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4 Form of abuse characterized by repeated occurances Form of abuse characterized by repeated occurances Form of abuse characterized by repeated occurances Form of abuse characterized by repeated occurances 4

5 What is bullying? What is bullying? What is bullying? What is bullying? 5

6 6 Emotional, verbal and physical and physical Emotional, verbal and physical and physical

7 7 What are 3 basic types of abuse What are 3 basic types of abuse that bullying consists of? that bullying consists of? What are 3 basic types of abuse What are 3 basic types of abuse that bullying consists of? that bullying consists of?

8 8 Threatening to the victim Threatening to the victim into social isolation, into social isolation, that includes gossip, that includes gossip, silent treatment, manipulation silent treatment, manipulation and mocking and mocking Threatening to the victim Threatening to the victim into social isolation, into social isolation, that includes gossip, that includes gossip, silent treatment, manipulation silent treatment, manipulation and mocking and mocking

9 9 What is indirect bullying?

10 10 Talk to the victim Talk to the victim and bully separately and bully separately in quick succession in quick succession Talk to the victim Talk to the victim and bully separately and bully separately in quick succession in quick succession

11 11 What do teachers do What do teachers do as a step to intervene bully? as a step to intervene bully? What do teachers do What do teachers do as a step to intervene bully? as a step to intervene bully?

12 12 Make other student aware Make other student aware of the consequences of the of the consequences of the Bullying behavior Bullying behavior Make other student aware Make other student aware of the consequences of the of the consequences of the Bullying behavior Bullying behavior

13 13 What is a preventative measure What is a preventative measure to stop bullying before it starts? to stop bullying before it starts? What is a preventative measure What is a preventative measure to stop bullying before it starts? to stop bullying before it starts?

14 14 According to the Wongs, the main According to the Wongs, the main Problem in teaching is not Problem in teaching is not poor discipline, but poor this… poor discipline, but poor this… According to the Wongs, the main According to the Wongs, the main Problem in teaching is not Problem in teaching is not poor discipline, but poor this… poor discipline, but poor this…

15 15 What is classroom management? What is classroom management? What is classroom management? What is classroom management?

16 16 What is done on this day of school What is done on this day of school will determine the success of the will determine the success of the entire school year entire school year What is done on this day of school What is done on this day of school will determine the success of the will determine the success of the entire school year entire school year

17 17 What is the first day?

18 18 This is the amount of time effective teachers spend This is the amount of time effective teachers spend Teaching students to follow classroom procedures Teaching students to follow classroom procedures At the beginning of the school year. At the beginning of the school year. This is the amount of time effective teachers spend This is the amount of time effective teachers spend Teaching students to follow classroom procedures Teaching students to follow classroom procedures At the beginning of the school year. At the beginning of the school year.

19 19 What is two weeks? What is two weeks? What is two weeks? What is two weeks?

20 20 According to the Wongs, an effective According to the Wongs, an effective teacher needs to establish clearly stated teacher needs to establish clearly stated these, which should be limited to no these, which should be limited to no more than 5 more than 5 According to the Wongs, an effective According to the Wongs, an effective teacher needs to establish clearly stated teacher needs to establish clearly stated these, which should be limited to no these, which should be limited to no more than 5 more than 5

21 21 What are the rules? What are the rules? What are the rules? What are the rules?

22 22 The Wong’s say ineffective teachers The Wong’s say ineffective teachers begin the first day of school begin the first day of school attempting to do this attempting to do this The Wong’s say ineffective teachers The Wong’s say ineffective teachers begin the first day of school begin the first day of school attempting to do this attempting to do this

23 23 What is to teach? What is to teach? What is to teach? What is to teach?

24 24 Survival, belonging, power, Survival, belonging, power, fun and freedom fun and freedom Survival, belonging, power, Survival, belonging, power, fun and freedom fun and freedom

25 25 What are the five basic needs? What are the five basic needs? What are the five basic needs? What are the five basic needs?

26 26 Teachers who provide a stimulating learning Teachers who provide a stimulating learning environment, encourage students, and help environment, encourage students, and help them as much as possible them as much as possible Teachers who provide a stimulating learning Teachers who provide a stimulating learning environment, encourage students, and help environment, encourage students, and help them as much as possible them as much as possible

27 27 What are lead teachers? What are lead teachers? What are lead teachers? What are lead teachers?

