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Behavior Management in Specific Settings. Applying School-wide Expectations and Interventions. Purpose. Be familiar with the unique features of specific settings Understand both management, systems, and features of specific settings
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´╗┐Conduct Management in Specific Settings Applying all inclusive Expectations and Interventions

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Purpose Be acquainted with the extraordinary components of particular settings Understand both administration, frameworks, and elements of particular settings Be ready to apply the general procedure for planning particular setting intercessions

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Specific Settings Particular times or places where supervision is underscored: Cafeteria Hallways Playgrounds Busses and transport stacking zones Bathrooms

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Activity Take 5 minutes Work as a group Pick a dangerous setting Identify elements of the issue Identify conceivable arrangements

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Classroom Teacher-coordinated Instructionally engaged Small number of unsurprising understudies Specific Settings Student concentrated Socially engaged Large number of eccentric understudies Classroom and Specific Settings

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The Problem is the Setting Not the Students When: More than 35% of referrals originate from particular settings More than 15% of understudies who get a referral are alluded from particular settings

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Management Features Physical/ecological courses of action Routines and desires Staff conduct Student conduct

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Management Practices 1. Adjust physical environment Supervise regions Clear movement designs Give suitable access to and exit from school grounds 2. Show schedules and behavioral desires Teach framework Reinforce normal run (e.g., arranging, cafeteria)

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3. Precorrect suitable conduct before issue setting 4. Give dynamic, proactive, and reliable supervision Move, examine, cooperate 5. Recognize proper conduct 6. Plan understudy development/moves to forestall group and holding up time

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Systems Features broad usage All staff Direct showing first day and week Keep it straightforward, simple, and feasible Regular audit, practice, and encouraging feedback

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Team-based distinguishing proof, execution, and assessment Do not build up a mediation without recognizing why an issue continues happening Data-based basic leadership Collect and report result data Provide staff input and preparing

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Activity Take 5 minutes Work as a group Pick a dangerous setting Identify components of the issue Identify conceivable arrangements Revisit arrangement concerning dynamic supervision

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General Process Identify an issue Confirm greatness of issue Conduct a workforce conference Analyze area particular information Collect extra information (if necessary) Determine why issue is looked after

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Design intercession Focus on aversion Provide coordinate guideline Systematize outcomes for issue conduct Utilize accessible assets Monitor and report impacts Assess change in understudy conduct Assess if personnel take note of a change Report results to staff

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Hallway Noise Middle school with 3 lunch periods Problem practices amid corridor moves included uproarious talking, swearing, slamming against dividers Teacher-recognized issue (conveyed to group) Current arrangements ineffectual: "Calm Zone" Hall screen Reprimand and detainment - Kartub, Taylor-Greene, March & Horner (2000)

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Hallway Noise Intervention Teach the idea, "calm" in a 10-minute drama Make "calm lobby times" unmistakably distinctive (e.g., changed light) Reward calm conduct (e.g., 5 minutes expanded lunch) Measure and report (corridor screen) Decibel peruser Continue to right mistakes (confinement)

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Recess K-5 th level, 550+ understudies 9+ break periods for every day Inconsistent outside/indoor schedules Many bosses, numerous principles High rates of referrals for battling Lack of correspondence between staff Large space lacking normal limits Recess issues were contrarily influencing classrooms -Todd, Haugen, Anderson, & Spriggs, (2002)

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Average Referrals every Day and Month 5 4 3 Average Number of Office Referrals 2 1 0 Sept . Oct . Nov . Dec . Jan . Feb . Damage. Apr. May 96-97

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Referrals by Location 60 50 40 Total Number of Office Referrals 30 20 10 0 Class Parking parcel Recess Lunch Hall Bathroom Bus Arrival 96-97

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Referrals by Behavior 140 120 100 80 Total Number of Office Referrals 60 40 20 0 Fighting Defiance Language Teasing Threats Weapons 96-97

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Recess Intervention Team showed break schedules and desires Delivered break workshops Alternated open air/indoor break Team (administrator/instructor) showed 30-45 minute lessons (3 times each year) Provided reliable criticism about fitting conduct (self-chiefs) Supervisors imparted consistently

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Total Recess Referrals

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Team Activity Take 20 minutes Work as a group Complete and submit one duplicate of Specific Setting area of the Staff Survey Add exercises to activity arrange as required Consider utilizing dynamic supervision to evaluate and/or screen particular settings Prepare a 1-2 minute report about the status of framework and arranged exercises

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