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ELM510 GCU Expectations Processes and Diversity Class Profile Paper

ELM510

Grand Canyon University

Question Description

Create a 10-12 slide digital presentation for the first day of school that will demonstrate how you will introduce expectations, processes, and diversity to your class.

Your digital presentation must include three parts:

Part 1 - Introduction

  • How to introduce yourself to your students
  • How students will introduce themselves to each other
  • How the expectations, procedures, and behavior management will be introduced
  • How the procedures and expectations will be enforced, along with possible consequences

I will also attach an document. Forthe presentation I want to include some pictures of me that will tell a story

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Ms. AUSTIN TEAM 6E – Room 619 2016-2017 CLASSROOM RULES 1. Raise your hand and wait for permission to speak or get up from your desk for any reason. 2. Follow directions the first time they are given. 3. Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself. 4. Bring all ELA books and related materials to class. Quietly place all other books and materials on the floor, under your desk. 5. No eating in class except with special permission from the teacher. 6. The teacher, not the bell, dismisses the class. CONSEQUENCES 1st offense – Verbal warning 2nd offense – Complete a Rules Think Sheet 1 and submit it to teacher by 3pm; same day. 3rd offense – Rules Think Sheet 2 MUST be completed and signed by an authorized parent or guardian and submitted at the beginning of your next ELA class. 4th offense – Call home to parents. 5th offense – Time out in another room or alternative seating. 6th offense – Parent conference. 7th offense - Office referral. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature Date Ms. AUSTIN TEAM 6E – Room 619 2016-2017 CLASSROOM ARRIVAL PROCEDURE Follow the 3 STEPS! 1. Arrive on time and enter the room quietly. (If you are tardy, clip your tardy pass on to the assigned clipboard OR if you don’t have a pass, print your name on the Tardy Sheet) 2. Go directly to your assigned seat and sit. 3. Immediately, begin your Warm Up activity. (This will be posted/written on the board or streamed from the projector.) GENERAL CLASSROOM PROCEDURES For my Homeroom students: Arrival at school – 1. Go to breakfast. 2. After breakfast, use the restroom and drink water. Next, go to your locker before entering Homeroom. N.B. All restroom breaks after this are scheduled! Attention Signals - When Ms. Austin says: “Ok, let’s bring it back.”, and raises her hand, you raise your hand and GIVE ME FIVE! 1. Eyes on me. 2. Lips closed. 3. Ears listening. 4. Hands and feet quiet. 5. Brain thinking about what I’m saying and doing. When Ms. Austin says: 1, 2, 3, ALL EYES ON ME! You say: 1, 2, 3, ALL EYES ON YOU! APPRECIATION for each other - When our classmates do things that deserve praise, we show them…SPIRIT FINGERS and say HEY! When our classmates do things that we consider AMAZING, we’ll give 2 thumbs up and sing the MacDonald’s jingle: Pa pa pa pa pa I’M LOVING IT! BOOK BAGS - All book-bags MUST be left in lockers! Take ALL the materials for Blocks 1, 2 & 3: you will not be allowed to return to lockers until the end of Block 3. CLASSWORK – Make sure your Name, Block #, and the Date are written clearly on the top of the page. The teacher will give instructions for collection of classwork. If classwork is completed before the other students, check it over, ask for permission to read a book. If you have not completed your classwork, you may request permission to complete it at home. You MUST take an UH-OH Form home to be signed by your parent or guardian. (N.B. Classwork completed at home automatically loses 10 points and 10 points more for each additional day late.) COMMUNICATION & COLLABORATION (Working in groups) – 1. We will use polite words like please, excuse me and thank you. 2. Take turns when speaking. 3. Use Spy Talk and Low Flow voices (see classroom chart for details). 