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Classroom Management Plan

Berin Pach
The following classroom management plan describes the aspects of my
philosophy, procedures, rules, and discipline plan I will be implementing in
my classroom. I feel it is my responsibility to provide a learning environment
where students feel safe, comfortable, and engaged to learn. My
management philosophy reflects off of a few theorists such as Gardner,
Piaget, and especially Skinner. I believe students can really benefit through
providing positive reinforcement of compliments, approval, and
encouragement. Children see, children do, so I will be a primary role model
within my classroom for my students. In this plan I have included a guide of
my rules and routines to describe how I will manage my classroom day to
day.

PRACTICES

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PROCEDURES

I accept, as my responsibility, the task of creating a positive climate in my


classroom and in providing an environment that encourages children towards
positive interaction and cooperative learning.
This involves procedures of multiple areas used in my classroom such as:
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Room Use
Individual Work and Teacher-Led Activities
Transitions in and out of the classroom
Small group instruction
Other general procedures
o Cafeteria
o Playground
o Fire and Disaster Drills
o Classroom Helpers

Student Involvement in Procedures


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Modifications worked out with the class


Modified during the school year
Teacher ultimately has final say

RULES

AND

ROUTINES

Students are expected to


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Follow teacher given directions


Treat others with respect
Not leave with classroom without permission
Walk in the classroom and halls at all times
Keep hands and feet to self

Routines are practices that allow us to meet the rules expectations

PARENT INVOLVEMENT
I strongly believe parent involvement is important in my classroom. Involving
parent to help in my class builds a support system for the student by having
their parent having a connection in their learning process. I will use an open
door policy where parents may come to help with lessons, field trips,
conferences, and class projects.

INTERFACING

WITH BUILDING AND DISTRICT POLICY AND PROCEDURE

I accept as my responsibility the task of following the district policy and


procedures in my classroom that encourages children towards positive
interactions and cooperative learning.

DISCIPLINE PLAN
1. Eye contact and proximity (never do with your mouth what your feet
and eyes can accomplish)
2. Use a silent signal
3. Privately offer a reminder or request
4. If a student is off-task, but not disruptive, give a prompt, stating the
desired behavior
5. If a student doesnt respond to these interventions, tell the student to
stop the inappropriate behavior
6. Provide a cue to the student before inappropriate behavior occurs.
7. Provide frequent physical signals and private acknowledgement for
appropriate behavior.