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Spd 200 Rs Classroom Management Matrix Narrative

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Classroom Management Matrix
Part 1: Classroom Management Strategies
Examples of Misbehavior
or Disruptive Behavior
Research and identify five
possible misbehaviors or
disruptive behaviors that could
occur in the inclusive classroom.
Potential Causes of Misbehavior or Disruptive
Behavior
Research and explain potential causes for each of the five
misbehaviors or disruptive behaviors previously identified.
Misbehavior or Disruptive Behavior
Classroom Management Strategies
For each cause, describe two research-based strategies for
addressing and managing the misbehavior or disruptive
behavior. Strategies should include specific elements of
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Tiered
Framework.
1.
Random fighting
Retaliations to unprovoked assaults, dominance
disputes, retaliations to teasing, and dislike among
students
1. Counselling children on anger management and
conflict resolution strategies to accommodate each
other better in classrooms.
2. Setting strict disciplinary measures to deal with
those children misbehaving in classrooms.
2.
Throwing of tantrums
Emotional frustration
1. Preparing children on what to expect to avoid
frustrations
2. Rewarding children when well behaved.
3.
Jealousy
Children being envious of others for opportunities
given , performance or what they possess.
1. Teachers should be fair in the opportunities
they give to students in classrooms

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2. Teachers can encourage children to build
their self-esteem and confidence.
4.
Sleeping in class
Tiredness, and lack of interest in class participation
1. Teachers should put disciplinary measures to
ensure all children participate in class work
2. Encouraging students to have enough rest to
avoid tiredness during class hours.
5. Prolonged chattering
Disinterest in class work and disregard of rules
1. Teachers should be intolerant to such rude and
inappropriate behavior.
2.Encouraging students to avoid distractions in
classrooms.
Part 2: Narrative
Compose a 250-500 word narrative the addresses the following. Include real-world examples to illustrate your ideas.
1. In your own words, describe what inclusion is and what it means when working with students with disabilities.
2. Describe the connection between classroom management strategies and collaboration with students and colleagues in creating
a safe, inclusive learning environment and preventing disruptive behavior in the inclusion classroom.
3. Explain how collaboration and the implementation of PBIS and other research-based strategies can be used to address and
manage behavior and help to create a safe environment in which the students can engage in meaningful learning and social
interactions.

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Classroom Management Matrix Part 1: Classroom Management Strategies Examples of Misbehavior Potential Causes of Misbehavior or Disruptive Misbehavior or Disruptive Behavior or Disruptive Behavior Behavior Classroom Management Strategies Research and identify five Research and explain potential causes for each of the five For each cause, describe two research-based strategies for possible misbehaviors or misbehaviors or disruptive behaviors previously identified. addressing and managing the misbehavior or disruptive disruptive behaviors that could behavior. Strategies should include specific elements of occur in the inclusive classroom. Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Tiered Framework. 1. Random fighting Retaliations to unprovoked assaults, dominance disputes, retaliations to teasing, and dislike among students 1. Counselling children on anger management and conflict resolution strategies to accommodate each other better in classrooms. 2. Setting strict disciplinary measures to deal with those children misbehaving in classrooms. 2. Throwing of tantrums Emotional frustration 1. Preparing children on what to expect to avoid frustrations 2. Rewarding children when well behaved. 3. Jealousy Children being envious of others for opportunities 1. Teachers should be fair in the opportunities given , performance or what they possess. they give to students in classrooms © 2020. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. 2 4. Sleeping i ...
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