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What are the characteristics of classrooms?
Classrooms are multidimensional, faced paced, and immediate, unpredictable, public, and affected by the history of stuents' and teachers' actions.
Age Related Needs
kindergarten direct teaching of rules and procedures
middle elementary new procedures need to be taught directly
late elementary deal productively with disruptions motivate students
high school manage cirriculum, fit material to student interests and abilities, help students self manage
Dealing with Discipline Problems
Make eye contact with, or move toward the student
Try verbal hints like name dropping
Ask students if they are aware of the negative effects of their actions
Remind students of the procedures and have them follow it correctly
Ask student to state the correct rule
Tell the student to stop the behavior
Offer a choice
"I" message
clear, nonaccusatory statement of how something is affecting you.
policy whereby listeners must accurately summarize what a speaker has said before being allowed to respond
Diagnosis: Who's problem is it?
if you cannot accept the student's behavior because it has a serious effect on you as a teacher if you are blocked from reaching your gols by the students actions then you own the problem. if the problem is getting in the student's way but doesn't interfere with your teaching, then it's the student's problem
Classroom arrangements
territorial (traditional classroom arrangement) and functional (dividing space into interest or work areas)
flexibility is key
Rules and Procedures
rules are the specific do's and don'ts of classroom life usually written down or posted. procedures cover administrative tasks, student movement, housekeeping, routines for running lessons, interactions between students and teachers and interactions among students
Consequences should be established for following and breaking the rules and procedures so that the teacher and the students know what will happen.