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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 Plan3Boynton (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 Plan3ResourcesBoynton, M., & Boynton, C. (n.d.). Educator's Guide to Preventing and Solving Discipline Problems. Retrieved from -Student_Relations.aspxCouncil for Exceptional Children. (2015). What Every Special Educator Must Know: Professional Ethics and Standards. Arlington, VA: CECForte, 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:10.1177/0040059914553208The 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.