Creating Classroom Management Plans

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Part One

Classroom Management Example

Review the classroom management example and the SPD-540 Class Profile from this week's readings. Keeping the classroom management plan example in mind, identify three to four modifications you would make for students with disabilities who are listed in the SPD-540 Class Profile.

In your submission, complete the following for each modification:

  • List the modification;
  • Identify the student(s) for whom the modification is designed;
  • Provide a 1 page rationale explaining how the modification will meet the needs of the identified student(s); and
  • Support your choices with references to the CEC Professional Ethical Principles and Professional Practice Standards.

Part Two

Create a new 750-1,000-word classroom management plan that could be used in a resource or self-contained classroom of eight students. Assume these students have a variety of exceptionalities including serious disruptive and sometimes unsafe behaviors. Consistent with The IRIS Center guidelines, your classroom management plan should include the following components:

  • A statement of purpose
  • Rules
  • Procedures
  • Consequences
  • An action plan for implementation

In addition, specifically address safe and appropriate student crisis intervention. Also, include a layout of the classroom that incorporates the guidelines and any additional classroom materials related to classroom management, such as signs, posters, etc.

Support your classroom management plan with a minimum of three scholarly resources on best practices in classroom management for special education.

Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

Tutor Answer

TeacherAli
School: Cornell University

Attached.

Running head: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN

Classroom Management Plan
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliations
Course

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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN

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Classroom Management Plan
Part I
Modification for Students with Disabilities
Modifications for Students
Students with disabilities must be cared for just like the rest of the students. This
group of students need the following changes to feel included; one, they should be
preferentially located in their sitting positions. Two, there should exist behavior management
support where corrections made are not inclined toward making them feel vulnerable. Three,
these group of students should be included in verbal, visual, and technological environments.
Students for Whom the Modification Is Designed
Students that modifications are developed explicitly for include the students who
perform dismally in their course; this can be in class or outside extra-curricular activities. The
goal of modification is to realize the setbacks were making the students fail, and device
means which will help them improve exponentially.
How Modifications Will Meet the Needs Students
When students are preferentially located in their sitting positions, they will feel
comfortable, and this is known to enhance concentration in the class lessons. Focus, in turn,
culminates into improved reports on both assignments and exam context. This is the primary
goal that all teachers tend to achieve. Behavior management support is a gesture that is
developed to help the students respond positively in their relationship with others and the
environment. This response would create a dynamic gesture where students are mentored to
become the best through responding in a positive paradigm. According to Savage (2008),

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN

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behavior management support help in the development of strong belief in oneself as it acts as
a road to open discovery ...

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Thanks, good work

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