4. If you need to speak with me and there is no time before nor after class, you may write a postit note to me and stick it on the class Parking Lot for your Block; I will gather these notes after each class. DISCUSSIONS - a) Raise your hand and wait for permission to speak. Do not blurt out in class. B) Give respect to the speaker by looking at, paying attention and listening to the teacher and your peers when they speak. END of CLASS – All students will clean up their area before leaving the room. END of DAY – Students will remain in their last Block classroom until their means of transportation is called and the teacher releases them. They will then proceed quietly and purposefully on the Hallway – right foot on the black tile and left foot on the white tile – to either the Car Riders’ lane or the Bus Lane. HALLWAY & LUNCH – Walk quietly, keep voices at the Low Flow level, whenever possible stay on the Black and White tiles. At lunch, sit at the assigned tables for your Block. HOMEWORK - It is your responsibility to complete your homework assignments and place it in the assigned bins. Make sure your Name, Block #, and the Date are written clearly on the top of the page. Students who have not turned in their homework assignments on time WILL be PINK-SLIPPED! (NB. These pink slips will be presented to parents/guardians during conferences.) The teacher will instruct the class of when to hand in the homework. LEAVING THE ROOM – Outside of assigned times, students who need to leave the room (e.g. to visit the Media Center or bathroom) MUST first raise their hand, wait for permission, and have your HALL PASS signed by the teacher before leaving the room. LINING UP – The teacher will call students row by row. Row 2 will line up directly behind Row 1, etc. MISCELLANEOUS – Should student need a tissue, paper towel, etc., Classroom Rule #1 applies. MONITORS – Class helpers will be assigned for various jobs. They will be rewarded periodically for their good job, at the teacher’s discretion. Should a Monitor not perform their duty as expected, other students who desire the position may ask to be considered – via POST IT note on the PARKING LOT - and the the class will have a democratic vote. (N.B. The teacher will make the final decision.) PENCILS – Pencils may be sharpened during the Warm Up activity. Students will not be allowed to go to the pencil sharpener during class. Only ONE student at a time. If you need a pencil, see the Pencil Monitor and sign out your pencil. Again, only ONE student at a time. If your pencil point breaks during class, raise your hand and wait for permission, then follow the same procedure. It is your responsibility to return and sign back in the pencil at end of class. PAPER – If you need paper, raise your hand and wait for permission, then go to the CLASS MONITOR and politely ask for a sheet of paper. TRANSITIONS – Students will practice the CIRCLE OF LOVE when transitioning between Content classes (ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies). For Connections classes, Hallway procedures will apply. ______________________________________________________ ______________ Student Signature Block ______________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature ___________________ Date Week 4 assignment Due Date: May 30, 2018 23:59:59 Max Points: 100 Details: Establishing classroom procedures and routines helps to optimize time for instruction and allows the learning environment to operate efficiently. Students and teachers need to have procedures for everything, based on the needs of the particular class. For this assignment, identify a class of students in terms of grade level, K-8, and number of students in the class. Create a 10-12 slide digital presentation for the first day of school that will demonstrate how you will introduce expectations, processes, and diversity to your class. Your digital presentation must include three parts: Part 1 - Introduction • • • • How How How How to introduce yourself to your students students will introduce themselves to each other the expectations, procedures, and behavior management will be introduced the procedures and expectations will be enforced, along with possible consequences Part 2 - Expectations for Policies and Procedures Choose five policies and procedures, applicable to your chosen grade level, from the list below or of your own, and describe how to implement them in your future classroom: • • • • • • • • Entering the classroom Using the restrooms When students may go to the trash cans The use of technology in the classroom Turning in classwork and homework Talking to others in the classroom Gaining student attention Transitions Part 3 - Incorporate Diversity • • • • How to address diverse needs in your class (e.g., a student in a wheelchair, a student does not speak English, a student who does not celebrate traditional holidays, a student who cannot eat certain foods because of religion, a student who is a different race than the rest of the class, etc.) How to instructionally support various diverse needs, including language, family backgrounds, skills, and abilities in your classroom How to develop a culture in your classroom that values each students’ diverse background How to establish and maintain a positive and collaborative relationship with families. