Title

T. E. A. C. H. T. O. S. (Teach Expectations So That All Children Have The Opportunity to Succeed)

Location

Scarbrough 1

Strand #1

Safety & Violence Prevention

Relevance

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Brief Program Description

Learn to establish and sustain safe and orderly academic environments. Classroom management and school discipline have consistently been cited as major issues in education. As a result of teachers’ concerns about student safety as well as their desire for strategies to deal effectively with students’ disruptive behaviors, many teachers across the United States have longed for a system of classroom management that works. Learn about how my school district in the suburban Atlanta metropolitan area used a positive behavior management system to dramatically decrease discipline referrals each month and increase student engagement. Learn strategies to help you foster encouragement, empowerment, and excellence in every classroom. Return with the skills to establish and maintain positive teacher-student relationships, state clear and concise expectations, teach “correct” behavior, promote self-regulation, and encourage student engagement. This approach to classroom management yields positive results, more time-on-task, accelerated learning, and happier students and teachers. Research-based theories will provide strategies to eliminate low-level behaviors from classrooms. When implemented simultaneously, they are the perfect complement to positive behavior interventions and supports and response to intervention.

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Evidence

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Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

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Keyword Descriptors

Academic environments, Classroom management, School discipline, Student safety, Teacher-student relationships, Behavior interventions

Presentation Year

2015

Start Date

3-3-2015 8:30 AM

End Date

3-3-2015 9:45 AM

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T. E. A. C. H. T. O. S. (Teach Expectations So That All Children Have The Opportunity to Succeed)

Scarbrough 1

Learn to establish and sustain safe and orderly academic environments. Classroom management and school discipline have consistently been cited as major issues in education. As a result of teachers’ concerns about student safety as well as their desire for strategies to deal effectively with students’ disruptive behaviors, many teachers across the United States have longed for a system of classroom management that works. Learn about how my school district in the suburban Atlanta metropolitan area used a positive behavior management system to dramatically decrease discipline referrals each month and increase student engagement. Learn strategies to help you foster encouragement, empowerment, and excellence in every classroom. Return with the skills to establish and maintain positive teacher-student relationships, state clear and concise expectations, teach “correct” behavior, promote self-regulation, and encourage student engagement. This approach to classroom management yields positive results, more time-on-task, accelerated learning, and happier students and teachers. Research-based theories will provide strategies to eliminate low-level behaviors from classrooms. When implemented simultaneously, they are the perfect complement to positive behavior interventions and supports and response to intervention.