Identify the Behavior Behavior: It helps teachers and administrators to avoid generalizing and enables them to zero in on the behavior they want to change. It also helps in describing the specific problem behavior to the student, colleague, and parents. Understand the Effects Effects:
Many teachers across the world shared the systems they use in their classroom.
If you are just starting out with your teaching job, I suggest you read them all and pick and choose an idea that would work best for you. Make the choosen idea fit your needs. When designing your behavior management system keep in mind the three C's; consistencycaring, and community.
I, too, incorporate many different things into my classroom management plan. For my main plan, I find the "pull a card" system works the best. I love it, because it allows me to be fair and it enables me to discipline without anger or emotion.
Also, I can easily fit both negative and positive consequences into this plan. I also do "group points. At the end of the week, the group with the most points gets to eat lunch with me in the classroom To get the kids to settle down quickly I.
Sometimes I'll say "One, two, three For an academic incentive, I do "chance cards. At the end of the week, all chance cards are thrown out.
Funny, never thought that I would, but it seems to work great- sometimes better than with older kids. I have a chart on the wall with a pocket for each child. I make the pockets from library card holders. I attach them with paper clips poked through the tagboard so that I don't have to make a new chart each year, I just get new card holders.
Across the top are 5 colored faces ellision cut outs: Each pocket has 5 bears corresponding to these face colors. Everyone starts on yellow everyday. Verbal warnings are tried, and sometimes I may do a quiet time without changing the color in the pocket. There is a growing set of conserquences with each color change.
Most of the time once a child gets to green 2 changes the child chooses to change. Green will result in a note or phone call home that same day to the child's parent. Every child has a behavior progress report. On the right side of the folder is a piece of paper with those faces going across the top made with microsoft word and then the week ending dates for that quarter typed in.
Next to each date is 6 boxes- 5 smaller ones, 1 per day of the week. I used a marker to color in that child's color for the day. The 6 box is for parent signature. Folders are sent home every Friday to be returned monday. I send home a letter, with periodic followups, to encourage parents to calmly discuss the reasons for the behavior and to talk about the difference between home and school rules which seems to be my biggest problem year after year.Teaching Self Management Skills.
What is a self management plan? Self-management plans are used to teach students to independently complete tasks and take an active role in monitoring and reinforcing their own behavior. WHAT IS CONTINGENCY MANAGEMENT?
Contingency management is based on the principle that behavior is a function of its consequences. That is, what people do – how they behave – is related in a predictable way to the consequences of their behavior. Children under the age of 12 with sexual behavior problems have been given increasing attention in professional literature.
It is difficult to determine whether greater numbers of these cases are due to an actual increase in problematic sexual behaviors in children, or an increased awareness and identification of these behaviors when they occur. Information for parents on how tactical ignoring of attention-seeking behaviors can be used in a Behavior Management Program for children with Asperger's syndrome or Autism.
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Welcome. The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) and the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling at UK (SERC) collaborated on this Web page on student behavior for many years.
The purpose is to provide a format that allows school personnel, parents, and other professionals to gain access to information, to share effective practices, and to receive ongoing consultation.