CHAMPS Discussion

By Thom Maxwell 31 Aug 10:48
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CHAMPSA Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management
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CHAMPS Chapter 1STOIC
S - Structure your classroom for success
T - Teach expectations
O- Observe Student behavior
I - Interact Positively
C - Correct Fluently
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CHAMPS Chapter 1Vision
Task 1: Understanding how to shape behavior

A good student will probably experience behavior change due to repeated exposure to bad circumstances, a bad student repeatedly exposed to good circumstances has the same probability of experiencing behavior change.
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CHAMPS Chapter 1"Behavior that are rewarded over time are maintained, while those that are not rewarded are typically extinguished."
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CHAMPS Chapter 1Promotion Responsible Behavior

1. Conditions

2. Implement pleasant consequences

3. Eliminate unpleasant consequences
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CHAMPS Chapter 1Task 2: Understand Motivation

Expectancy X Value = Motivation
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CHAMPS Chapter 1Task 3: Identify Long-Range Classroom Goals

"Without a destination in mind, you may arrive at a place you don't want to be"
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CHAMPS Chapter 1Task 4: Develop Guidelines for Success

Respect+Responsibility+Achievement=
Success
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CHAMPS Chapter 1Task 5: Maintain Positive Expectations

Low expectations = low achievement

High expectations = set the stage for high achievement
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CHAMPS Chapter 1Task 6: Implement Effective Instructional Practice

Effective instruction can prevent a great deal of misbehavior if only because students who are highly engaged in meaningful task do not the time to misbehave.
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CHAMPS Chapter 1Task 7: Initiate and Maintain Family Contact
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CHAMPS Chapter 1Self-Assessment Checklist

Slides in CHAMPS Discussion

A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management
STOIC S - Structure your classroom for success T - Teach expectations O- Observe Student behavior I - Interact Positively C - Correct Fluently
Vision Task 1: Understanding how to shape behavior A good student will probably experience behavior change due to repeated exposure to bad circumstances, a bad student repeatedly exposed to good circumstances has the same probability of experiencing behavior change.
"Behavior that are rewarded over time are maintained, while those that are not rewarded are typically extinguished."
Promotion Responsible Behavior 1. Conditions 2. Implement pleasant consequences 3. Eliminate unpleasant consequences
Task 2: Understand Motivation Expectancy X Value = Motivation
Task 3: Identify Long-Range Classroom Goals "Without a destination in mind, you may arrive at a place you don't want to be"
Task 4: Develop Guidelines for Success Respect+Responsibility+Achievement= Success
Task 5: Maintain Positive Expectations Low expectations = low achievement High expectations = set the stage for high achievement
Task 6: Implement Effective Instructional Practice Effective instruction can prevent a great deal of misbehavior if only because students who are highly engaged in meaningful task do not the time to misbehave.
Task 7: Initiate and Maintain Family Contact
Self-Assessment Checklist
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