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STUDENT

MANAGEMENT

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PREVENT PROBLEM BEHAVIORS


Know your students

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PREVENT PROBLEM BEHAVIORS


Establish Expectations
Post the rules
Go over the rules
Be a positive role model

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RESPOND EFFECTIVELY
First things first

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Is Your Student Anxious?
Be
Supportive

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Is your student DEFENSIVE?
Be
Directive

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BE DIRECTIVE!!!

Here are some intervention tools

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Non Verbal Communication
Watch your
Body language
Facial expressions
Gestures
Allow personal
space
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Para verbal Communication
The way you say it makes a difference

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Integrated Experience
Your attitude
is very
important

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BE DIRECTIVE
Rational Detachment
Keep it
together

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INTERVENTION SKITS
Watch for these Strategies or Tools
Nonverbal Communication
Personal space, body language

Para verbal Communication


Tone of voice, use of words

Integrated Experience
Attitude

Rational Detachment
Calm and in control
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BE DIRECTIVE
Set Limits
Be clear and reasonable

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BE DIRECTIVE
Set Limits - 5 Step Approach
1.Explain which behavior is inappropriate
2.Explain why behavior is inappropriate
3.Give reasonable choices with
consequences
4.Allow time for student to choose
5.Enforce consequences
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VIDEO:
Trouble on Board
Managing Crisis Situations

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BE PREPARED TO RESPOND
Is Your Student
Acting Out Violently?
Violence Response
Procedures

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BE PREPARED TO RESPOND
FIGHTS
Five Tactics
1.Pull over
2.Use distraction
3.Verbal intervention
4.Evacuate if necessary
5.Summon assistance
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RESPONSE TO ASSAULTS
Be Prepared!

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RESPONSE TO ASSAULTS
Two Types of Assaults

1.Grab
2.Strike

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RESPONSE TO WEAPONS
Have a Plan.

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RESPONSE TO WEAPONS
Five Strategies
1.Stay calm
2.Dont disarm or restrain
3.Talk quietly, even tone
4.Negotiate
5.Time is your ally
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RESPOND EFFECTIVELY
Tension Reduction

Situation
Cools Down

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RESPOND EFFECTIVELY
Therapeutic Rapport
Support
Encourage
Prevent future
crisis

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SUMMARY
Know your students
Establish expectations
Identify problems
Respond to problems
Keep yourself and students safe

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SUMMARY
If anxious, be supportive
If defensive, direct with options
Ways to act out:
Fights
Assaults
Weapons

Safety first for students and self


During calm down resolve issues
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EVALUATION
1. Name three ways to appreciate
and respect your students.
Know students names
Greet daily
Be a positive role model

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EVALUATION
2. Name three ways to establish
expectations.
Post rules
Explain rules
Set limits

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EVALUATION
3. Name the four levels of problem
behavior.

Anxiety
Defiance
Acting out
Tension reduction

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EVALUATION
4. What are the four responses to
problem behavior?

Supportive
Directive
Responsive
Therapeutic rapport

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EVALUATION
5. Name two intervention strategies.
Non-verbal
Para verbal
Rational detachment

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EVALUATION
6. Name the two different types of
physical assault.
Strike
Grab

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EVALUATION
7. Identify two ways to respond to
being confronted with a weapon.
Stay calm
Talk quietly
Negotiate
Time is your ally

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THE END

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