Management Plan. Jillyne Keene. Physical Arrangement. Procedures Bulletin Board. Smart Board/White Board. Unit Vocabulary Bulletin Board. Doo r. Motivational Posters. Inboxes. Student Desks. Motivational Posters. Student Folders. Teacher Desk. Bookcase. Computers. Supplies.
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Procedures Bulletin Board
Smart Board/White Board
Wall of Fame
Expect students to bring their own materials to class whenever possible.
Pencils and pens
Ask students to donate supplies that everyone may use.
Dry erase markers
Create a self-regulating learning environment.
Students must place completed work in inboxes.
Students must retrieve absent work from their folders.
Students must complete absent work within 3 days.
Students must arrange for makeup exams.
Create a diversified learning environment.
Self-directed, independent learning anchor activities
Differentiated learning modules
Student choice of assessments and products
Minimize disruptions and distractions.
Only issue hall passes during individual activity time.
Only dismiss students after they have cleaned-up.
Prohibit cell phones and I-pods in the classroom.
Prohibit food and beverages in the classroom.
Invite parent participation and feedback.
Send parents newsletters at the beginning of unit.
Schedule conferences with parents as needed.
Share student concerns and successes with parents.
Post assignments on school website.
Send parent surveys.
Invite student participation and feedback.
Give students syllabus at the beginning of year.
Provide overview and checklist at beginning of unit.
Share concerns and successes with students.
Post assignments on school website.
Give students surveys.
Ask students to create a classroom motto.
“I Can Do Hard Things”
“Dare to Soar”
“Attitude Determines Altitude”
Use intrinsic motivation.
Reward students with homework passes.
Express appreciation for positive behavior.
Display students’ work on Wall of Fame.
Use extrinsic motivation.
Activate students’ prior learning.
Prepare authentic performance tasks.
Give students choices for assessments.
Ask students to create a classroom code of ethics.
Be prepared to learn.
Be willing to try new things.
Ask students to create a hierarchy of consequences
for violating the classroom code of ethics.
First offense: Verbal warning
Second offense: Note sent to parent/guardian
Third offense: Referral to administrator
Maintain students’ dignity.
Use “I” messages rather than “you” messages.
Use guidance rather than criticism.
Give students ownership of their behavior.
Teach them how to be self-regulating.
Address misbehavior in private whenever possible.
Help students connect with each other.
Conduct getting-to-know-you activities.
Hold weekly class meetings to share ideas.
Model appropriate behavior.
Divide students into learning teams and rotate responsibilities.
Team technology specialist
Team resource coordinator
Team quality control specialist
Teach students to cherish diversity.
Conduct student surveys.
Celebrate holidays from students’ cultures.
Use examples and images from various cultures.
Invite parents to share their heritages with students.
Create a community of learners and leaders.
Establish safe environment.
Celebrate student successes.
Encourage student initiative and responsibility.
Foster culture of acceptance.
Model open and caring communication.