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Sharpening your Behavior Management Skills. By Shane Dordal. “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou Introductions Goals of today Why? Student Services Relationships Consistency Compassion

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introductions

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

      • Maya Angelou
  • Introductions
  • Goals of today
  • Why? Student Services
    • Relationships
    • Consistency
    • Compassion
    • Dignity
    • Fairness
Introductions
your classroom

Stay organized

  • Keep a schedule
  • Have an area for timeout (Student Services)
  • Have a method to track timeout
  • Post routines
Your Classroom
redirecting behaviors effectively

Boys Town

  • Love and Logic
  • I statements are crucial
  • Relationships are a must: Boundaries are critical (Don’t give your cell phone number out, don’t text students, your not their friend)
      • Make deposits everyday
      • Greet every student
      • Create an environment that is caring, consistent, and fair
Redirecting Behaviors Effectively
enforceable statements

This is another critical component of having a positive way of giving directions.

  • No negative energy (Body Language)
  • Give choices
  • Describe the limits
Enforceable Statements
toolbox information

Words that Work: Tools for your toolbox.

  • Empathy words: Sorry to hear that. Looks like your frustrated. That would be difficult to handle. Bummer
  • Empowering words: That would be your choice. Your prepared for the consequence. How would you like to fix it?
  • Wiggle free wording: Right now, your direction is to, just now.
Toolbox Information
comments and words make a difference

Negative ways Positive ways

  • Get over here now I would like to visit with you.
  • Stop it!!! Please stop
  • Your up to your old tricks That behavior is not acceptable.
  • Shut up The direction was to stop talking.
  • You are off-task again I noticed you are off-task, do you need help with anything.
Comments and words make a difference
specific situations

How to handle work refusal

    • Student is refusing to work on a math assignment.
      • Jill I noticed you have not started your assignment is there something I can help you with. (Teacher)
      • No, this sucks (Student)
      • Sounds like your frustrated. The good news is that you have 30 minutes left you can choose to work on it now with my help or I would be happy to set up time after school for you to work on it. I respect either decision. (Teacher) walk away
      • The key is give the choice and follow through on what you stated. Your credibility is crucial.
Specific Situations
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Student swears at you

      • You are such a piece of shit. (Student)
      • Jon I would like you to go to student services. (Teacher) Calm request, shoulders down, and continue teaching
      • Make me, you looser. (Student)
      • Jon your direction was to go to student services. (Teacher) use a broken record approach, stay calm
      • No way. (Student)
      • Would everyone follow me to the cafeteria please. (Teacher) move the class to avoid a show, make sure you have a staff with the student, call for assistance or have para move the class and you stay with student
social skills

Social Skill deficits need to be addressed, students more than ever need to be able to work with people, use today’s job market as an example…..

Volunteer with students

  • ECFE/nursing homes/elementary schools
  • Boys Town Curriculum
  • Teach Character Traits
  • Write skits
  • Home Make Over shows
  • www.simpletruths.com
  • Student of the Month
  • Be visible in the community
Social Skills
closing

Questions and Comments

Describe an incident you encountered this year, I can role play…

  • Thanks!!!!!!!!!

If you have future questions: email me at sldordal@hotmail.com or look me up in first class at IMS/MNC

Closing