WHY ARE RELATIONSHIPS IMPORTANT AND HOW DO WE BUILD THEM?

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WHY ARE RELATIONSHIPS IMPORTANT AND HOW DO WE BUILD THEM? FIRST, WE HAVE TO TALK DISCIPLINE Effective student learning requires a classroom environment in which students feel: 1.Safe 2.Respected 3.Understood THAT BEING SAID Now, you will determine the rules for your class. RULES AND ROUTINES 1.Clear/Few 2.Fair 3.Enforced 4 Important Questions to Consider 1)How do you want me to treat you? 2)How do you want your classmates to treat you? 3)How do you think I want to be treated? 4)How is learning disrupted during class? WE HAVE TO DETERMINE OUR NON-NEGOTIABLES FIRST. MineHow I want you to treat me: No talking when Im talking. No sleeping during class. No cell phones/iPads out/used without my permission. Now meet with your groups and discuss your non-negotiables regarding the 3 questions: How do you want me to treat you? How do you want your classmates to treat you? How do you think I want to be treated? We are in this together... From book, Never Work Harder than your Students, Robyn R. Jackson My work as your teacherYour work as the learner Provide the necessary supplies.Come to class prepared. Provide clear directions and explicitly stated directions.Follow directions and ask questions when directions seem unclear. Structure the physical environment to increase the likelihood that students will remain engaged and will learn. Respect the physical environment and take care of it. Determine learning outcomes and evidence of mastery.Use learning outcomes to set personal learning goals and demonstrate mastery. Break the curriculum into manageable learning units.Engage in curriculum units and complete work on time. Decide on timing and pacing and make adjustments as necessary. Provide feedback on timing and pacing letting teacher know when things are going too fast or too slowly. Help students relate the content to their own lives.Look for ways to relate the content to your own life. Facilitate learning.Actively make meaning by examining what you are learning, connecting ideas asking clarifying questions, and problem solving. Check for understand and adjust instruction accordingly.Let the teacher know when you dont get it. Provide support when students dont get it.Ask for help, try, and persevere. Provide direct instruction in facts, discrete knowledge, skills and techniques. Observe, listen, take notes, ask clarifying questions, and practice. Coach students toward better performance.Listen, reflect, retry and refine performance. Provide growth-oriented feedback.Use feedback to improve learning. Create a respectful learning environment.Respect yourself and other students. CONSIDER THESE RESPONSIBILITIES BEFORE WE CONTINUE, LETS EDUCATE OURSELVES ON CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Watch this video on using humor in the classroom...Watch this video on using humor in the classroom... AND READ THIS ARTICLE... BEFORE WE CONTINUE, LETS EDUCATE OURSELVES ON CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Watch this video on establishing classroom culture...Watch this video on establishing classroom culture... AND READ THIS ARTICLE... BEFORE WE CONTINUE, LETS EDUCATE OURSELVES ON CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Watch this video on building teacher-student relationships...Watch this video on building teacher-student relationships... In your groups, complete the charts. READ THIS ARTICLE... BEFORE WE CONTINUE, LETS EDUCATE OURSELVES ON CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Watch this video on building a comfortable classroom...Watch this video on building a comfortable classroom... ALSO CONSIDER IN YOUR PLAN... Do you want to include some type of positive incentive for discipline? Add more information, if necessary. Random Video CLASS DISCUSSION In order for our class discussion to be effective, it helps to hold online class discussions. Your online discussions will be help in Schoology. Rules for Class Discussions Virtual or Actual 1.Use proper grammar/spelling. 2.When responding to classmate, state his/her name before stating your comment/response. 3.Always be polite, even when disagreeing. ondarysol utionsblo g.com/vid eo- tutorial- collaboriz e- classroo m-online- discussio n-forum/ CLASS MEETING What are the rules for our class?