Presentation on theme: "Coaching Classroom Management: The Engagement Connection! Diane Hubona October 11, 2013 IU8 Coaching Workshop."— Presentation transcript:
Coaching Classroom Management: The Engagement Connection! Diane Hubona October 11, 2013 IU8 Coaching Workshop
One Success, One Struggle! One success I had since last month in my coaching is… One struggle I had last month in my coaching is…
Jot-a-Thought ABC’s of Classroom Management
The Engagement-Behavior Connection Text Render then Talk
Managing Student Behavior: Getting to Distinguished! Standards of conduct are clear, with evidence of student participation in setting and maintaining them. The teacher’s monitoring of student behavior is subtle and preventive, and the teacher’s response to student misbehavior is sensitive to individual student needs. Students take an active role in monitoring the standards of behavior.
Teacher Effectiveness Tool Domain 3: Instruction 3c Engaging students in learning Domain 2: Classroom Environment 2d Managing Student Behavior
Jot-a-Thought Learning is defined as a change in behavior. You haven’t learned a thing until you take action and use it. Don Shula and Ken Blanchard’s Everyone’s a Coach
What the Research Says…24/7 Study Pause, Pounce, Bounce!
Types of Student Misbehaviors Attention-Getting Awareness-Type Ability-Type
So What’s a Coach to Do? The Game Plan! Positive Classroom Management Techniques: Positive to Negative Interactions Opportunities to Respond (OTR )
Study Group Topics: According to your building’s needs from last month’s professional development survey, develop a BDA lesson plan for a 30 minute study group. You may work with a partner or individually.