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Using Behavior Management to Support Students in the CTE Classroom - Shared screen with speaker view
Julia Maddalena
16:53
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Julia Maddalena
17:34
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Quanmain Harmon
18:13
Thanks for the slides! ☺️
Carrol Newell
19:03
yes
Julia Maddalena
19:09
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gillian beckford
19:14
oh yes
Carrol Newell
19:14
stand wiggle freeze
Julia Maddalena
21:25
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Luis Castillo
21:54
well said
Carrol Newell
22:02
Use : Bell ringers to engage and establish what we are going to work toward
Rosann Wolf
22:05
I agree!
Anthony McCollough
22:14
Getting the students to come in on time and have a sense of interest and urgency
Robert Newell
22:17
Students don't take responsibility for their behaviors
Janet Hotis
22:48
zombies!!!
Elvyn Perez
23:01
What is working? - Students being in the classroomWhat is not working? - Gaps in knowledge from prior years. Our grading/parental involvement application is not functioning as designed
sabrina johnson
24:10
i want students to enter quietly and be seated without running, jumping and screaming -- but this is the SCHOOL CULTURE and the majority of students practice this behavior all the time - every day.. they run down hallways and enter rooms at high speed
Louis Anetrella
24:10
Student value system expressed seems to be dramatically different from classes I have taught in the past. COVID affects and work philosophy has changed. Value more their personal time rather than professional attributes.
Vincent Giocastro
24:11
Instead of spending time with my students who are already interested in my class, I have in the past, spend my class time dragging the disinterested students, kicking and screaming into a work station. It hurts the students who are interested, they end up feeling neglected. Meanwhile the trouble students only make small improvements
Jasmin Wildman
25:24
We have late logs, hall passes, and bathroom logs.
Alex Torres
25:44
Warm Demander technique
Julia Maddalena
25:50
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Joseph Vogel
25:58
Graphic Organizers
David Barthold
27:35
Incorporating live interaction into lesson activities. Assigning students to interview others to obtain information to answer questions, gather evidence to complete assignments
Rajesh Barnabas
28:06
I have been imposing lately a kind of ethic where the A students already doing pretty awesome have to go back and assist one other student getting a project grade in. That is required for the A student to get an A+. A kind of collective “no leave anyone on the battlefield” Marine type motto.
Alex Torres
28:45
Mr. Branabas, how is that fair academically?
Rajesh Barnabas
29:47
well i don't believe in individual grading, it leads to individualism, which is the cancer of society
Paulino Figueirido
30:55
the mobile devices are a distraction, how do other educators manage this issue?
Alex Torres
31:52
Electronics: try to make it part of the class from time to time. Also, if a student has reached a particular GPA, they can use it during work time for music only (no videos, etc. that will distract). If work suffers, we revert.
Julia Maddalena
33:04
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Steve Zaremba
35:33
Spoke quietly
Janet Hotis
37:13
paulino no cell phones allowed in class I have a plastic pocket storage hanger they put phones in
Paulino Figueirido
38:21
Thank you Janet
kim wolfert
39:11
Don't take things personally
David Mullokandov
39:11
Less talking, and do more hands on. Kepp them busy
Susan Caprio
39:14
Paulino, one of our culinary teachers requires students to place their phones into a cabinet during class
David Barthold
39:15
Teach routines and make sure they have something to do right away
David Mullokandov
39:15
No down time
Vincent Giocastro
39:16
I am a new teacher.
Steve Zaremba
39:17
Start on day ONE!
Alice Yankson
39:22
set the tone early
Nicole Zergebel
39:28
Do not get into a power struggle... it will only make matters worse!
David Barthold
39:39
Control entry. Have them check themselves in. Have a seating plan first day, every day.
David Mullokandov
39:40
Make your lesson tight
David Barthold
40:30
Don’t oppose oppositional energy. Use it by redirecting it. But it’s hard.
David Barthold
40:51
It’s like doing standup. You have to bomb a few times.
David Mullokandov
41:36
Make the other students but the misbehaving student(s) into place.
Eric Kurz
41:41
Most CTE teachers do not have the benefit of student teaching. They get a Transitional certification and are put in a classroom.
David Mullokandov
41:44
put*
David Barthold
42:04
Don’t react. Respond. Keep the lesson running.
Paulino Figueirido
42:24
Eric 👏
Jacob Miller
42:48
David Barthold I agree, opposition shows they're engaged. Let them express themselves
Joseph Vogel
42:52
Show students empathy and understand their behavior serves a function - DJ Mendez
Alex Torres
43:10
I would advise that the goal is to focus on creating a safe environment for all. This takes the focus off of confrontation and allows students to be themselves within the bounds of respecting a common space.
Victoria DiMatteo
43:29
Fred Jones Tool Kit for Teaching
David Barthold
44:11
Sometimes is helps to give the “rowdy” kids an appropriate level of power in the form of a job. The real trick is to make the students partners in managing the room.
