Classroom Behavioral Management: Being Proactive

There are a number of methods that can be implemented at the beginning of the school year to minimize behavioral problems within the classroom. Not all methods work for every student/teacher; however, they can help to create a structured environment in which students know how they are expected to behave.

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    Lost at School by Dr. Ross Greene

    Dr. Ross Greene discusses the effects of understanding one's students and working together towards a common goal. The author presents 3 different plans to dealing with a behavior: Plan A, Plan B, and Plan C. Plan B, the method that is ultimately preferred, consists of two different parts: Emergency Plan B and Proactive Plan B. Dr. Greene presents scenarios and rationale for the application of each given Plan, in a way that is coherent and concise. 

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    Classroom Management | Welcome

    This program is meant to help elementary teachers assess their behavior management strategies. The methods presented here have proven to be consistently successful in elementary classrooms. The program focuses on how to behave instead of the alternative, how not to behave. 

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    Classroom Management Strategies: Top 10 Rules, Organization Plans

    <b>Classroom Management Strategies </b><br>This site includes the top 10 rules teachers&nbsp;should follow in order to achieve great classroom management. These classroom management strategies can work for any teacher, but are intended for middle school and high school teachers.

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    Plan B outline.pdf

    Here you will find an overview of Plan B, including Proactive Plan B (what Dr. Greene believes to be the most effective and successful method). The overview also includes group activities in which you are given a scenario and are asked to use either Emergency Plan B or Proactive Plan B to solve the problem. There are page numbers available for reference to Lost at School

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