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Management techniques refer to: Discipline techniques refer to: Management vs. Discipline
Use of Stop/Start Signals Transitions Grouping Techniques Use of Squads Names Class Organization
Establish Class Procedures for: Dressing Non-participation Roll Call Closure Equipment distribution and collection Class Procedures
Bullying issues Steps to Conflict Resolution: Stop aggressive behavior Gather information Brainstorm solutions Plan to put solutions in place Monitor Conflict Resolution
Create a Behavior Plan Establish Rules and Procedures Communicate your Rules and Consequences Implement your Plan Expectancy Theory High levels of activity Discipline individually Be Proactive!
Positive Reinforcement Premack Principal Prompts (reminders) of Desired Behavior Shape Desired Behavior Maintain Good Behavior
Techniques to use for unacceptable behavior: Ignore Time Out Remove from the Activity Call home Send to Principal Suspension Decrease Unacceptable Behavior
Corrective Feedback/Reprimands Remove Positive Consequence Behavior Contracts Behavior Corrections
Conference with the student Call parents Conference with Student, Teacher, Parents, Principal Establish consequences Severe Misbehavior
Chapter 6 Lecture Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children Seventeenth Edition Management and Discipline.
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Copyright 2001 by Allyn and Bacon Class Management Skills Deliver instruction efficiently Start and stop a class consistently Move into groups and formations.
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Goals of Whole Class Plan To create a positive learning environment in the classroom. To encourage on task behavior and thereby maximize instructional.
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Reductive techniques. Timeout from positive reinforcement A time to reflect Effective Non violent Time for both parties to cool off Can be in any place.
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