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Effective Classroom Practices


Effective classroom managers are known not only by what they do when misbehavior occurs, but by what they do to set their classrooms up for academic success and to prevent problems from occurring. (Brophy, 1998; Evertson & Emmer, 1982; Kounin, 1970). The afterschool training will focus on eight classroom practices (2 per week for 5 weeks) that have been shown to increase the likelihood of appropriate behavior and decrease problem behavior while increasing academic learning time.

An effective classroom manager will clarify the behaviors needed to be successful in each classroom setting or activity, teach and review those expected behaviors routinely, catch and positively acknowledge students being successful, and provide immediate, objective correction when behavior does not meet expectations.

This after school learning series will equip the teacher with the tools necessary to implement evidence-based practices that bring results that align to the building/district PBIS expectations and Tier I implementation practices.