Presentation Title

Classroom Management: Creating Positive Habits

Brief Biography

I currently am an Assistant Principal at Burke County High School in Waynesboro, GA. I have a BA in Music Education and a Masters and Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership. I taught music education at the middle and high school levels for six years before moving into administration. I currently am in my fourth year of administration and have experience at the elementary and high school levels. I have been a chair and co-chair of Burke County's PBIS team for 6 years. I also am a SWIS Facilitator. My leadership experience has enabled me to: 1. Assist in developing School Improvement Plans to enhance student learning and instruction. 2. Lead teams to identify and improve school culture and organizational effectiveness. 3. Lead Professional Learning Communities geared towards effective collaboration, consensus building, and results-oriented efficiency. 4. Work extensively with community members to build stakeholder involvement.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

Anthony Chiles - Specialist, Educational Leadership

Presentation Abstract

Classroom Management: Creating Positive Habits is a presentation that goes back to the basics in establishing good classroom management strategies. The presentation will include expectations teachers and students have in the classroom, how to de-escalate situations when they arise, and how to properly refer a student who is being disruptive. Participants will also learn strategies that prepare and equip them to understand the root causes of habits people have and how they can teach and learn how to overcome them. This session will be interactive and will include engagement from the audience to accomplish a hands-on approach to strategies people can use the same day.

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Classroom Management: Creating Positive Habits

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Classroom Management: Creating Positive Habits is a presentation that goes back to the basics in establishing good classroom management strategies. The presentation will include expectations teachers and students have in the classroom, how to de-escalate situations when they arise, and how to properly refer a student who is being disruptive. Participants will also learn strategies that prepare and equip them to understand the root causes of habits people have and how they can teach and learn how to overcome them. This session will be interactive and will include engagement from the audience to accomplish a hands-on approach to strategies people can use the same day.