NE Houston AFT - Pamela Stelly and Raechel Broussard

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Desired Behavior


1. Teacher Time Machine


2. What the Smart People Say...


3. T-Chart Rewrites...Yep...

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School Punishments in the 1800's

What the Smart People Say...

McIntyre stresses that we must be sensitive to cultural differences when enforcing school rules. Behaviors that are tolerated and accepted at home (family) may not be acceptable at school.


*** McIntyre, 1992

What the Smart People Say...

Walker suggests that expectations or norms should be limited to 3 - 5 classroom rules. These rules should be posted in a high traffic, visible area of the room. 


*** Walker, 1995

What the Smart People Say...

Gallagher asserts that predictable learning context is based on set rules and routines, as well as established schedules and arrangements.


***Gallagher, 1995

What the Smart People Say...

Johns and Carr stresses that hands on learning, cooperative learning, and mastery learning are effective techniques for promoting student achievement. 


***Johns and Carr, 1995

Teacher Time Machine: T-Chart Rewrites Remix

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