Classroom Management

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Classroom Management by Mind Map: Classroom Management

1. How do you establish personal accountability within the classroom?

1.1. Create a positive and respectful group atmosphere

1.2. Make students and parents partners in their success

1.3. Use a rubric to get students invested in their work

1.4. Keeping Students Accountable

2. How do you establish behavioral boundaries?

2.1. Set firm but fair behavioral standards at the start of the school year

2.2. If you teach with others, make sure that all members of the instructional team use consistent discipline practices.

2.3. Classroom rules: Keep 'em short and sweet.

2.4. Be a role model.

2.5. Put together a classroom crisis plan.

2.6. Establishing a Positive Classroom Climate: Teacher Advice | Intervention Central

3. What types of discipline are appropriate within a classroom and why?

3.1. Logical Consequences based on the inappropriate action such as, not getting ready to go outside when asked results in decreased recess time.

3.2. Take a few minutes in a quiet corner to regain composure

3.3. You break it, you fix it

3.4. Loss of materials for a specific amount of time

3.5. Logical Consequences in the Classroom - WeAreTeachers

4. How do you set classroom expectations for when you have to have a sub?

4.1. Review classroom expectations the day before.

4.2. Leave a list of suggestions for the sub on how to maintain classroom management: 1. Review school and classroom expectations and discipline policies before class starts. 2. Set the tone by taking control; let the students know you are not a pushover. 3. You are not their friend; it is polite to be kind and smile, but do not be too nice or they will take advantage of you. 4. Do not lose your temper. 5. Do not bribe with food. 6. Make transitions smooth; give a five minute warning. 7. Keep students busy.

4.3. Classroom Management for Substitute Teachers

5. What proactive actions can a teacher take to prevent behavior problems?

5.1. Build Relationships.

5.2. Front Load Expectations

5.3. Active Participation -- Engage Students

5.4. Reinforce Rules and Routines

5.5. Keep a Growth Mindset

6. How many rules are appropriate for each grade level, and what guidelines should be followed when creating them?

6.1. 5-6 classroom rules for Elementary students regardless of grade level

6.2. Few in number, yet applicable in all situations

6.3. They should be positively worded

6.4. They should be clearly stated

6.5. Use age-appropriate vocabulary

6.6. Students help create rules and consequences; this will encourage students to follow the rules

6.7. http://teachingasleadership.org/sites/default/files/How_To/PP/P-5/p5_rules.pdf