logging in or signing up Classroom Management mtcorps Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 201 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: June 25, 2009 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript I'M still ONLY HERMAN:An Experiment in Education : I'M still ONLY HERMAN:An Experiment in Education Emily Cooke EDSE 500 Classroom Management Plan Dr. Ann Monroe July 24, 2008 June 24, 2009 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT : CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Classroom management is the instruction, boundaries, rules, and procedures that a teacher must employ to modify and correct behavior with the goal of maintaining a safe, positive, and comfortable learning environment for all students. I believe that a teacher should also set an environment outside of the classroom – the hallway, during activities, and after school. PHILOSOPHY : PHILOSOPHY -My personal philosophy revolves around the idea that the classroom is a place of learning, based in a foundation of mutual respect. -The teacher must be an authority figure, but must interact with the students in a way that shows respect. -Detached authority works to an extent, but I believe it is much more important to be consistent, and respect each student as an individual. POSITIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT : POSITIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT A positive learning environment is one in which all the students feel safe and comfortable, and can express their questions and concerns effectively. It also acknowledges the differences in educational levels and encourages each student. COMPONENTS: -Adherence to rules -Thorough understanding of procedures -Varied teaching styles (also differentiated instruction)? -Interactive lessons RULES : RULES 1. Follow directions the FIRST time they're given. 2. RESPECT! Keep your hands, feet, personal objects, and negative comments to yourself. 3. Be in your seat, prepared and ready to work, when the bell rings. 4. No eating or drinking in class. CONSEQUENCES : CONSEQUENCES 1. Verbal warning 2. Apology letter (Behavioral Improvement Form)? 3. Detention/After school conference 4. Parent contact (Combined with #2 and #3)? 5. Office referral I have the ability to skip any of the above steps if I deem appropriate. REWARDS : REWARDS - Verbal praise (Also notes of praise with tickets)? - Tickets - Readiness points - Student of the week (Changed to Cooke's Classroom Champs – top 30 students in all classes)? - “A” Team recognition after tests (Not applicable)? BEGINNING OF CLASS PROCEDURE : BEGINNING OF CLASS PROCEDURE -Rules -Tardy policy (Absentee Policy/Make-up Work)? -Readiness points PEN/PENCIL PROCEDURE : PEN/PENCIL PROCEDURE -Penny for a pencil -Sign-out sheet -Fail to return = consequence -Did NOT do – used a system of collateral, but will edit in the upcoming year BATHROOM PASS PROCEDURE : BATHROOM PASS PROCEDURE - Small clipboard with a sign-out sheet - 2 sign-outs per 9 weeks - Alloted time - Consequence for failing to return in time -School policy did not allow for the specific physical pass, but used procedure with school pass NOTEBOOK PROCEDURE : NOTEBOOK PROCEDURE - 3-ring binder -Do Now, Journal, Notes and Handouts, Graded Homework, Quizzes -Numbers -Personal grade chart -Notebook check during exams -Did NOT use – available resources; ended up using a 3-pronged folder LEAVING CLASS : LEAVING CLASS -Exit slips -Row by row -I dismiss you, not the bell! PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT : PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT - Letter in the beginning of the year with a syllabus - Student copy of the syllabus that will be signed by guardian - Phone call to parents within the first two weeks - Bi-weekly emails (Not possible)? - Attend sporting events and school functions IT SOUNDS GOOD IN THEORY... : IT SOUNDS GOOD IN THEORY... ...BUT I'M SURE I'LL HAVE QUERRRSTIONS ...I did, and I still have more... You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.