time.

reflection self assessment
Reflection: Self-Assessment
  • With which expectationsare 100% of your students completely complying 100% of the time? (list out all the specific behaviors) Why?
  • For which behavior expectations is your class not meeting the 100%-of-students-are-100%-compliant-100%-of-the-time bar? (list out all the specific behaviors) Why not?
  • Empty space on page 618
mgmt 4 session objectives
MGMT 4: Session Objectives
  • Corps members will:
    • Deepen their belief in the importance of, and increase their skills in, effectively managing student behavior in ways that prevent most management challenges.
    • Be prepared to effectively respond to some difficult management challenges that will likely still arise.
testimonial management strategies
Testimonial: Management Strategies

Video Clip: Testimonial on Management Strategies

Handout 1: Comments from Ms. Dowin’s Students—page. 609

Students WANT and DESERVE a well-managed classroom, and a teacher who cares enough to command it. Their learning depends on it!

YOU can control how students behave in your classroom. All students CAN behave and WILL behave if you set high expectations for behavior and teach your students to meet those expectations.

two critical tools teacher voice no nonsense nurturer
Two Critical Tools: Teacher Voice & No-Nonsense Nurturer

No-Nonsense Nurturer: Carries herself/himself in a way and chooses words that clearly convey to students that ‘nonsense’ will not be tolerated because s/he cares way too much to let any student not fulfill his or her potential.

some things a no nonsense nurturer would say
Some things a no-nonsense nurturer would say…

“I care way too much about you to allow you to behave like this.”

“You are too important to this world to waste your time misbehaving.”

“I demand that you act in a way that will get you to college because I know you can do it.”

Teaching with Love and Logic plug

further investigation no nonsense nurturer
Further Investigation: No-Nonsense Nurturer
  • Who was the ‘meanest’ teacher you ever had whom you absolutely loved?
  • What was “no nonsense” about the teacher? What was “nurturing” about the teacher?
  • Make the connection! How can you connect your experience in that teacher’s classroom to your classroom this summer?
  • Video Clip: No-Nonsense Nurturer
  • Why do students respond well to a teacher with this demeanor?
  • Why is it important that the two sides of this demeanor be balanced?
no nonsense nurturer next steps
No-Nonsense Nurturer Next Steps

Prepare and practice several ‘stock phrases’ that convey you don’t play!

Think about and execute BALANCE: too much no-nonsense can lead to push back from students and too much nurturing can lead to students pushing limits!

re cap the bmc
Re-Cap: THE BMC
  • Using the poster paper on your table…
    • Take 4 minutes to make a poster with a visual of the BMC
    • Make sure you include the three essential pieces and show how they are connected
    • The more creative the better!
    • Geaux! (PS if you need to cheat use SHREK  )
cm bmc believers
CM BMC Believers….
  • WHY DOES IT WORK?
  • WHEN DOES IT NOT WORK?
  • WHY NOT USE IT?
behavior management cycle video example handout 2 video viewing guide page 612
Behavior Management Cycle Video ExampleHandout 2: Video Viewing Guide—page 612

Take a few seconds to read the context of directions.

Look one more time at the techniques in the left-hand column that you’ll be watching for and making a check-mark for each time you see them.

NOTE:although the classroom we just saw is now in control after weeks of chaos, there is still a lot of work that this teacher must do to push students to be part of a genuine Culture of Achievement (including building relationships, investing in the goal, upping the rigor of the planning, etc). Now that this teacher is getting management under control, there’s space to focus on these things. 

resource alert
Resource Alert!

Tfanet.org

Bottom corner: Solutions

  • http://solutions.tfateams.org/
  • Search for Targeting Specific Misbehavior
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New Strategy: Keep a Small Problem a Small Problem

Teach your students not to

react negatively to Corrective Action (Step 3)

Handout 3: Notes on Keeping a Small Problem a Small Problem—page. 614

Video Clip: Keeping a Small Problem a Small Problem

new strategy keep a small small
New Strategy: Keep a Small, Small
  • Teach your students not to
  • react negatively to Corrective Action (Step 3)
  • Handout 3: Notes on Keeping a Small Problem a Small Problem—page. 614
  • Directions for Practice
  • (2 min.) Sketch out notes for your mini-lesson (My example)
  • (90 seconds) CM1 delivers mini-lesson
  • (90 seconds) CM2 delivers mini-lesson
key point consistency is the key
Key Point: Consistency is the Key

Even students who repeatedly challenge you can behave, and these strategies will work for them… but it may take you a lot longer to teach them how.

(20+ times  )

role play 1 effective response to misbehavior
Role-Play #1: Effective Response to Misbehavior

Video Clip: Effective Response, Take One (7th-grade)

What specific actions does the teacher take to effectively respond to the student’s misbehavior?

  • lowers voice slightly
  • confident, direct, no-nonsense
  • not at all hostile
  • repeats directions
  • uses an ‘economy of language’ – short and to-the-point
  • narrates 3 students before correcting
  • begins corrective action within 10-20 seconds of giving directions
  • moves in toward student for more private consequence
  • moves away quickly after student compliance – does not ‘engage’
  • could lower voice even more when delivering consequence
  • is possibly a little too swift in movements
  • moves away slightly even before student complies – better to stand firm for a second to convey that you ‘mean business’
role play 2 effective response to misbehavior
Role-Play #2: Effective Response to Misbehavior

Video Clip: Effective Response, Take Two (7th-grade)

What additional actions does the teacher take to effectively respond to the student’s misbehavior?

  • continues to be calm and direct in response to student’s insolence
  • gives short rationale (“I need you to put your pen down so we can get going…”)
  • does not engage at all around student’s insolence, but remains focused on the original non-compliant behavior (while delivering the next consequence)
role play 3 effective response to misbehavior
Role-Play #3: Effective Response to Misbehavior

Video Clip: Effective Response, Take Three (7th-grade)

What additional actions does the teacher take to effectively respond to the student’s misbehavior?

  • remains calm; teacher’s voice grows quieter as student’s voice grows louder
  • does not employ the often-effective strategy of giving students a choice in order to avoid continued escalation (i.e., “You have a choice to put down your pencil and look at me or to get another consequence.”)
snappy practice calm consistent execution
Snappy Practice: Calm & Consistent Execution
  • Handout 4: Extended Snappy Practice Guidance & Feedback Form—page. 617
  • Directions
  • CM1 acts as teacher, CM2 acts as student (using script as guide).
  • CM2 gives feedback to CM 1 (using feedback chart).
  • CM1 acts as teacher, CM2 acts as student (a 2nd time).
  • CM2 gives final feedback to CM1.
  • Switch roles and repeat steps #1-#4.
  • Remember! Focus on:
  • Using your strong Teacher Voice
  • Employing the demeanor of a No-Nonsense Nurturer
  • Executing the 3 steps of the Behavior Management Cycle
friendly reminder
Friendly reminder…

KEEP SMALL, SMALL!!!

key point focus on teacher actions
Key Point: Focus on Teacher Actions

The strategies you have learned, if effectively and consistently implementedwill work!

If challenges arise, 99% of the time it’s not the shortcoming of the strategy, but the ineffectiveness of its implementation.

closing
Closing

Closing Thought on Management

The toxic problem of low expectations

manifests itself in Management first.

closing chalk talk
Closing: Chalk Talk

Let the chalk do your talk-

We will silently write ours responses. Read the responses of others as you write and think about yours.

Describe the type of classroom manager you will be.

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