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Title: Induction Contract Educators


1
WELCOME
  • Induction Contract Educators

Kennedy Middle School November 20, 2013 345-500
pm
2
  • High expectations
  • Reflect
  • Maximum learning
  • Visual Reminders
  • Expectations
  • CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
  • Reflect
  • Provide Opportunities
  • Consistency
  • Effective Teacher

Believe in students
Role Model
Teaching Well
Less stress
Show respect
Be prepared
Relevance
Leads to enjoyment
Monitor and adjust
Rituals and Routines
Positive student impact
High Interest
3
Reflections
  • By
  • Induction Contract Educators

4
  • I reflect on each day about the things I could
    have done better. I have come to accept that my
    trial and errors in the classroom are part of the
    challenges of a first year teacher.

5
  • Students know what is expected of them as soon
    as they walk into my room.

6
  • My rules and procedures are posted in my room,
    and were introduced to each class on their first
    day. I have reviewed and referred to my rules
    and procedures many times throughout the year,
    and as needed.

7
  • Early on, I was quick to learn that there is a
    huge difference in discipline and procedures.

8
  • Procedures help a classroom run smoothly. It
    makes the learning environment less stressful and
    full of enjoyment. Procedures keep everything
    functioning in an organized manner.

9
  • I began my first days of school setting into
    play my expectations on discipline, classroom
    management and routines.

10
  • I contacted my administrator with some stresses
    regarding my class. She gave me some more
    incentives to use which my students really enjoy.

11
  • I learned that of upmost importance is
    introducing expectations, consequences and
    rewards for expectations, and procedures.

12
  • I feel like students having input on what the
    classroom rules should be will make the students
    following them be a little easier since they
    agreed, as a class, on them.

13
  • Ive had a few of my middle school students
    come up to me and thank me for sending a note
    home saying they got a good grade and that their
    parents were very proud of them. This makes me
    smile because I know that I have already made a
    impact on that students life, even if it wasnt a
    very big one.

14
Expressing yourself effectively as a teacher can
be challenging when you arent sure of how to be
firm but yet friendly.
15
Students will not always behave well or say the
right thing. Part of being a teacher is setting
limits and establishing boundaries with your
students.
16
The teacher should create an environment where
students know what task it is they need to
complete and how to complete the task.
17
If the students know the routine and know what
to do and when to do it, then there will be
minimal confusion and disruption and maximum
learning taking place.
18
Harry Wong writes that, Students tend to learn
as little or as much as their teachers expect,
and I have seen this to be absolutely true.
Students who have been told, or treated as if,
they are not capable of achieving academic
success come into the classroom with an attitude
of apathy. I have found that my job often begins
with convincing the student that he/she can learn
and master the skills necessary to graduate from
high school.
19
Creating routines in the classroom and having
the students practice these routines has helped
me keep students on task and eliminate a lot of
wasted time transitioning from one activity to
the other.
20
Classroom management is also the number one
characteristic of an effective teacher.
21
Powerpoint is the enemy of classroom management.
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Effective teachers MANAGE their classrooms.
Ineffective teachers DISCIPLINE their classrooms.
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  • High expectations
  • Reflect
  • Maximum learning
  • Visual Reminders
  • Expectations
  • CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
  • Reflect
  • Provide Opportunities
  • Consistency
  • Effective Teacher

Believe in students
Role Model
Teaching Well
Less stress
Show respect
Be prepared
Relevance
Leads to enjoyment
Monitor and adjust
Rituals and Routines
Positive student impact
High Interest
24
PROFESSIONAL NORMS
Understand chain of command
Team player
Professionals Vote
Set a good example
Realistic
Professional in technology use
Pride
Student centered
Passionate
Service oriented
Proactive
Collaborate
Dress for respect
Flexible
Data Driven
Accept feedback
Honor commitment
Be a positive role model
Behave professionally
Willing to grow
Advocate
Be punctual
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PROFESSIONAL NORMS
  • Dressing for respect helps a teacher achieve
    respect, credibility, acceptance, and authority.

One way a teacher can express positive
expectations is to dress appropriately.
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