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Manuel Reyes-Leon Classroom Management (Part 2): Developing Your Own Comprehensive Behavior Management Plan Take some time now to answer the following questions. Please note that the IRIS Center does not collect your Assessment responses. If this is a course assignment, you should turn them in to your professor using whatever method he or she requires. If you have trouble answering any of the questions, go back and review the Perspectives & Resources pages in this Module. 1. At the beginning of the school year, you created a classroom behavior management plan, and for the most part it has been working well. Lately, however, you’ve noticed a number of students eating candy and chewing gum during class. List two changes that you could make to your behavior plan to address this increasingly problematic behavior. I would make sure to state the rules on eating during class more clearly as well as reminding the students of consequences. I would also increase the consequence probability just to make sure that students do not think it is something that rarely occurs thus bringing back reminder through action. 2. Most teachers create procedures for routine activities (e.g., walking in the hallway, going to the restroom). Just as important are procedures for less-frequent activities (e.g., attending an assembly, responding to a fire or tornado drill). Select a less-frequent activity and write out a new procedure to address it.
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  • Fall '17
  • dr. joy
  • Management, behavior management plan, Laurent Cantet

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