ISBN-10:
150639776X
ISBN-13:
9781506397764
Pub. Date:
10/05/2018
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Keep CALM and Teach: Empowering K-12 Learners With Positive Classroom Management Routines / Edition 1

Keep CALM and Teach: Empowering K-12 Learners With Positive Classroom Management Routines / Edition 1

by Victoria S. Lentfer
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Overview

Get to know the CALM method—an actionable, clear, and easy to remember framework for redirecting student behavior in the classroom. CALM stands for Communication, Accountability, Leadership, and Motivation. Whether you’re new to teaching, working with at-risk students, or you’ve been working in the profession for years but want a fresh approach, this book will provide you with


  • Strategies to inspire a CALM classroom
  • Positive ways to redirect inappropriate behavior
  • Practical scripts to answer the question "What do I say when _______ happens? "
  • Step-by-step guides, checklists, and templates for ensuring a productive, engaging classroom community







Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781506397764
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Publication date: 10/05/2018
Series: Corwin Teaching Essentials
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 209,687
Product dimensions: 7.30(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Chapter 1: The CALM Management Program
How I Got From There to Here
Teach Content and Behavior
CALM Management
Communication
Accountability
Leadership
Motivation
Proactive Measures
Positive Reinforcements
Pacing
Learning Goals
Behavior Goals
Summary
Reflection Questions
Quick Wins
Part I: CALM Communication
Chapter 2: Positive Behavior Expectations
Explicit Expectations Lead to Positive Results
In the Research
Beginning the CALM Classroom Process
Bullying
Special Situations
Summary
Reflection Questions
Quick Wins
Chapter 3: Redirect Behavior Model
Redirect Behavior Model Defined
Empower Students
Framework of the Redirect Behavior Model
Implementing the Phases of the Redirect Behavior Model
Phase I: Explain Student Behavior Expectations
Phase I: Noncompliance—What to Do if a Student Does Not Accept the Redirection
Phase II: Encourage Student Ownership
Phase III: Problem-Solve With the Noncompliant Student
Delivering the Redirect Behavior Model
Say It and Move On
Make It Conversational
Be Prepared for Students to Feel Uncomfortable
Remain Calm
Redirect Behavior Model for Instruction
Summary
Reflection Questions
Quick Wins
Chapter 4: Voice-Movement-Task Model
Voice-Movement-Task Model Defined
Research
When to Use
Voice
Movement
Materials
Task
Summary
Reflection Questions
Quick Wins
Part II: CALM Accountability
Chapter 5: Accountability—Collaborative Work Groups
Think Beyond the Four Walls . . .
Small-Group Interaction Model
Prior to Activity (Standard Procedures for All Activities)
Peer Feedback
How to Teach Students to Provide Academic Feedback
Positive Behavior Expectations for Feedback
Role-Play Scenarios
Summary
Reflection Questions
Quick Wins
Chapter 6: Accountability—Conversations, Consequences, and Follow Through
Student Choices
Consequences to Promote Growth
Conversations to Promote Growth
Relying on Positive Consequences May Require a Change in Mindset
Positive Consequences
Consequences That Address Negative Behavior
Inappropriate Responses to Negative Behavior
Consequence Progression
Follow Through
Summary
Reflection Questions
Quick Wins
Part III: CALM Leadership
Chapter 7: Teacher as a Leader
Five Effective Practices for a Teacher Leader
Reflective Practice
Communication
Teacher Presence
Positive Mindset
Instruction
Summary
Reflection Questions
Quick Wins
Chapter 8: Student as a Leader
The Student Communication Model
Community Council
Purpose of the Community Council
Appointing the Council Leader
When the Council Convenes
Community Council Whole-Class Meeting Protocol
Teacher Role
Incentive
Summary
Reflection Questions
Quick Wins
Part IV: CALM Motivation
Chapter 9: Motivation Plan
Motivation Plan—Whole Class
Disengaged Student—Work for Wins
Disengaged Student—Mentor Tutoring
Summary
Reflection Questions
Quick Wins
Chapter 10: Final Thoughts
Key Takeaways
One Last Collaborative Group Activity
Where Do We Go From Here?
References
Index

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