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Using Behavior Management to Support Students in the CTE Classroom - Shared screen with speaker view
Chyle Castillo
18:41
Good Afternoon Chyle Castillo GV BOCES Batavia campus
Diahann Hesler
19:18
It creates a re-focus.
Jose Bayon
19:19
Good Afternoon challenge
Rachel Kent
19:21
It was definitely hard
Diahann Hesler
19:33
yes, it was super hard!
Jeff Rescott
19:48
picture was blurry could not really see
Jose Bayon
20:12
does anyone play piano? did they found this easier?
Joanne Evans
20:24
Joanne Evans and Daniel Halbert here
Aaron Ward
20:29
Aaron Ward, Paul Maopolski, Jeanne Abbott, LJ Ruell
Julia Maddalena
20:39
Here is a link to the powerpoint slides if anyone would like to follow along!
Debra Heidt-Dunwell
20:46
Debra Heidt-Dunwell
Cynthia McKay
20:58
Hello everyone
Christopher Boufford
21:04
Chris Boufford, HFHO BOCES here
MaryBeth Napolitano
21:28
Hello All!
Patsy Knight
21:41
PAtsy Knight here
Aaron Ward
21:54
We do not have a microphone.
Cynthia McKay
21:58
Cynthia McKay
Martha Thompson
22:16
martha Thompson is here no camera
erin scott
22:52
Erin Scott DC BOCES, no camera on my laptop
Diahann Hesler
24:37
I think bad behaviors were learned during COVID as well, so we may have to re-set things.
Julia Duerr
25:23
Hi everyone, my name is Julia Duerr, I am a transition specialist with the West Regional Partnership Center located at Erie 1 BOCES in West Seneca. I work with schools across Western NY to provide technical assistance and support around transition planning services. We often hear about how students are disengaged and their needs are not being met, which leads to behaviors.
Julia Maddalena
31:11
Those who are trickling in: here is a link to the powerpoint slides Jie is sharing in case you want to follow along!
Cynthia McKay
42:18
Sometimes due to differences in language may prevent parents from becoming involved
Rachel Kent
43:16
I taught in an alternative educational setting. I had a student who filled every pause in conversation with a curse word instead of an "ummm" or "ahhh". Once I met her mother it started to make a lot more sense. It was a family trait; she really had little control over it.
Jose Bayon
47:44
We lead by example in the classroom and out of the classroom. The way we conduct and engage with individuals will likely influence how people repond. classroom or workforce
Jose Bayon
59:30
As I was learning through my teaching experience a question that was asked was what does it look like?
Jeff Rescott
01:00:53
You need to be in the classroom early to plan and be prepared before the students arrive. Although we all plan the way it works best for us, I come to work early and make sure I am prepared before students arrive. This has worked well for me for the past 22 years.
Julia Duerr
01:01:45
Be present. In the hall, in the classroom, after school, during conversation.
Jeff Rescott
01:01:56
consistency does go a long way, my students respect consistency and this helps with their behaviors
Cynthia McKay
01:04:03
Sometimes even when all of the boxes are checked off, the dynamics of each classroom may change and my not work...Plan B works by focusing on the positive
Martina Kalaj
01:04:05
Consistency is key
Rachel Kent
01:06:00
Giving them a blank slate while maintaining the same expectation. Starting each new day, like a new day.
Jeff Rescott
01:07:08
I could not agree more, students have changed drastically in the past 10 years, it is a constant work in progress
Martina Kalaj
01:12:28
Yes, Jeff I agree. Student behavior has drastically changed especially over the last couple of years.
Rachel Kent
01:18:42
group versus individual work.
Kelly Robrecht
01:18:48
The bottom right image seems more open for conversation than others
Martina Kalaj
01:19:23
The middle picture seems to encourage group work
Diahann Hesler
01:27:55
humor
Allison Sze
01:29:25
redirection
MaryBeth Napolitano
01:29:38
redirecting their focus
Diahann Hesler
01:30:04
hurdle help
Joni Makowiec
01:30:15
hurdle help
Joni Makowiec
01:30:54
antiseptic bouncing
Julia Maddalena
01:39:45
Sending along the powerpoint again in case you would like to review later on!
Jeff Rescott
01:39:51
We have a safety officer that will come to the classroom, we have a school dean as well that will come also, if the student refuses to leave then I will leave this student and remove the rest of the class..
Paul Maopolski
01:40:48
Thank you! h
Julia Maddalena
01:41:13
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Paul Maopolski
01:41:29
Have to head to another training. Have a great weekend!
Jeff Rescott
01:42:09
Thank you
Julia Maddalena
01:42:11
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Sean Strathearn
01:42:20
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Cynthia McKay
01:42:21
Thank you
Julia Maddalena
01:42:21
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Joni Makowiec
01:42:29
Thank you!
Julia Maddalena
01:42:31
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Diahann Hesler
01:42:35
Thank you everyone. Happy Friday!
Vince McKeown
01:42:38
thank you very much