CHP 11 Effective Learning Environments

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CHP 11 Effective Learning Environments by Mind Map: CHP 11 Effective Learning Environments

1. Effective Learning environment

1.1. Classroom Management: Strategies to provide effective learning environment

1.1.1. Effective Intrustruction

1.1.2. Discipline: methods used to prevent behavior

2. Impact of Time on Learning

2.1. Engaged Time vs Time on Task

2.1.1. minutes spent learning

2.2. Allocated Time for Instruction

2.2.1. Time is limited in school: 6 Hours/day for 180 Days

2.2.2. Studies: 60% spent actually learning math in math class

2.2.3. Available Instruction time: allocated time

2.2.4. Preventing Lost Time: Snow days, standardized tests -out of our control

2.2.5. make good use of class time Start class on time Have class routine/ procedure rapid pace on instruction & minimize discipline (glances, finger to lips)

2.2.6. Do not overdue time on task

2.3. Teach engaging lessons

2.3.1. make class interesting emphasize class interaction

2.3.2. Managing transitions Clear transitions, make transitions Maintain group focus accountability, all students prepared group alerting, question strategies

2.3.3. Maintain group focus w/seatwork monitor activities

2.3.4. Overlapping Continue lesson while dealing with behavior

3. Classroom Management w/ Student Centered Learning

3.1. Students work with each other on work, open ended projects, writing experimenting

4. Effective Classroom Management

4.1. Effective planning and groundwork

4.2. All grade levels grasp principles differently

4.3. Start out the year right

4.3.1. Have specific lesson plan, rules, procedures

4.3.2. Class managers work with everyone, remained involved introduce and discuss class rules respond and stop behaviors

4.4. Set Class Rules

4.4.1. Be courteous, respectful, be on task, raise hand

5. Manage Misbehavior

5.1. Minimize time dealing with interruptions

5.1.1. healthy classroom w/ respect

5.2. Principle of Least Intervention

5.2.1. correct behaviors while using simplest intervention

5.2.2. Praise good behaviors, praise other students, verbal reminders positive affirmations

5.3. Prevention

5.3.1. make class interesting, set class rules, motivators to behave properly Vary lessons

5.3.2. Repeated reminders

5.4. Nonverbal Cues

5.4.1. eye contact, do not stop class instruction

5.5. Apply Consequences

5.5.1. Follow through, students will comply

6. Applied Behavior Analysis

6.1. strategies for dealing and preventing behaviors

6.2. Motivators for behaviors: Teachers attention/ Peer's attention

6.2.1. Misbehave to receive that reinforcement

6.2.2. Escape behaviors: Misbehave to get out of doing aversive work Behavior Modification provide antecedents and conseqeunces Group Contingencies: Entire class do not reinforce

6.3. Identify target bx, baseline, reinforcer, punisher, observations, management

6.3.1. Do not over use punishment, provide reason, never physical!

6.4. Homebased: report cards/ daily and weekly

7. Preventing Serious Behavior

7.1. Preventative Programs

7.1.1. play proscocial roles,volunteer, tutor, be a leader: reduce need to act out

7.2. Identify cause

7.2.1. target why student is acting out and go from there

7.3. Enforce Rules/Practices

7.3.1. expectations and rules clear

7.4. enforce attendance

7.4.1. truancy/ delinquency

7.5. Practicing Intervention

7.5.1. reduce inappropriate bx

7.6. Request Family Involvement

7.6.1. involve home life with serious behavior

7.7. Peer Meditation

7.7.1. Resolve conflict with peers

7.8. Confront Bullying

7.8.1. Torment among peers anti bullying policy educate about bullying is

7.8.2. Judiciously apply conseqeunces avoid suspending and explusion- do not want truancy student must be reaccepted into class student must be reaccepted into class