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Extractions: var do_survey = 1; click here Free Trial Member Benefits Sign In Nov 14, 2010 Search: United States Teaching Methods and Management Classroom Management Classroom Discipline (63 resources) From behavioral observation to conflict resolution, the printables and articles below will help you manage classroom discipline. Read veteran teacher's tips and advice on establishing rules and incorporating effective behavior techniques in your classroom. You'll find advice for handling disruptive behavior and environmental interventions for minimizing its effect on other students. Our forms and charts are excellent tools for documenting and tracking your students' behavior. They are particularly helpful references for parent-teacher conferences. A list of proactive measures that can be taken to keep order in your classroom. Enjoy a collection of terrific behavior management tips and advice from experienced educators on behavior management. We hope that every teacher who spends his or her days making a difference in the life of a child will appreciate these choice bits of wisdom.
Physical Education Behavior Management Lesson Plans Lesson Plans for Physical Education teachers that are working with students that could use some reinforcement on proper behavior. They are very useful. http://www.teach-nology.com/teachers/lesson_plans/physical_ed/behave/
Extractions: - Super Ideas View PE Form Set Activity Performance and Forms Workbook PE Teacher Submitted Lesson Plans Athletic Skills PE Subject Matter ... Behavior Savers - To reward and encourage positive behavior. Class of the Week - To encourage students to work together in an effort to be the most well behaved PE group for the week. Directions (N,S,E,W) - To help students learn different directions, to practice making turns, and to help in class management (i.e. lining up). Get A Job - To develop responsibility skills, and to have students develop ownership of their class. Golden Sneaker Award - To encourage students to participate in physical education using the proper behavior.
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Extractions: While the Behavior Survival Guide contains a multitude of activities, caring and competent educators expanded upon the text. These kind folks have allowed their lesson plans to be placed here on BehaviorAdvisor.com for the gratis use of their colleagues... caring and competent professionals like you... people who care about kids with behavior challenges.
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Extractions: Twelve steps teachers can take at the beginning of the year to promote effective classroom management are: Develop a set of written expectations you can live with and enforce. Be consistent. Be consistent. Be consistent. Be patient with yourself and with your students. Make parents your allies. Call early and often. Use the word "concerned." When communicating a concern, be specific and descriptive. Don't talk too much. Use the first 15 minutes of class for lectures or presentations, then get the kids working. Break the class period into two or three different activities. Be sure each activity segues smoothly into the next. Begin at the very beginning of each class period and end at the very end. Don't roll call. Take the roll with your seating chart while students are working. Keep all students actively involved. For example, while a student does a presentation, involve the other students in evaluating it.
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Extractions: We offer full day (6 hour) inservice trainings covering three basic areas: (a) An overview of difficulties associated with Social-Communication Disorders, (b) Behavior management strategies, and (c) social skills training. Inservices involve a Powerpoint presentation, extensive handouts, with live modeling and video presentations of skill lessons. The following depicts the typical content of an inservice training: Understanding Challenging Behaviors in children with autistic spectrum disorders, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and multiple learning disabilities Hierarchy of Behavior Management Strategies: Relationship building and collaborative problem solving Avoiding power struggles How to deal with meltdowns Creating a behavior plan for repeat problems Modifications Replacement skills Reward/loss programs Social Skills Training Components of skills training: Formal skill lessons Generalization strategies Peer sensitivity training Peer-related programs: lunch buddy, lunch bunch, classroom milieu
Extractions: Set of 11 books, sold as a set for $139 and by volume for $15. The Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth lesson series books deliver immediate help to turnaround your troubled, defiant, and challenged youth and children. Created by veteran author and staff professional development trainer, Ruth Herman Wells, M.S. (click to learn about the author), this landmark book set has the improved, cutting-edge techniques you need to prevent and manage even the most serious "kid problems." This series is packed with must-have, creative interventions to stop problems with violence, anger control, withdrawal, non-compliance, poor motivation, school failure, peer conflict, low self-esteem, bad attitudes, truancy, dropping out, and more. These approaches were created to work when conventional approaches fail. For use by anyone who needs more effective methods for difficult or troubled students, these books are designed to work with children and youth in grades K through 12. These books use a quick-access lesson plan format, with 20 lessons per book. Safe Learning magazine reviewed these books in their March/April 2001 issue: "Materials are short, brightly written, useful and full of unconventional wisdom." The Portland Oregonian noted that "Youth Change publishes educational materials designed to teach disruptive students the social skills necessary for good classroom performance." Youth Today Newspaper's review praised the books as offering "good tips on approaching difficult topics." Our
Extractions: Classroom behavior is one of the trickiest issues teachers face today. Disruptive behavior results in lost curriculum time and creates a classroom environment that is not always conducive to learning. One key to nipping behavioral problems in the bud is to promote positive behavior before problems arise. This takes some planning, but the following article will provide you with practical tips to help you lay a foundation for positive classroom behavior. It probably won't surprise you that classroom control/discipline is rated among the top four challenges teachers face in public schools today.
