Classroom Management

Classroom Management - IV Discipline a When should a student be disciplined i When they are definitely out of line 1 Don’t Nag Don’t Over-React

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Classroom Management Focus : Question: “What makes-up classroom management?” Me/You/Us E-Moment – Think-Pair-Share I. Different aspects of Classroom Management : a. Discipline b. Evaluation c. Organization d. “Presence” e. Your Rules f. How to “Treat” Students II. Rule #1: Follow Your District’s Policies : a. Follow policies for: i. Discipline ii. Evaluation iii. Late work iv. Etc. 1. Attendance, travel, daily routines v. District policies are there to assist you and protect the school, but they can hurt you if they are not followed. III. Rule #2: Engage Your Students and You Will Have Few Problems : a. Build it and they will come. Teach them and they will learn! i. Keep students engaged and active ii. Idle minds are………. iii. Teaching, activities, projects 1. All of these must have purpose and value to the student.
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Unformatted text preview: IV. Discipline : a. When should a student be disciplined? i. When they are definitely out of line. 1. Don’t Nag! Don’t Over-React! b. Corporal Punishment. What is Corporal Punishment? i. Defined: Any physical punishment. ii. List types of corporal punishment c. How to discipline a student? i. Discuss rules & consequences ii. Develop a clear set of rules and consequences. 1. Get a plan, implement it, and stick with it! d. How not to discipline a student? Notes : Have students in the class engage in the focus, then carry them into the lesson. List Each. You give Rules #1 & 2. Following the rules utilize the Go & Get It Moment to teach the components of Classroom Management...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course AGSD 420 taught by Professor Kylemcgregor during the Spring '11 term at Tarleton.

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Classroom Management - IV Discipline a When should a student be disciplined i When they are definitely out of line 1 Don’t Nag Don’t Over-React

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