Classroom Management Plan

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Running head: Management Plan

Problem Prevention Plan
Liberty University
Dawn Whaley

Running head: Management Plan

A classroom management plan is an essential part of every classroom. Students need to be in an environment that promotes respect for everyone so that the students can feel comfortable when they make mistakes. A good management plan sets the expectations for the school year. The focus of my management plan is on preventing problems by keeping the students actively engaged in the lessons being presented. Having a good classroom management plan is the foundation for learning, without it the students would not be able to learn. I am currently teaching second grade so this is a summary of what I do in my classroom.

I begin each first day of school by guiding the students to come up with classroom rules as a class. I already have in mind what rules I want; however, I believe that the students should feel involved in the workings of the classroom. We talk about using an inside voice, raising your hand and waiting to be called on, keeping your hands and feet to yourself and using nice words. I also introduce the behavior chart that looks like a stop light. Most students are already familiar with green, yellow, and red and I address what each means. Green is great day, yellow means needs reminders, and red means needs improvement. Our school has a program that is school wide that rewards positive behavior. The students get pink slips when they are demonstrating good behavior which can be used in our Bobcat Store. The teacher also picks the best of the Bobcats and they are rewarded every nine weeks with cupcakes and a movie.

Each school year I spend a lot of time developing the classroom procedures. I want to be consistent with my students. I feel this helps the students stay organized and they know what I expect as far as transitions to other subjects or even within a lesson. I allow the students to come up with the consequence for behavior...