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Tier 1: Individual Student

Tier 1: Individual Student. Michele Wackman, School Psychologist #623. Whole School. School-wide. Classroom. Family. Non-classroom. Student.

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Tier 1: Individual Student

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  1. Tier 1: Individual Student Michele Wackman, School Psychologist #623

  2. Whole School School-wide Classroom Family Non-classroom Student

  3. “Arguably the quality of the relationships teachers have with students is the key-stone of effective management and perhaps even the entirety of teaching” Robert J. Marzano

  4. Energy Flows Where Attention Goes

  5. Ratio at least 4:1 • Interact positively once every 5 minutes • Follow correction for behavior violation with positive reinforcement for rule following Acknowledge Appropriate vs. Inappropriate Behavior

  6. Due to the nature of the behavior, we want to focus on: • Interacting with a student when they are demonstrating a positive behavior rather than a negative one • Dealing with a negative behavior privately (avoid embarrassing/humiliating) • Ignore “junk” behavior (don’t get drawn into a power struggle) What Does 4:1 Really Mean?

  7. Praise Publicly and rebuke/redirect privately

  8. “Relationships are like emotional bank accounts. … we, are constantly making credits/ deposits OR debits / withdrawals to our relational accounts by our words and actions.” Seven Habits of Highly Effective People By Stephen Covey “Bank Account” Analogy $$$ Also in “Incredible Years” Parenting Program

  9. How will staff in your building make deposits into students’ bank accounts? (so that when you need to make a withdrawal there’s not a negative balance)

  10. Rapport • Relationship • Respect The Three R’s Culturally & Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning By Sharroky Hollie

  11. Non-Contingent Feedback Getting To Know Students • Meet & Greet by Name • Active Supervision Interactions • Casual Conversations • Non-verbals (tone, smiles, thumbs up, high five, nod, hug etc.) Building Rapport

  12. Greet them at the door (smile & first name) • Respond to journal entries with personal notes • Learn about their lives (interview them) • Share your life with students • Regularly say: “I’m so happy you’re part of my class”, “I’m so glad you’re here today”, “It’s great to see you today.” • Call parents to celebrate (in front of students) • Have lunch with kids • Deliver consequences with empathy • Encourage discussions that let students be the center of attention • Attend students’ extracurricular events or community activities Ways to Build Relationships

  13. What can ALL staff do the first 6-8 weeks of school to build positive relationships with students?

  14. Meet and Greet • Teachers who stand at the door and greet their students have fewer disruptions throughout the day -Boynton, M. & Boynton, C. • (2005) • True for Elementary and Secondary students • TUMS • Touch • Use name • Make eye contact • Smile

  15. Lighten Up…be playful when you can. Top Rapport Building Ideas It really is ALL ABOUT YOU!

  16. SMILE…Keep Smiling…Smile Some More! • Let students get to know you…tell stories about you

  17. Know your students’ names and get to know them individually • Increase your accessibility

  18. Use local and personally relevant examples • Learn about your students’ racial & cultural background

  19. Treat students respectfully- avoid sarcasm • Don’t take a student’s misbehavior personally • Explain why when there are problems

  20. Be enthusiastic about what you teach

  21. Think about a favorite teacher you had when you were in school? Why were they a favorite?

  22. “In years to come, a child may forget what you taught them. But will always remember how you made them feel.” ~~ Steven Krushen

  23. The Tipping Point • 3 positive emotions to 1 negative emotion • More resilient to adversity • Effortlessly achieve what they once could only imagine. What does the research say? Dr. Barbara Fredrickson, Univ. of No. Carolina

  24. More Positive Than Negative Interactions • 15 minute observation of newlyweds’ conversation • Used 5 to 1 ratio to predict who would stay together • 10 year follow-up: 94% prediction accuracy • Dr. John Gottman, The Gottman Relationship Institute

  25. Teams • High Performance = 5.6 P/N • Medium Performance= 1.9 P/N • Low Performance = 0.36 to 1 • (more negative than positive) • (Losada & Heaphy, 2004)

  26. As a TEAM…. Update your action plan to include how you will train staff on Tier 1—Individual Student *How? *Who? *What materials will you need? Quad Sharing… Break up into levels: --Early Childhood --Elementary --Junior High --High School *Share ONE IDEA for how your team will implement Tier 1 Individual Student practices 10 mins. 10 mins Team Action Planning

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