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1 Behavior Management Considerations in High School

2 What is different? Students are larger. Schools are larger. Students have better abilities to be rational. Students learn a LOT! Cerebral cortex is thickening Executive Functions are better – though not fully developed. Students year to be independent.

3 What is the same about high school? Students thrive on clear behavioral expectations. Most students appreciate praise* Students enjoy one-on-one adult interaction. Architecture affects behavior. – Crowded classrooms. Practice improves behavior.

4 Precorrection

5 Active Supervision

6 With-it-ness in High School

7 Feedback in high school

8 Good Behavior Game 9 th grade students in Kleinman & Saigh, 2011

9 Good Behavior Game New York City Kleinman & Saigh, 2011

10 23% African American 73% Hispanic Previous efforts to manage the classroom included yelling and expulsion from class. Kleinman & Saigh, 2011

11 Prior to implementing the intervention, the regular classroom teacher unexpectedly resigned and a replacement was hired. The replacement had not been trained in the use of classroom management. When he assumed responsibility for the class, students reportedly refused to stay seated, frequently shouted at one another, cursed, and occasionally became involved in physical altercations with classmates. At one point, students reportedly screamed, cursed, and threw objects at the new teacher. (p. 96) Kleinman & Saigh, 2011

12 Prior to implementing the intervention, the regular classroom teacher unexpectedly resigned and a replacement was hired. The replacement had not been trained in the use of classroom management. When he assumed responsibility for the class, students reportedly refused to stay seated, frequently shouted at one another, cursed, and occasionally became involved in physical altercations with classmates. At one point, students reportedly screamed, cursed, and threw objects at the new teacher. (p. 96) Kleinman & Saigh, 2011

13 Prior to implementing the intervention, the regular classroom teacher unexpectedly resigned and a replacement was hired. The replacement had not been trained in the use of classroom management. When he assumed responsibility for the class, students reportedly refused to stay seated, frequently shouted at one another, cursed, and occasionally became involved in physical altercations with classmates. At one point, students reportedly screamed, cursed, and threw objects at the new teacher. (p. 96) Kleinman & Saigh, 2011

14 Class divided into two teams. Disruptions were noted for each team – Leaving seat – Talking – Physical Aggression Team with the fewest points at the end of the week won Kleinman & Saigh, 2011

15 Results Kleinman & Saigh, 2011

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