Classroom Management Tips_ GLAD Strategies by pptfiles

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									Presented by Shannon Lockard
      Slockard@psd1.org
       History of Project GLAD
   GLAD model began
    in Fountain Valley
    School District in
    1980’s
   Marcia Brechtel and
    Linnea Haley
   Designed for use by
    teachers in
    multilingual settings
   Research-based
   Works with all kids
District Goal # 1. Teaching and Learning: Create a
    personalized learning environment where
    students achieve rigorous standards through
    quality instruction.
Key Actions: 1.4 Quality Instruction
1.4.2 By 2009, develop systematic process to build
    capacity to assist instructional employees’
    understanding of cultural responsiveness.
Content and Instructional Approaches:
6. Guided Language Acquisition Design
 Be consistent
 Be transparent

 Be prepared

 Build relationships
 Respectful
 Easy

 Quick
   Teacher talks for ten minutes
   Students talk for two minutes
   Which of the “Keys to Classroom Management”
    does the 10/2 strategy address? Why?
     Be consistent
     Be transparent
     Be prepared
     Build relationships
 Show respect
 Make good decisions

 Solve problems
 Reinforce  personal standards
 Content based

 Link to literacy
                                                PLEASE
                                                PLACE

Sumer   The Sumerian
                                                STAMP
                                                 HERE

        city-state of Ur
         contained an      ________________________
           enormous
            mountain       ________________________
        temple, known
         as a ziggurat,    ________________________
          to honor the
           moon-god,       ________________________
             Nanna.
                           ________________________
                           ________________________
“The most valuable       The Great
   of all talents is   Depression and
   that of never
   using two words     World War II
   when one will
   do.”—Thomas
   Jefferson
                         1929-1945
Super Historian Notebook

___________________
Add who/which to tell more
information about the noun.
Remember to put a comma
before and after the who/which
clause.

Mrs. Lockard, who has four
children, is a teacher.           On July 23, 1944, hundreds
                                 gather at the Hanford Airport to
                                 witness the christening of a
                                                                           Green Tree
                                 special airplane. Every employee          Pythons can
                                 at the Hanford Engineer Works
                                 donated one day’s pay to purchase        camouflage in
                                 the airplane, a B-17 bomber, as
                                 their contribution to the war effort.
                                                                         the tree leaves.
                                 The plane is christened “Day’s
                                 Pay,” and is presented to the U.S.
                                 Army Air Forces.
   Which of the “Keys to Classroom Management”
    do the Personal Standards and Awards address?
    Why?
     Be consistent
     Be transparent
     Be prepared
     Build relationships
“Indeed, research indicated that cooperative
   learning groups have a positive impact on
   student achievement, interpersonal
   relationships, and attitudes about learning…For
   results, it must be set up well via the
   implementation of relevant rules and
   procedures.”
     Classroom Management that Works: Research-Based
      Strategies for Every Teacher by Robert J. Marzano
      p.23
  Helping                        Team
  others                         work
               cooperation
                                 Working
                                 together



     See                Hear
•Heads together      •“Thank you.”
•Smiling faces       •“Will you show
                     me how?”
•Sharing papers
                     •Talking politely
•Eyes on the
speaker              •Talking quietly
•Taking turns        •One voice at a
                     time
 Use everyday
 Choose one social skill per unit

 Be positive
 Reinforce T-graph for Social Skills
 Reinforces math skills—tallies and
  coins
 No prizes
   Which of the “Keys to Classroom Management”
    does the T-graph for Social Skills and Team Points
    address? Why?
     Be consistent
     Be transparent
     Be prepared
     Build relationships
   Which of the “Keys to Classroom Management”
    do Interactive Journals address? Why?
     Be consistent
     Be transparent
     Be prepared
     Build relationships
   Dennis Parker discusses “chatting
    kids up”
   Talk about something unrelated to
    academics

“They won’t care how much you
  know, until they know how
  much you care.”

								
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