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  1. Recipes for Success Classroom Management

  2. Who Am I? Jaimie Smith Instructional Officer for Elementary Instruction and Gifted/Talented

  3. Attention Getting Signal

  4. Get Out! You Too?

  5. Get Out! You Too?

  6. Outcomes • Distinguish between discipline and classroom management • Understand the three-step method for teaching a procedure • Develop a classroom management plan for first day of school.

  7. …”it is the teacher’s behavior that produces high student engagement, reduces student misbehavior, and maximizes instructional time.” --Jacob KouninThe Classroom Management Book p. 5

  8. Characteristics of an Effective Teacher • Jot Thought Activity • Combine to make groups of 4 -6 • Think about the characteristics of an effective teacher • As you think of ideas, write them on a post-it-note • Place the post-it-note on the poster paper as you say the idea to the group • Each person will take turns jotting their thoughts until the teacher tells you to stop

  9. Characteristics of an Effective Teacher

  10. “A classroom management plan sets the purpose to the classroom. The plan will help you create a culture of success, consistency, and academic excellence.” --Harry K. WongThe Classroom Management Book p. 24

  11. Discipline vs. Classroom Management Discipline • Student behavior • Rules • Re-active • Controlling Classroom Management • Student Work • Procedures • Proactive • Empowering

  12. “If you do not have a plan for your classroom, then the students will plan the classroom for you.” --Harry K. WongThe Classroom Management Book p. 24

  13. Keys to Success • Consistency • Planning

  14. Brainstorm Attention Getting Signal

  15. Table Work Brainstorm 5 Routines for the First Day that Need Procedures

  16. Procedures Restroom Classroom discussions Turning in work Walking in a line Cafeteria Lining up Homework Changing groups Asking questions Putting away supplies Carpet Time Sharpening Pencils Cleaning up Beginning the Day

  17. Procedures • Procedures for every routine • Behavior routine • Learning routine • Transition routine

  18. Three-step Method • Teach – Model, Role Play • Rehearse– Practice, Practice, Practice • Reinforce– revisit when necessary

  19. Elementary Example

  20. Table Work Pick a procedure for the first day. Write a plan to teach the procedure.

  21. Team Work Share and teach the Procedure to the other group.

  22. Planning for … First Day… First Week… www.EffectiveTeaching.com

  23. Outcomes • Distinguish between discipline and classroom management • Understand the three-step method for teaching a procedure • Develop a classroom management plan for first day of school.

  24. Survey http://schools.birdvilleschools.net/surveys CODE 170

  25. Debrief