Lisette Vargas
44:22
agreed, many kids feel abandoned
Jacob Miller
47:09
Many white teachers, students underrepresented
Nicole Zergebel
47:35
Disproportionate
Alice Yankson
47:56
yes
Robert Newell
47:57
yes
emma waller
48:06
yes
David Barthold
48:07
For white teachers it means our educational experiences may not be relevant
Yarirza Cidely
48:08
The are unable to relate
David Barthold
48:47
Behavioral norms are different, easy to misinterpret
Luis Castillo
49:07
yes they are
LUIS ROJAS
49:23
However, I imaging this was the case for a long time. what has changed
Paulino Figueirido
49:50
They misbehave because there are no consequences
Anthony McCollough
50:27
Ms. Johnson No emotional intelligence tools
Rajesh Barnabas
50:54
85% of us live in the suburbs too...major class differences as well
Angela Clemons
51:02
I'm sorry, fighting and negative behavior is NOT part of a culture
David Barthold
51:21
My prior school experienced a lot of student violence. In the classroom, hallways…
Laura Barstow
51:24
Yes Francine...so true.
LaShay Harris
51:52
The expectations must be presented at the beginning of the year and consistently followed.
Quanmain Harmon
52:05
Lashay, exactly!!
Lisette Vargas
52:51
authentic sincere conversations-making connections with kids
David Barthold
53:18
Asking and listening helps a lot. Seek first to understand.
Francine Martella
53:29
Oh my gosh Emma - you are so right
Laura Barstow
53:40
The personal connection is what will get you through. We have cultural differences between us...but we learn a lot about each other and that brings us closer.
Angela Clemons
54:31
This dialogue is so disappointing, negative, and aiding in our students behavior
Nicole Zergebel
54:44
Are these behaviors all happening in CTE classrooms?
Veronica Jones
54:55
Let’s show some respect for one another!
Quanmain Harmon
55:16
Why do you think so Angela? Let's discuss you're views
Yolanda Montalvo
55:31
Angela - I’m with you! I’m at a loss for words at what hear coming from my colleagues.
Robert Newell
55:46
parenting and home involvement
John Okike
55:55
Most positive behaviors are formed form home.
LUIS ROJAS
56:03
jesse owens
Robert Newell
56:29
Refugee kids take pride in the opurtunity
Yarirza Cidely
56:37
I am at the same school as Ms Johnson as we are struggling with behavior issues in most of our classes
Santina Sheehan
56:51
grit and resilience
Eric Foster
56:56
They may come from underserved communities but they still have folks who motivate and hold them accountable
Veronica Jones
57:10
Some kids really want to suffer and let nothing deter them
Rajesh Barnabas
57:18
The implication from Louis is that if a few pull themselves up from their bootstraps then the entire system is fair….because a few escaped….the colonial trap. It is the tired old narrative perpetrated by those in power to justify a corrupt, systematically backward system.
LaShay Harris
57:29
Mentorships can save a student. Multiple Mentors.
Veronica Jones
58:03
“Succeed”
Randee Crenshaw
58:05
Students have to WANT to succeed. We can't MAKE them
Paulino Figueirido
58:37
Correct Randee
Rosann Wolf
58:37
We can although encourage and support
Alex Torres
58:40
I think @Angela has a point. Some of what we are saying and chatting evinces deficit thinking because it relies heavily on innuendo and other non-research based foundations to draw sound conclusions. \
LaShay Harris
58:42
Mentors is someone that can model for a student. Provide a support, and modeling of what can be successful.
Alice Yankson
59:54
sometime a student just need to have someone believe in them
VONJULA THOMPSON
01:00:21
Yes Ryan!
Luis Castillo
01:00:41
Why do we have underfunded schools in the riches country in the world?
Alex Torres
01:00:51
FACTS, Luis!!!
JOSEPH HLADIS
01:01:05
Mayors?
David Barthold
01:01:21
I think the fundamental job is to value the student and honor them as a person
Rajesh Barnabas
01:02:17
agreed Luis!
Luis Castillo
01:02:26
principles sometimes make or break the school
Rosann Wolf
01:02:28
Social Emotional Learning is an important piece to instruction and I think often overlooked in may classrooms
Alex Torres
01:02:58
@Luis, I want to push back on that. Leadership matters, but community involves all members of the school.
Joseph Vogel
01:03:05
ALL Students should have an IEP because education is so individualized
Steve Zaremba
01:03:23
Yes, I see this daily as I overhear students talking openly about their drug abuse and use.
Tanner Thompson
01:04:38
This is a really rich dialog but I worry we will run out of time before hear out on the remainder of the content that Dr. Zhang has prepared for today. I would encourage you to place this in the parking lot and we can pick it back up at the end of the presentation.
Alex Torres
01:04:58
Agreed @ Tanner
LaShay Harris
01:05:56
Facts
Luis Castillo
01:06:05
facts!!
Rosann Wolf
01:06:13
very true
LaShay Harris
01:06:17
Randee speaking facts!!
Paulino Figueirido
01:06:20
RANDEE 👏
gillian beckford
01:06:20
Omg FACTS
Yarirza Cidely
01:06:20
Something can help classroom management is having more support with co-teachers
Joseph Vogel
01:06:25
YESSSSSSSSS
Rosann Wolf
01:06:30
YESSSS I agree
LaShay Harris
01:06:33
Change the culture!!
