Behaviormanagement

Behaviormanagement - Poster Session Dates Section 1 Monday,...

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Poster Session Dates Section 1 Monday, December 13, 7:30-9:30pm Section 2 Tuesday, December 14, 2:45-4:45pm
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NCATE Dispositions to Remember BELIEVE THAT ALL CHILDREN CAN LEARN SOCIAL EQUITY AND JUSTICE
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Public Law and Behavior Management PL 94-142 - The Education for All Handicapped Children’s Act of 1975 PL 99-457 - The Education of the Handicapped Act Amendments of 1986 PL 101-476 - Individuals with Disabilities Education Act PL 101-336- American with Disabilities Act.
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Considerations in changing learner behavior Teacher philosophy about behavior change … Impacts how a teacher manages behavior Social value of the behavior Context of behavior Pavlov Skinner
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According to Skinner: “We are on the verge of a new educational method a new pedagogy in which the teacher will emerge as a skilled behavioral engineer. He will be able to analyze the contingencies which will arise in his classroom and design and set up improved versions. He will know what is to be done and will have the satisfaction of knowing that he has done it.” Skinner … A teacher arranges contingencies under which a student acquires behavior which will be useful to him later on.
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What is Behavior Management? All action (and inaction) a teacher engages in that enhances the probability that children, individually and in groups, will develop effective skills that are productive and socially acceptable Behavior management is a complex set of skills that must be planned, implemented, and evaluated often in an ongoing effort to provide an effective education for all students
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Definition of Behavior Management When effectively implemented behavior management is: Comprehensive rather than piecemeal part of the overall tactics of teaching Proactive rather than reactive sets the occasion for student success Positive rather than negative is designed to teach students new skills Inclusive rather than exclusive includes ALL relevant people (students, parents, and other school personnel)
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Purpose of Behavior Management To maintain a well run and cohesive classroom in which all students will learn The ultimate goal of behavior management is to transfer control of teacher maintained contingencies to student self-discipline
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Antecedents: Events that precede the behavior Help to determine the way a behavior will occur Importance: Must be planned to obtain desired student responses. Maximize the probability that only
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3600 taught by Professor Frankmullins during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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