Mod 2 - 1.pdf - Slide 1 Creating Safe and Supportive Learning Environments Module 2 Creating Safe and Supportive Learning Environments Module 2

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Slide 1 Creating Safe and Supportive Learning Environments Module 2 Classroom Management Creating Safe and Supportive Learning Environments Module 2: Classroom Management Part 1: The Research Base Slide 2 “The solution to adult problems tomorrow depends in large measure upon the way our children grow up today.” Margaret Mead Creating Safe and Supportive Learning Environments Margaret Mead said, “The solution to adult problems tomorrow depends in large measure upon the way our children grow up today.” How our children grow, how they learn at the preschool and kindergarten levels, are very predictive of both academic and behavioral outcomes as it relates to middle school and high school. So we need to think about the Positive Behavioral Support System and our classroom management from the early elementary all the way through the high school level. Slide 3 We will put classroom management into the context of: the research-based and functional components of successful classrooms and successful social skills instruction. how to teach, prompt, reinforce, and infuse social skills and classroom/building routines. Advanced Organizer This week, we’re going to talk about classroom management in the context of the component parts of an effective classroom, as well as how it relates to social skills instruction. We’re going to talk about how to teach, prompt, reinforce, and infuse social skills from both a behavioral perspective for kids, as well as from the perspective of classroom and building routines.
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Slide 4 Skill Accountability Consistency Special Situations The Core of the PBSS So, relative to Positive Behavioral Support Systems, we have four component parts: Skill, accountability, consistency, and special situations. This week, we’re going to focus on the social skills component. Slide 5 Positive school and classroom climates Effective instructional grouping Effective academic (differentiated) instruction Student instruction in their “Zones of Success” Well-designed and implemented progress monitoring and authentic assessment systems Effective classroom management Social skills instruction and use Effective student motivation and behavioral accountability approaches Consistency Modifications, remediations, accommodations Early academic and behavioral intervention Scientifically-Based Effective Classrooms First, let’s talk about the scientifically - based components of an effective classroom. The first component part, positive school and classroom climate; five positive interactions for every negative interaction for every student in the classroom and across the school. We need to make sure that our effective classroom has effective instructional groupings, so that when we do differentiated instruction , we’re actually targeting those groups and maximizing our academic outcomes.
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  • Winter '17
  • kim sethna

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