Omprehensive Classroom Management Plan: Community building

pplication: Comprehensive Classroom Management Plan: Community Building

This week, you will begin creating your personal Comprehensive Classroom Management Plan. Each section of your plan will represent a different aspect of classroom management. You should keep your plan in an electronic folder on your computer, and you are strongly encouraged to print out your work each week and place it in a binder for easy classroom access and use. In addition to the contents of your plan that you will create as part of this course, it is advised that you continue to add to this binder over time as you learn new strategies or gain additional insights. A good classroom management plan is constantly evolving as you grow professionally and reflect on your practice.

To begin, create a folder on your computer called Comprehensive Classroom Management Plan.Add a subfolder within that folder (and a tab in your print-based binder) called Community Building.When saving this assignment on your computer, title the document Relationship Building.However, when submitting this assignment , use the assignment naming convention specified below.

Building Relationships in the Classroom Community
For this assignment, refer to the eight methods for communicating caring and support in the course text and the eight steps to effective communication in the article When Concerns Arise.Complete the following steps:

Using the form* provided below, identify and describe the following:
Three methods you would like to implement in your classroom in an effort to build positive relationships with your students
Three methods you would like to implement in your classroom in an effort to build positive relationships with your students families
For each method you selected, explain why you chose the strategy for your particular students or families and how the strategy will support your efforts to create a community of caring and support
Note: Your written rationale must follow American Psychological Association (APA) formatting guidelines.

Relationship Building (MS Word document)
*This graphic organizer has been provided for you as a sample, but you are not required to follow this format. Be sure, however, that the organizer you use includes all required components for this assignment.

Suggested assignment length: 2i??3 pages

Learning Resources

This page contains the learning resources for this week. Be sure to scroll down the page to see all of the assigned resources for this week. To view this weeks media resources, please use the streaming media players below.

Required Readings

Course Text: Comprehensive Classroom Management: Creating Communities of Support and Solving Problems
Chapter 3, Establishing Positive Teacher-Student Relationships”
Chapter 4, Creating Positive Peer Relationships”
Article: Mawhinney, T., & Sagan, L. (2007). The power of personal relationships. Phi Delta Kappan, 86(6), 460i??464.
Retrieved from the Walden Library using the Education Research Complete database.
Article: Cavner, D. (2010, September/October). When concerns arise: Talking with parents about their childs development. Exchange, (195), 100i??103.
Retrieved from the Walden Library using the Education Research Complete database.
Media

Video: Laureate Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2008). Creating an effective classroom learning environment: Building supportive relationships. Baltimore, MD: Author.

Note: The aapproximate length of this media piece is 20 minutes.

Dr. Vern Jones and four classroom teachers discuss strategies for building positive teacher-student and student-student relationships in the classroom.

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Video: Laureate Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2008). Creating an effective classroom learning environment: Creating community in the classroom. Baltimore, MD: Author.

Note: The approximate length of this media piece 11 minutes.

Middle school teacher Melanie Carmona describes and demonstrates how she embeds classroom management themes such as Creating communityinto language arts content.

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Optional Resources

Article: Davis, C., & Yang, A. (2009). Keeping in touch with families all year long. Education Digest, 75(1), 61i??64.
Retrieved from the Walden Library using the Education Research Complete database.

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