Classroom Management

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Classroom Management 344 Dr. Jennifer Briody
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Effective Classroom Management 1. Rules-general expectations 2. Procedures-communicate expectations for specific behaviors What are some examples of rules? What are some examples of procedures?
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Role of Teacher Include students in process Explain rules/procedures Display rules Organize classroom to facilitate order Be consistent Model appropriate behaviors
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Unformatted text preview: Provide feedback to students Categories of Rules & Procedures Behavior Beginning and ending of day Transitions Interruptions Materials and equipment Group work Seat work Which rules & procedures work for Behavior? Beginning and ending of day? Transitions? Interruptions? Materials and equipment? Group work? Seat work?...
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