Classroom Management

Classroom Management - CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT What makes­up...

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Unformatted text preview: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT What makes­up classroom management? What are the Different Aspects of Classroom Management? • • • • • • Discipline: Evaluation: Organization: Your “Presence”: Your Rules: How to Treat Students: Rule #1 • Follow Your District’s Policies: • • • • Discipline Evaluation Late Work Etc. • These rules are established to assist you and protect the school, but they can hurt you if not followed. Rule #2: Engage Students • Engaged students create few problems. • Idle minds……. • Students must value what you teach! Discipline • When should a student be disciplined? • Corporal Punishment: • What is corporal punishment? • How to Discipline a Student: • How not to Discipline a Student: • Creative forms of Discipline: Evaluation • What are your goals for student learning? • This will many times drive your evaluation. • Selecting a Method of Evaluation: • Be Fair: • • • • • Give Fair Tests Give Fair Warning Review! Be Consistent Re­Test Organization • • • Students LIKE Structure! Students LIKE Consistency! Students need you to be Organized! • You can’t ask them to be what you are not! • What are areas that need to be neat and organized? • What are the times of the year that you should plan ahead for? • What are some tools to help you? Your “Presence” Your Rules • Establishing The Line In The Sand: • • • General Do’s and Don’ts Treat each student the same. Be Consistent and Follow­Through ALWAYS! • Can you have different sets of Rules? • Classroom Rules: • Traveling Rules • Social Rules: • Hotel Rules: • Make friends with parents! How Do You Treat Students? • First Semester? • Expect the Pinnacle and they might surprise you with the Orbital! • Professional Distance: • Do you need more friends? • • • • • Who is the BOSS? BE FAIR & CONSISTENT & GOOD TO THEM! • “You can’t put toothpaste back in the tube” Avoid Favoritism: Always add RESPECT and they will return the favor. Say THANK YOU! • When not to say it? Virtues Statements • Acknowledgements: • Guidance: • Corrections: Virtues • Assertiveness, Caring, Cleanliness, Commitment, Compassion, Confidence, Consideration, Cooperation, Courage, Courtesy, Creativity, Detachment, Determination, Diligence, Enthusiasm, Excellence, Flexibility, Forgiveness, Friendliness, Generosity, Gentleness, Helpfulness, Honesty, Honor, Humility, Idealism, Integrity, Joyfulness, Justice, Kindness, Love, Loyalty, Moderation, Modesty, Orderliness, Patience, Peacefulness, Perseverance, Purposefulness, Reliability, Respect, Responsibility, Self-discipline, Service, Tact, Thankfulness, Tolerance, Trust, Trustworthiness, Truthfulness, Understanding, Unity TTAG- Five Step Verbal Call-Down Five 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Quotes from Jerry Stockton “A Bunch Of Registered Monkeys At A Nude Circus” • How students act if you leave the room “Free Love & Nickel Beer” Coed students on a trip “He Dropped His Packing” Referring to Chewing a Student Out “Did the Croup-de Graw on His Did Butt” Butt” Corporal Punishment “They will wear a jock strap and They a T-shirt” T-shirt” The need for you to watch the dress-code “They’ll re-trench and dig fox holes in They’ll the classroom” the Wild Classes and not being able to regain control “Some of them will break wind if you Some don’t watch them” don’t Things students do in the classroom “Tuff’ern a wood hauler’s butt” The way you have to be with some students “Hump-up and take it” When you or kids make a mistake “Watch’em in the Spring of the year Watch’em they begin to cycle” they Teenage Students Don Henson’isms AST ­ Goldthwaite, Texas “They can shoot you, but they can’t eat you” Administration “Arm pit smelling contest” You be the adult “Compost hitting the rotating mechanical device” Students getting in trouble “Knocked’em naked and stole their clothes” Being tuff on a group of kids “Doesn’t know straighten­up from a bull calf” Kids that don’t know how to behave “Compost Thunderstorm” Prayer Meeting/Come to Jesus Meeting “On his butt like a bad paint job” Chewing a student out “Don’t blow smoke up my dress! I have been 17 before, you’ve never been 56.” Students trying to slip one by “If you ain’t motivated by some sense If of duty, then you probably don’t need to be a teacher!” to Don Henson ...
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