Designing and teaching classroom behavioral expectations

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  • Designing and Teaching Classroom Behavioral Expectations

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  • Sprague & Golly (2012)Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

  • What will we do in this Topic?

    Develop positive classroom rules and understand how they contribute to effective classroom management.Link these rules to the school wide rules.Sprague & Golly (2012)Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

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  • Effective Classroom ExpectationsThe purpose or goal of classroom expectations is to let the students know what is acceptable behavior under specific circumstances.The focus is on the clarity, consistency, and precision of the expectation - and its application.

    Sprague & Golly (2012)Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

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  • Designing & Teaching Classroom Rules: Be Clear!What do you want to see?

    You must be able to demonstrate/model expected behavior.What do you want to hear?

    You must be able to demonstrate the meaning of such expectations as, quiet voices or whispering.Sprague & Golly (2012)Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

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  • When Setting Classroom ExpectationsState them in a positive wayWhat behaviors do you want to see?Keep expectations clear. Use clear and concise examples.Display publicly so students can easily see them.Establish classroom expectations immediately- on the first day!Teach and review them often.Sprague & Golly (2012)Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

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  • Some Common Universal Classroom RulesFollow directions the first time asked.Raise your hand to speak.Keep hands, feet, and objects to self.Be Safe, Responsible, and Respectful.Be Prepared and Do Your Best.

    Sprague & Golly (2012)Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

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  • Teaching Classroom RulesGive reason for the rule.Show the rule through example and non-example.Practice the rule with a small group while others observe.Practice rule with entire class.Monitor and reinforce when rule is being followed.Review when necessary.

    Sprague & Golly (2012)Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

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  • When Teaching and Maintaining Classroom RulesReview regularly and edit them; dont wait for a crisis.Re-teach!Monitor and reinforce when a rule is followed.Apply expectations consistently to each and every student.

    Sprague & Golly (2012)Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

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  • Umbrella Rules Apply in School and the Classroom!Be SafeBe RespectfulBe Responsible

    Use the next slide as a template to help you clarify your expectations.

    Sprague & Golly (2012)Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

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  • Best Behavior: Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools (www.soprislearning.com)

    Expectations for:SafeRespectfulResponsibleTeachers DeskMaterialsEnter and ExitFree TimeAsking for HelpQuiet TimeSeat WorkDrinksBathroomAdditional Expectations:

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