Get Your ANGRIES Out - Bully Behavior Lesson Plans Got mads? Get 'em out! Constructive anger management techniques for children, parents, couples, adults and teachers. Award winning site with writein features about using anger http://www.angriesout.com/bullylessons.htm
Extractions: BULLY BEHAVIOR LESSON PLANS Children need skills of expressing their negative feelings in a safe ways. Young people are hungry for tools to deal with conflict. Children who are adept at positive social interactions feel more in control of their lives. Social skill training increases self esteem and the ability to solve problems. Social skills are easy to present in groups. They are fun to teach. Children can learn to reconnect with positive values of treating each other with respect and taking responsibility for their own behavior. Stopping Egg Ons and bully behavior is one of the most important skills today's children can learn. These are new times. New times require new ways of reaching and supporting children. Fun, short, snappy interventions are needed to stress respecting each other and living peacefully. RememberChildren are as strong, independent and caring as their social skills!
Extractions: zWASL=1;zGRH=1 zJs=10 zJs=11 zJs=12 zJs=13 zc(5,'jsc',zJs,9999999,'') zDO=0 Home Education Elementary Education Search By Beth Lewis , About.com Guide zSB(3,3) Teaching Rule #1: Classrooms Need Rules. When designing your classroom rules, keep in mind that your rules must be: And then comes the most important part... you must be consistent in enforcing them all the time, with every student, using predictable and delineated consequences. Some teachers suggest writing the class rules with your students, using their input to create "buy-in" and cooperation. Consider the benefits, though, of strong, teacher-determined rules that are not viewed as negotiable by the people who must follow them. Weigh the pros and cons before deciding which method to employ. State your rules in the positive (no "don'ts") and expect the best from your students. They will rise to the high expectations you set starting from the first minute of the first day of the school year.
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Classroom Management Resources - EDUC 408 The following links are courtesy of Dr. Tom McIntyre (Hunter College, CUNY) Thanks, Dr. Mac Tips on managing student behavior. Basic behavior management tips http://home.manhattan.edu/~peter.mccarthy/408/mgt.html
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Extractions: The Nurtured Heart Approach is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically for children with ADHD and other challenging behaviors to facilitate parenting and classroom success. These methods have helped thousands of families to transform their child from using their intensity in primarily negative ways to using their intensity in beautifully creative and constructive ways. This approach has also helped teachers and other school personnel to have a dramatically positive effect on all children. Alfie Kohn Number One MUST read for all Teachers and Parents in my opinion! Links to his books; Beyond Discipline:From Compiance to Community, No Contest:The Case Against Competition, Punished By Rewards, The Schools Our Children Deserve: Moving Beyond Traditional Classrooms and "Tougher Standards". There are also many articles offered online for Parents, Teachers and Managers, along with a schedule of his Lectures. A WONDERFUL site if you're wanting to rethink the how's and why's of what we do as parents and teachers, and REALLY want to find a better way to work with children to help them reach their goals! The Center For Effective Discipline