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EDU-218, Classroom Rules and Routines & Procedures Exercise, 3.28.

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Classroom Rules and Routines & Procedures Exercise

Name: Abby Gruver Date: 4/07/19 Grade Level: Kindergarten

Total points possible for 2 Charts and 2 Final reflection questions = 100.

RULES

Grading: 5 points for each section x 6 sections = 30 points


# Name of Rule Description: Be specific about the context School
(circumstances) and how it is connected to a wide,
behavior Classroom
or both
1 General Classroom 1. Don’t talk when the teacher is talking. Both
To be posted 2. Be respectful when other students are talking.
3. Treat people the way you want to be treated.
4. No fighting or calling people names.
5. Raise your hand when you want to talk.
2 Positive 1. Hand out play dollars for when a student does the Classroom
reinforcements right thing or listens. After the student gets $10 in
fake money then they are able to get a prize. The
What situations? longer they hold on to the money the bigger the
prize.

2. Positive words of encouragement like, “I am proud


of you for listening to directions” or “Great job!”.

3. Giving high fives or fist pumps when a student


gets to work right away or helps another student.

3 Consequences 1. If a student isn’t obeying the rules then they Classroom


change a color. For instance, yellow is a warning and
What for? (Not 5-minutes of recess and red is call a parent and no
necessarily punitive, recess.
may be ‘logical
consequences’ of 2. If a student is fighting with another student. Then
actions) pull both student’s aside and talk through the
situation and take away 10-minutes of recess for
both of them.

3. If a student is talking when the teacher or another


student is talking, have them go back to their desk
and put their head down for the rest of the time. After
the section is done pull the student aside and chat
with them about what is expected.

4 Peer mentoring Peer mentoring can be used when a student is Both


struggling more than another student. This can be

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For what situations helpful because it would be coming from another


is this appropriate?student’s perspective and not the teacher’s
perspective.
5 Homework and late 1. If an assignment is a day late have the student Both
assignments policies explain what happened and give them another day to
do it, but take away 5 minutes of recess.

2. If an assignment is a couple days late (2-4) have


the student explain again what happened and have
them stay inside for 10 minutes of recess and help
them get started on the homework.

3. If an assignment is a week late have the student


explain why they didn’t get it done, have the student
do it during recess and send a note or email to
parents.
6 Other behavioral 1. If a student is having continual anger outbursts set School -
issues up a time with the student’s parents and principal and wide
(Circumstances for talk about the situation. To find out if there should be
principal, parent, professional help.
professional,
involvement) 2. If a student hits the teacher have the student
report to the principal’s office and have the parents
come in for a meeting. This meeting would be to
discuss the punishment for the child and to find the
reasons for the behavior.

3. If a student is always getting into fights or hurting


other students. Have the student call their parents
and explain what is happening. Then set up a time
with the parents and principal to discuss the
punishment and what is going on.

Routines and Procedures

Grading: 5 points for each section x 8 sections = 40 points


# Name Routine Full, Detailed Description of Procedures School
or Procedure wide,
Classroom
or both
1 Mornings - When each student enters the classroom, greet them by Classroom
arrival saying hello or good morning. Ask them about their night
or weekend and tell them what station they should go to
before everyone gets to school or back from breakfast.
2 Group time For each group time lesson have the student’s either sit in Classroom
their desks or on the carpet, whichever is appropriative for
the lesson.
3 Student Jobs Each morning change the jobs which are line leader, Classroom

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caboose, room monitor, and paper passer. Every student


will get to do one of these at some point in time.
4 Station Rotation/ For every station during the day clap or use a bell to tell Classroom
Transitions to the students it’s time to change.
Specials For transitions to specials have students grab their tennis
shoes for P.E. or just get in line for art or music. Then
escort the students to the appropriative destination.
5 Bathroom Usually the classroom has a bathroom in it, so students Classroom
are just able to ask and then go.
6 At Recess Have the students grab the appropriative clothing Classroom
depending on the weather and then escort them down to
the recess doors. If the teacher is on recess duty then the
teacher will go outside, if not then the teacher will go back
to their room and wait however long the recess is.
7 At Lunch Have all the students wash their hands and grab their School –
lunch tickets. Then have everyone line up and escort them Wide
down to the lunch line.
8 Dismissal - end Have the kids line up and escort them to the buses. As Classroom
of the day each student is getting on the bus say good bye and offer
a hug or high five.
Note: These charts are useful for planning purposes. However, they do not serve as an exhaustive list
of all possible classroom rules and procedures. Unless a teacher has their own classroom, one
cannot know all of the possibilities specific to their own students.

Final Reflection Grading: 15 points for each answer = 30 total points (One paragraph for
each question about 5 sentences each)

1. What is the connection between the first chart: “Rules”, and the second chart: “Routines
and Procedures”? In other words, do you think clearly organized and maintained Routines
and Procedures if observed daily in a classroom leads to an improvement in following the
rules?

The connection between rules and routines and procedures would be that they go
hand in hand. Routines and procedures help students get in a daily routine which helps them
succeed in doing the right thing. Doing the same thing over and over again leaves no room
for students to misbehave. When a student gets rewarded they feel good about themselves
and want to keep excelling. If there is a routine and expectations are clearly outlined it gives
the student a better chance for success.

2. Also, some students may think that the idea of ‘rules’ in a negative light. How can a
teacher justify having rules in her/his classroom to students with such a thought? How can
rules actually shape a positive experience in the classroom?

Having rules in a classroom is a necessity. Without rules things could go bad in a


matter of minutes, student’s need structure and that’s what rules do. Rules allow fun to

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happen in the classroom. Without rules students won’t listen to the teacher and may start
fighting with other students. With no rules things in the classroom would never get done.