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Rubric for the 1st Part above Classroom Procedures and Diversity 5 Target 100.00% 100.0 %Content 25.0 %Introduction Digital presentation includes an introduction that demonstrates exemplary understanding of how you will introduce yourself to your students, creative approach to have the students introduce themselves to each other, and thoughtful description of how you will introduce the rules and expectations of the classroom. 25.0 %Expectations of Digital presentation includes the creative introduction with Policies and relevant and appropriate examples of implementation of policies Procedures and procedures for the elementary classroom. 20.0 %Incorporation of Digital presentation successfully and thoughtfully incorporates Diversity diversity, including a well-researched description of how to instructionally support various diverse needs and an insightful and proficient description of how to will develop a culture that values each students diverse background, beliefs, and norms in order to successfully strengthen the learning environment. 15.0 %Research All sources are credible, appropriate, and strongly support the Citations and Format submission. All required aspects of APA format are correct within the submission. 10.0 %Mechanics of Submission is virtually free of mechanical errors. Word choice Writing (includes reflects well-developed use of practice and content-related spelling, punctuation, language. Sentence structures are varied and engaging. grammar, language use) 5.0 %Paper Format All format elements are correct. (use of appropriate style for the major and assignment) ASSIGNMENT 2 OF WEEK 4 IS A Part 2: Reflection IT IS A COMBINATION OF ALL THE FIELD EXPERIENCES SUMMARIZED IN 500 – 700 WORDS. In 500-750 words, summarize and reflect on the three field experiences. In your summary, compare and contrast the three classrooms, answering the following questions: • • • • How were the behavior expectations different in the three classrooms? Was the management of each classroom the same or different? Did the teachers have different expectations for their students? What adjustments would you have made in each classroom? Explain how you will use your findings in your future professional practice. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. Document the locations and hours you spend in the field on your Clinical Field Experience Verification Form. Submit the Clinical Field Experience Verification Form in LoudCloud in the last topic. Directions for submitting can be found on the College of Education site in the Student Success Center. You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Clinical Field Experience C: Behavior Management and Diversity 5 Target 100.00% 100.0 %Content 35.0 %Summary and Reflection Summary and reflection of observations and collaboration thoroughly and comprehensively compare all three field experiences, describing behavior expectations, classroom management, and expectations. 35.0 %Reflection of Teacher Reflection includes a thought-provoking description of Collaboration adjustments to be made in each classroom, including compelling conclusions and applications to future professional practice that are insightful and thoughtfully reflect growth and development as a professional. 30.0 %Mechanics of Writing Submission is virtually free of mechanical errors. Word choice (includes spelling, punctuation, reflects well-developed use of practice and content-related grammar, language use) language. Sentence structures are varied and engaging ...
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CLASSROOM PROCEDURES AND DIVERITY
Sydney Stringer-Johnson
GCU ELM 510
Professor Mary Biel
May 30, 2018

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INTRODUCTION (SEVENTH GRADE -30
STUDENTS)
❖ Whose That Lady???????
❖ On Index Cards Write 3 things about Ms. J.
❖ Write 1 question for Ms. J
❖ While Standing Students will write 3 things (include a
hobby) about themselves to share and present
❖ Student will present a short 5 slide presentation depicting
a self introduction to the class modeling the presentation
by Ms. J

Introducing the expectations, procedures, and
behavior management
• Remind students of rules applicable in
their daily lives.

• Solicit from students the need for rules in
the classroom.

• Discuss with students the importance of
rules.

• Stick a colorful chart with the classroom
rules and procedures on the classroom
walls.

Enforcing the procedures and expectations,
along with possible consequences











Positive reinforcement through incentives.
Inappropriate behavior shall be handled promptly to avoid continuation.

1st Offense –verbal warning.
2nd Offense – Complete the Rules think sheet 1 and submit to teacher by end of the day.
3rd offense – Rules Th...

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