Week 1 - Positive Learning Enviroments (Four Preventative practices …
Week 1 - Positive Learning Enviroments
give students choices
reinforce skills valued
progressive steps in school behaves plan
individual behaviour plans
clear expectations and consequences and to follow through on these
restatement of rules
creating postive relationships with students
Class rules and expectations
Clear and concise directions
AITSL Standard 1.1
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of physical social and intellectual development and characteristics of students and how these may effect learning
Ecological - The relationship between child with school, children, family and communities and how they may affect student behaviour
Sociocultural - Vygotsky believes learning as a social process and the origination of human intelligence in society or culture.
scaffolding children learning
cognitive abilities are socially guided and constructed
language plays a powerful role
learn from more knowledgable other
create learning environments that meet needs and goals
look for motivators within the student
allow students responsibility for their decisions for good or bad consequences
students have need and goals the strive for such as belonging, acceptance and autonomy . Inappropriate behaviour can be attempts to achieve these
Egeberg et all. Reading
Critical features of effective classroom mangement
positively stated rules and expectations , teach and model swell as review these
teacher directed activities,defined routines and physical arrangement and visual displays
Actively engage students
Use variety of instructional techniques
Acknowledge appropriate behaviours
individual and group encouragement
Range of strategies to respond to behaviour
Rage of strategies from high medium and low to respond to behaviour
Origins of inappropriate behaviour
Moral -Moral development is the process throught which children develop proper attitudes and behaviors toward other people in society, based on social and cultural norms, rules, and laws.
Social - how a child learns to interact with others around them
Intellectual- a child's development in terms of information processing, conceptual resources, perceptual skill, language learning, and other aspects of the developed adult brain. -
Autism spectrum disorder
oppositional defiant disorder
Four Preventative practices
Teaching methods that guide interaction and move students forward in their learning.
The setting, arrangement and organistaion of the classroom environment .
The design, layout, structure of your room. This can include the teachers tone, body language and how he or she runs the classroom.
How the teacher makes all children feel safe, involved and accepted within the environment. How the teacher informs exception and build relationships with all children's.