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Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3 Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous. I hear and I forget. I see, and.

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1 Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3 Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous. I hear and I forget. I see, and I remember. I do, and I understand. Confucius (479 BC) Write your reflections in your Idea Cookbook, and we’ll discuss it when everyone is finished.

2 Beginning Class Items AnnouncementsAnnouncements Book shareBook share Article shareArticle share General thoughts or commentsGeneral thoughts or comments Anyone change any personal information?Anyone change any personal information? Anyone have a job to report?Anyone have a job to report?

3 A ninth-grade teacher has brainstormed a list of potential learning goals that she is considering using for an upcoming instructional unit. One of the learning goals is, “Students will appreciate the aesthetic beauty of works of art from various cultures.” What is the most significant problem associated with using this learning goal? A.It requires a level of prior content knowledge that most ninth graders do not yet possess. B.It is worded so ambiguously as to make it difficult to create meaningful instructional activities. C.It addresses an outcome that is likely to be of little interest to most ninth graders. D.It is difficult to assess students’ achievement of this goal in an objective, meaningful way.

4 A ninth-grade teacher has brainstormed a list of potential learning goals that she is considering using for an upcoming instructional unit. One of the learning goals is, “Students will appreciate the aesthetic beauty of works of art from various cultures.” What is the most significant problem associated with using this learning goal? A.It requires a level of prior content knowledge that most ninth graders do not yet possess. B.It is worded so ambiguously as to make it difficult to create meaningful instructional activities. C.It addresses an outcome that is likely to be of little interest to most ninth graders. D.It is difficult to assess students’ achievement of this goal in an objective, meaningful way.

5 The Most important reason for planning an entire unit before beginning instruction in it is to: A.facilitate moving from one topic to another in the unit according to students’ interests and needs B.ensure that the subject matter will be interesting to students C.ensure that the content and learning activities are sequenced in a logical and coherent manner D.determine whether the topic of the unit is appropriate given the age and developmental level of the students

6 The Most important reason for planning an entire unit before beginning instruction in it is to: A.facilitate moving from one topic to another in the unit according to students’ interests and needs B.ensure that the subject matter will be interesting to students C.ensure that the content and learning activities are sequenced in a logical and coherent manner D.determine whether the topic of the unit is appropriate given the age and developmental level of the students

7 “Education of Ms. Groves” (video) Reflect on the negative aspects of her classroom, including body language, words spoken, and personal demeanor. Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3

8 Classroom Management video Probably not… Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

9 “Cooperative Classroom Management” (pp ) I’ll review the highlights with youI’ll review the highlights with you We’ll discuss and brainstorm appropriately afterwardsWe’ll discuss and brainstorm appropriately afterwards We’ll also work on a comprehensive list of “job assignments” (write in your cookbook) for you to be thinking about as you plan for schoolWe’ll also work on a comprehensive list of “job assignments” (write in your cookbook) for you to be thinking about as you plan for school Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

10 “What Fills You Up?” (You should have a copy) Complete the list of ten activities that bring you joy Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

11 “What Fills You Up?” Directions: 1.Put two XXs for any activity that takes longer than an hour 2.Put one X for any activity that takes ten minutes to one hour 3.Put 0 for activities that take less than ten minutes Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

12 1.Spending time with the family 2.Reading 3.Writing 4.Playing golf 5.Studying & learning 6.Watching Seinfeld 7.Woodworking 8.Playing with my dog 9.Working on my website 10.Seeing former students in town Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

13 1.Spending time with the family 2.Reading 3.Writing 4.Playing golf 5.Studying & learning 6.Watching Seinfeld 7.Woodworking 8.Playing with my dog 9.Working on my website 10.Seeing former students in town XXXXXXXXXXXXXX0 Classroom & Behavior Management Session 1 (3)

14 “What Fills You Up?” People with mostly 0s are people who know how to grab every opportunity for enjoyment and happiness. These are the people who will not wait for tomorrow to do things they want to do – people who find joy in the simplest of activities. Adaptable to the classroom? Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

15 Four Corners Activity Groups of four Rotate around to the stations, and add thoughts Discussion will follow Alternate: We will discuss as a class Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

16 Classroom Arrangement (pp ) Discussion What’s yours going to look like? (Reminder: Let’s talk about floating) Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

17 Ticket #9 Discussion First Day Presentation Due Saturday, June 9 Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

18 Procedures video Harry Wong, Ed.D. We’ll only watch as much as we determine is valuable for our particular class (about 20 minutes) Discussion will follow Classroom & Behavior Management Session 2

19 Students who feel love and see you teaching with enthusiasm will open their hearts to learning. What significance does this quote have to everything we’ve discussed in Classroom Management? Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3

20 What’s your favorite job? List four reasons why and share with the class. Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3

21 High Needs Behavior 1.Passive Students 2.Aggressive Students 3.Students with Emotional Problems 4.Perfectionist Students 5.Socially Isolated Students Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3

22 1.Passive Students 2.Aggressive Students 3.Students with Emotional Problems 4.Perfectionist Students 5.Socially Isolated Students Pair up and discuss each activity considering the types of behaviors that might be present in class as a result. Share with class. Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3

23 Approaches to Classroom Management (pp ) Now, as a pair, examine how each type approach might effectively or ineffectively deal with each type of behavior you listed previously. For example, how would an Authoritarian Approach deal with a Passive Student? Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3

24 Please return from break within 15 minutes

25 Types of Behavior 1.Rambling – walking around the room 2.Shyness or Silence – lack of participation 3.Talkativeness – knowing everything, manipulation, chronic whining 4.Sharpshooting – trying to shoot down everything the teacher says 5.Arguing – disagreeing with everything you say 6.Grandstanding – getting caught up in gaining attention 7.Hostile or Resistant – angry, belligerent, or combative behavior 8.Side Conversations – may be personal or related to the subject but not paying attention In groups of four, using all of the information you have, list specific ways you think a teacher could effectively deal with the above scenarios.

26 Natural and Logical Consequences (pp ) Highlights and Discussion Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3

27 Relationship building is critical to effective classroom management and effective teaching It helps to set up activities that allow students to be actively involved If the proper procedures are in place, you can do non- traditional activities and solicit good behavior Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3

28 Take out a sheet of white notebook paper Do not place your name on the paper Answer the following questions 1.List one thing you have enjoyed about the institute 2.List one thing you are concerned about with classroom management 3.List one more thing you would like to learn 4.List your favorite food 5.List your ideal vacation spot Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3

29 Snowball Fight Classroom & Behavior Management Session 3


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