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People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel . Maya Angelou. Student Supports. Lori Dehart, KEDC John Winslow, OVEC Leslie Flatt, WKEC

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    1. People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. MayaAngelou

    2. Student Supports Lori Dehart, KEDC John Winslow, OVEC Leslie Flatt, WKEC Carla Jordan, OVEC Renee Leach, SESC Kelly Walker, Big East Brenda Combs, KVEC

    3. Carla Jordan, Strategies Consultant Carol Beth Mooneyhan, Strategies Consultant Sharon Dawson, Strategies Consultant Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative

    4. Leader Scribe Time Keeper Develop Your Team!Name It

    5. ConsensogramYellow Dot • I’ve never connected student/teacher relationships with increased student achievement • I’ve never deliberately built in activities to improve student/teacher relationships • I do attempt to build relationships but not consistently • I understand the importance of consistently planning and monitoring activities to build positive student/teacher relationships

    6. Expected Outcomes Participants will….. • Understand the importance of student/teacher relationships • Increase behaviors for building positive relationships with students • Develop a plan to implement and monitor behaviors that increase positive student/teacher relationships

    7. Meet Jeff Bliss

    8. Instructions • Take one minute to write your initial “individual” thoughts • With your team, discuss your initial thoughts and together create one statement that describes your “collective” thoughts • Write that on chart paper and post somewhere near your table

    9. Students with academic failure and problem behaviors likely will drop out of school and  be involved with the corrections system  be single parents  be involved with the social services system  be unemployed  be involved in automobile accidents  use illicit drugs Why Focus on Teacher Student Relationships?

    10. Why Focus on Teacher Student Relationships? • Since 1999 the number of students being home schooled has increased 56.6% • In a recent survey more than half of 414,000 students surveyed said they felt that teachers did not care about their problems or feelings

    11. Why Focus on Teacher Student Relationships? Research shows that ….relationships play an important role in reducing the achievement gaps …Impact of the classroom teacher on learning is key in student achievement …The classroom teacher is the single best influence on student achievement and the best form of intervention

    12. Simply The Best 29 Things Students Say the Best Teachers Do Around Relationships Kelly E. Middleton & Elizabeth A. Petitt

    13. No significant learning occurs without a significant relationship….Dr. James Comer Do we maximize their experiences? Do we make them feel important & valued? Do we really know our students? Do we know them as individuals?

    14. What would we see? Understanding? Tick? Connections? Hope? Interest?

    15. Team Teaching What Co-Teaching Model was just demonstrated?

    16. Activity 1 Multiple Intelligence Inventory Participant Packet

    17. Instructions • Pull your Multiple Intelligence Survey Sheet (White), your Multiple Intelligences: Strategies in the Classroom (Pink) • Take your chairs and go where directed • Complete the white copy of the Multiple Intelligence Inventory individually and tally your score • Wait quietly while your team members are finishing • Compare your results with your team members • Using the Strategies in the Classroom (pink sheet) discuss how you can use this to develop your lessons

    18. Return to your tables

    19. Parallel What Co-Teaching Model was just demonstrated?

    20. It’s all about Relationships Customer Service

    21. 80% of companies believed they provided SUPERIORservice to their customers Only 8% of customers agreed

    22. Activity 2

    23. Discuss results and answer the following questions: Were you surprised at the results? Did you think they would be higher or lower? Is this indicative of good customer service?

    24. What Co-Teaching Model was just demonstrated? One Teach One Assist

    25. Which were you? Every child requires someone in his/her life who is absolutely crazy about them…UrieBronfenbrenner

    26. Reflection #1 A trip down memory lane

    27. 1. Students say the best teachers Know us personally

    28. 2. Students say the best teachers Let us know who they are as individuals or people Interest? Hobbies? Pets? Family?

    29. 3. Students say the best teachers Smile at us Does my teacher like me?

    30. Positive Interactions The single most important thing that a teacher can do to improve the overall behaviors of students in the classroom is… to increase the number of positive interactions

    31. Ratios of Interactions Create more positive than negative interactions: 4 to 1

    32. 4. Students say the best teachers Remember our names and use them

    33. 5. Students say the best teachers Speak to us They say hello and good-bye

    34. 6. Students say the best teachers Argue (banter, tease, joke) with us in a fun way in informal situations Sarcasm Increases attention Increases student achievement Increases motivation

    35. 7. Students say the best teachers Visit us at our homes before school starts

    36. 8. Students say the best teachers Check on us when we are sick Or even when we have sickness in our family

    37. 9. Students say the best teachers Remind us about school events and activities and encourage us to participate

    38. 10. Students say the best teachers Come see us perform in activities beyond the school day Teacher commenting the next day makes it even more powerful!

    39. 11. Students say the best teachers Establish rules for everyone including themselves Model Rules

    40. Rules Rules are the FOUNDATION for EFFECTIVE classroom management Safety Respect Responsibility

    41. The number one problem in the classroom is not discipline, it is the lack of procedures and routines

    42. Research says….. you can avoid most (if not all)of behavior problems by clearly defining for yourself and communicating to your students how you expect them to behave Every classroom activity Every Transition

    43. Procedures things you want your students to do

    44. Routines things you want your students to do automatically

    45. Teach Model Monitor

    46. 12. Students say the best teachers Show no favoritism or perception of favoritism

    47. 13. Students say the best teachers Are Consistent Teachingschoolwide and classroom expectations is the way to provide consistency

    48. 14. Students say the best teachers Cook (or do something special) for us Share a special skill