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Creating a Classroom Management Plan TemplateClassroom Teacher:Classroom Management Plan Statement of Purpose:All students will feel welcome, safe and will respect everyone. We will encourage each other and will participate actively in class. All students will complete assignments and be ready to learn, every day!Rules (List 3-5):Rule Positive Reinforcements: Rule Consequences:1.1.Eachstudent will be respectful of each other and of the teacher. Students will be given verbal praiseand a punch card. Once the punch card reaches 10 punches, the student will receive extra recess or free iPad time. 1.Verbal warning2.Call home3.DetentionIf the offenseis severe, the student will go straight to detention. Disrespect is never tolerated. 2.2.Each student will keeptheir area tidy and organized.Students will be given verbal praiseand an opportunity for the punch card.1.)Verbal warning2.)Loss of recess3.)Detention3.3.Each student will haveall required supplies for class, including a pencil,paper, and textbook.Although this rule is expected, students will be given verbal praise when necessary. 1.)Verbal warning and the student must go get their supplies.2.)Call home3.)After-school detention4.4.Each student will submit their assignmentson time!Students will be given verbal praise. If their work is exceptional, they will receive a punch in their card.1.)Low academic scores and risk of failing.2.)Call/Note home3.)Conference with principal and parent4.)Credit Recovery5.Classroom Procedures and Routines: In between each bell is a 5-minute window. During this window, students will use the restroom and obtain all needed materials for the class. Whenthe tardy bell rings, each student will complete the bell-ringer which will be listed in a designated area in the classroom. Once the students are finished with their bell-ringer, they will read their Accelerated Reading book until all students are finished with their bell-ringer. Depending on the day, students will either be in whole group instruction, or they will split up into their small group learning centers. At the end of each class, students will complete an ExitTicket on their way out of the door, so that I can compile data for tiered instructional support. Classroom Environmental Considerations: The classroom will remain organized and tidy,
as is expected with each child. I will model cleanliness and organizational skills within my classroom, so that students understand they will be expected to do the same. The classroom will have clearly outlined expectations posted on the walls. The students will also have grade specific bins where they will turn in assignments. Because this is a math classroom, there are visual aides posted around the room as supports for students during notes, assignments and

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Management, Crisis Prevention Institute

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