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Preparing A Plan Classroom Management Plan
10 R Technique
Ten Steps Evaluation
BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT PLANS ARE PLANS THAT EDUCATORS USE TO
TEACH STUDENTS HOW TO CONTROL THEIR BEHAVIOR. AN EFFECTIVE TEACHER DEVISES THIS PLAN TO HELP IN THE ELIMINATION OF DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR TO KEEP AN EFFECTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
FOR ALL STUDENTS. THESE PLANS
REDUCE PROBLEM BEHAVIOR MAY
AFFECT STUDENTS OR OTHERS AND CAUSE DISRUPTION TO THE LEARNING PROCESS IN THE CLASSROOM; AND INCREASE POSITIVE BEHAVIOR NECESSARY TO INTERACT APPROPRIATELY AND SAFELY WITH AND STUDENTS AND PROMOTE ACADEMIC SKILLS.
PREPARING A PLAN
A statement of the behavior targeted for change;
A statement of the short and long-term behavior goal; An explanation of how the behaviors are evaluated.
STEPS IN PREPARING A CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN
DETERMINE SPECIFIC ACTIONS TO BE MANAGE (yelling ect….)
LIST EXPECTATIONS OF BEHAVIORS
DETERMINE CONSENQUENCES FOR UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIORS DISCUSS PLAN WITH STUDENTS LISTEN TO FEEDBACK REVIEW REGULARLY AND CHANGE ACCORDING TO EFFECTIVENESS.
Dissecting your plan!
As an educator after your classroom behavioral plan is made you will
need to separate the behaviors in three categories. These will allow you to identify and educate all involved what you are trying to
accomplish. The following is an example of what a plan could look like. Take any thing you need and fit it to your personal situation. The example will include looking at an educator who has establish a
classroom behavioral plan and one student becomes exhibits aggressive behavior. The technique that will be used is the 10R’s technique.
THE 10-R TECHNIQUE
The pro-social response formation technique, often referred to as the "10-R"
technique was developed by Patrick Sloss to assist in the...