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Classroom Management Reflection by Mind Map: Classroom Management
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Classroom Management Reflection

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Procedural management strategies

Opening procedures

Calendar, agenda, homework, greetings

Closing procedures

Clean up, homework, fun activity, announcements

Behavior expectations

Follow classroom/school rules as posted and gone through

Complete 80% of homework

Jobs in Classroom

Clean classroom, Example of Classroom Rules

Sharpen pencils

Line leader

Take attendance

Change calendar

Transitions

Between lessons

End of Day

Restroom

Lunch

Start of Day

Special Events

Privileged or Marginalized Practice

Best Practice: All students are treated equal

Classroom jobs should be random to shed favoritism

Rewards and discipline should be fair for each student or class

Students may choose jobs and awards for relevancy and motivation

Individual Behavior Plan

Short term goals

80% or more completed work

Good behavior results in reward, Example

Long term goals

Respect classmates, teacher

Be less distracted to self and class

Get to appropriate grade level or above

Why this goal?

Student is below grade level and this may stop RTI

Rewards

Student chosen reward (helps motivation)

If student is good (as defined previously), student receives reward

Student chosen reward: Skip one day's worth of homework

Results of Plan

Student's behavior changed to specified objective

Behavioral Model was successful

Behavioral Model used on other students with success

Personal Reflection

Well thought out Individual Behavior Plans Work

Get to know students and what motivates them to learn and complete work

Procedures are very important in elementary, practice them often

Example

Create classroom jobs for students

Have an award system for class to motivate class

Respect and care for each student