ABC COMMITTEE NEWS

MAHANAY ELEMENTARY- February 2016

ABC COMITTEE NEMBERS

  • PRE-K: Heather Jaime 3RD: Rachel Landureth
  • KINDER:Ashley Ennis 4TH: Neelam Agnihotri And Laura Shepard
  • 1ST:Christina Nguyen SPED: Clara Vidacovich
  • 2ND:Jasmine Ogega
  • BLOCK: Celina Acosta
  • ADMIN: Carmilla Nandlal, Heather Turner, Pam Hightower
  • Ty Gilmore,Gina Murnane

REDUCING BEHAVIOR WITH S.T.O.I.C

The ABC Committee is aiming to reduce the amount of Level 1 Referrals through the use of S.T.O.I.C.


S. Structure school setting for success.

Effective teachers carefully structure settings in ways to promote responsible student behavior.

T. Teach (and re-teach) behavioral expectations to students.

Those who know better do better. Teach your students how to behave responsibly and respectfully.

O. Observe and monitor.

Monitor closely. Use proximity as a tool.

I. Interact Positively with students.

Maintain a high ratio of positive interactions. Focus on the behaviors you want to see repeated.

C. Correct fluently.

Respond fluently, calmly, and consistently. Use preplanned one-liners if necessary

THE UNIVERSAL 5 CLASSROOM RULES :TAUGHT TO 4TH GRADE DURING BEHAVIOR BASH

RULE 1: FOLLOW DIRECTIONS QUICKLY


  • Many of us tell our students to follow our directions( Most infractions are written are #4-following directions)

RULE 2:RAISE YOUR HAND FOR PERMISSION TO SPEAK


  • DO you have constant shout-outs from students


RULE 3: RAISE YOUR HAND FOR PERMISSION TO LEAVE YOUR SEAT


  • Do you have students who leave their seat to ask you something or to move around without your permission
RULE 4: MAKE SMART CHOICES



  • Do you have students who hit others or do things they know they're not suppose to do?


RULE 5:KEEP MY DEAR TEACHER HAPPY


  • We come to school already happy. When students break rules 1-4, it makes us less happy. (Careful rule doesn't say to make us happy but to keep us happy)

Whole brain teaching Classroom Rules