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Therefore, it is important for the teacher to maintain a variety of data regarding behavior and academics. Providing students with instruction that meets academic needs using a variety of strategies like peer tutoring, choral reading, and graphic organizers can help ensure students are engaged and decrease potential behaviors (Sayeski & Brown, 2014). A teacher must track and assess academic progress to ensure levels are appropriate and do not lead to frustration and other behaviors. A strong classroom management plan is conducive to building positive relationships and in turn helps by reducing the number of challenging behaviors. According to Boynton and
Classroom Management Plan 3 Boynton (n.d.), “developing positive teacher-student relations is one of the most effective steps you can take to establish a positive discipline climate in the classroom.” Building relationships with students and maintaining high expectations for students with exceptionalities is an important ethical consideration when designing a classroom management plan (CEC, 2015).
Classroom Management Plan 3 Resources Boynton, M., & Boynton, C. (n.d.). Educator's Guide to Preventing and Solving Discipline Problems. Retrieved from - Student_Relations.aspx Council for Exceptional Children. (2015). What Every Special Educator Must Know: Professional Ethics and Standards. Arlington, VA: CEC Forte, B., Dr. (n.d.). Legacy Academy of Excellence Charter School [Crisis Management Plan]. Intervention Central (Ed.). (n.d.). How To: Calm the Agitated Student: Tools for Effective Behavior Management. Retrieved from Iris Center (Ed.). (2019). How do you develop an effective behavior management plan? Retrieved from Sayeski, K. L., & Brown, M. R. (2014). Developing a Classroom Management Plan Using a Tiered Approach. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 47 (2), 119-127. doi:10.1177/0040059914553208 The Boggs Center (Ed.). (2015). Classroom Environment Resources. Retrieved from Wheeler, J. J., & Richey, D. D. (2014). Behavior management: Principles and practices of positive behavior supports . Boston: Pearson.

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