28 28 When a teacher criticizes, blames, When a teacher criticizes, blames, complains nags, threatens, punishes, complains nags, threatens, punishes, and even rewards students as a and even rewards students as a way to control them way to control them When a teacher criticizes, blames, When a teacher criticizes, blames, complains nags, threatens, punishes, complains nags, threatens, punishes, and even rewards students as a and even rewards students as a way to control them way to control them

29 29 What are the seven deadly habits? What are the seven deadly habits? What are the seven deadly habits? What are the seven deadly habits?

30 30 Caring, listening, supporting, Caring, listening, supporting, contributing, encouraging, trusting contributing, encouraging, trusting and befriending and befriending Caring, listening, supporting, Caring, listening, supporting, contributing, encouraging, trusting contributing, encouraging, trusting and befriending and befriending

31 31 What are the seven connecting habits? What are the seven connecting habits? What are the seven connecting habits? What are the seven connecting habits?

32 32 The theory that believes organizing The theory that believes organizing Education so it meets students’ needs, Education so it meets students’ needs, holding to Glasser’s belief that doing so holding to Glasser’s belief that doing so is the best way to ensure student is the best way to ensure student involvement and desirable behavior involvement and desirable behavior The theory that believes organizing The theory that believes organizing Education so it meets students’ needs, Education so it meets students’ needs, holding to Glasser’s belief that doing so holding to Glasser’s belief that doing so is the best way to ensure student is the best way to ensure student involvement and desirable behavior involvement and desirable behavior

33 33 What is choice theory? What is choice theory? What is choice theory? What is choice theory?

34 34 This behavior is often characterized This behavior is often characterized by daydreaming and doodling by daydreaming and doodling This behavior is often characterized This behavior is often characterized by daydreaming and doodling by daydreaming and doodling

35 35 What is inattention? What is inattention? What is inattention? What is inattention?

36 36 Teasing, put down, and sarcastic Teasing, put down, and sarcastic Remarks are common with this behavior Remarks are common with this behavior Teasing, put down, and sarcastic Teasing, put down, and sarcastic Remarks are common with this behavior Remarks are common with this behavior

37 37 What is provoking? What is provoking? What is provoking? What is provoking?

38 38 Children with this behavior cannot fully Children with this behavior cannot fully control it due to the signals in their brain control it due to the signals in their brain Children with this behavior cannot fully Children with this behavior cannot fully control it due to the signals in their brain control it due to the signals in their brain

39 39 What is NBB What is NBB (Neurological Based Disorder)? (Neurological Based Disorder)? What is NBB What is NBB (Neurological Based Disorder)? (Neurological Based Disorder)?

40 40 One way of preventing One way of preventing misbehavior is by moving close misbehavior is by moving close to a student is known as to a student is known as One way of preventing One way of preventing misbehavior is by moving close misbehavior is by moving close to a student is known as to a student is known as

41 41 What is physical proximity? What is physical proximity? What is physical proximity? What is physical proximity?

42 42 When correcting misbehavior make When correcting misbehavior make sure to never do anything to sure to never do anything to When correcting misbehavior make When correcting misbehavior make sure to never do anything to sure to never do anything to

43 43 What is embarrass the student? What is embarrass the student? What is embarrass the student? What is embarrass the student?

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45 45 What are the 4 mistaken goals? What are the 4 mistaken goals? What are the 4 mistaken goals? What are the 4 mistaken goals?

46 46 Sense of Belonging Sense of Belonging Sense of Belonging Sense of Belonging

47 47 What is the genuine goal? What is the genuine goal? What is the genuine goal? What is the genuine goal?

48 48 Democratic

49 49 What is the type of classroom What is the type of classroom where learning occurs best? where learning occurs best? What is the type of classroom What is the type of classroom where learning occurs best? where learning occurs best?

50 50 ________is likely to occur ________is likely to occur only in a _________Classroom. only in a _________Classroom. ________is likely to occur ________is likely to occur only in a _________Classroom. only in a _________Classroom.

51 51 Social interest; democratic Social interest; democratic Social interest; democratic Social interest; democratic

52 52 Social Interest Social Interest Social Interest Social Interest

53 53 What is the well-being of all students What is the well-being of all students in the class, including oneself? in the class, including oneself? What is the well-being of all students What is the well-being of all students in the class, including oneself? in the class, including oneself?

54 54 FINAL JEOPARDY: FINAL JEOPARDY: Discipline FINAL JEOPARDY: FINAL JEOPARDY: Discipline

55 55 Guess and Place Wager Guess and Place Wager Guess and Place Wager Guess and Place Wager

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57 57 Thanks from Meagan, Kelley, Liz, Adam and Aaron


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