Daniela Taranto
01:06:36
PREACH!!
VONJULA THOMPSON
01:06:42
Preach Randee!
David Barthold
01:06:43
Agreed.
John Okike
01:06:46
I totally agree. I once had a student who was from group home. The student was determined and eventually made it to Harvard university.
emma waller
01:06:47
amen
Yarirza Cidely
01:06:58
EXACTLYY! Randee, Thank You
Susan Caprio
01:06:59
Acknowledging that, how do we address our task, which is educating all students?
LaShay Harris
01:07:01
What can we doo to change the culture?
Rajesh Barnabas
01:07:08
they don't even try to educate those in india, they put em out on the street as the street workers... so i disagree that third world countries are somehow doing education better...
VONJULA THOMPSON
01:07:14
Randy for President!
Luis Castillo
01:07:14
why are they allowed to do so
daniel santiago
01:07:15
I totally agree.
David Barthold
01:08:51
Isn’t holding people to higher standards and rewarding excellence now condemned as “elitism” these days?
Luis Castillo
01:08:58
its by design
Alice Yankson
01:08:58
When we look at culture we must not lump everyone in one pile. Even within cultures there are many variations
David Barthold
01:09:34
I agree with Sabrina
Randee Crenshaw
01:09:48
Correct my intention was not to lump everyone, because there are some families that value education in our community. However there are not enough
Paulino Figueirido
01:09:54
There should be BOCES in 5 boroughs
Cornice Williams
01:10:04
I so agree with the both of you. On Point.
Sheldon Cox
01:10:11
I disagree. 100%
Yolanda Montalvo
01:10:29
Historical knowledge, cultural knowledge, and systemic analysis are needed here.
Alex Torres
01:11:07
preach @ Yolanda!
Luis Castillo
01:11:19
the problem is that everyone passes
Paulino Figueirido
01:11:26
yes luis
David Barthold
01:11:33
I don’t write free grades
Randee Crenshaw
01:11:36
Sheldon! LOL!
Randee Crenshaw
01:13:18
I 100% agree! Politics and Education don't mix
Yarirza Cidely
01:13:32
They don't feel responsibility because they don't feel the need too since they are being allowed to pass with very low grades.
Joseph Vogel
01:13:44
I think students should be taught more about our political system
JOSEPH HLADIS
01:14:29
I coach wrestling, There are many things that are learned on the mat that is not taught in the classroom. My wrestlers are able to bring these character developments in the classroom.
Julia Maddalena
01:16:30
Hi everyone, in the interest of time, please raise your hand if you would like to unmute
LaShay Harris
01:16:53
Jie- Agreed with consistency
lori sheinberg
01:20:48
I like the middle layout
JOSEPH HLADIS
01:20:58
i switch it
JOSEPH HLADIS
01:21:04
depending on the unit i am doing
Anne Fiordimondo
01:21:08
students are facing each other
Vielka L Lucenti
01:21:15
Seating arrangements; are key to student collaboration.
Yarirza Cidely
01:21:16
my classroom is arrange almost the same as the right top one
emma waller
01:21:18
middle collaboration
sabrina johnson
01:21:19
California is planning to shortened work week to 4 days … Chic Fil A is going to offer 3 day work weeks and I've attached an article that shows https://4dayweek.io/companies
JOSEPH HLADIS
01:21:23
1 and 2 are the best
lori sheinberg
01:21:30
i cant unmute
Carrol Newell
01:21:41
group seating teacher desk completely out of view
Jennifer Corbin
01:21:44
better for group work
Victoria DiMatteo
01:21:59
groups of 4, pairs and group learning
Yarirza Cidely
01:22:19
I did try the right lower ones and it didn't work for me
Carrol Newell
01:22:42
Promethean board is the focal point grouping is so I can move around
David Barthold
01:23:14
I should try some of these arrangements
David Barthold
01:23:21
I have them in groups of four
Jim Putnam
01:23:36
that will work better for pizza
Sheldon Cox
01:23:55
I like none of these. There is no student choice other than who they sit next to.
Victoria DiMatteo
01:24:12
Fred Jones Tool Kit For Teaching
Sheldon Cox
01:25:17
I like rooms that offers multiple seating options or the room can be rearrange according to the activity
John Okike
01:30:38
Moderator:
John Okike
01:31:44
Moderator: is it possible that we get copy of the presentation forwarded to our email?
Julia Maddalena
01:31:58
Here is a link to Jie’s slides in case you wanted to follow along: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BslO63ABQmAyvbHO5b7OL5QmHCJwKW_u/view?usp=share_link
Tanner Thompson
01:32:09
Thanks Julia!
JOSEPH HLADIS
01:36:36
did all of that first 2 weeks of school
emma waller
01:36:55
did this before school started
Anne Fiordimondo
01:37:22
Rules were given as a contract at the beginning of the school year and students and parents had to both sign and return. We also reviewed the rules verbally with the students and again with the parents during our parent orientation.
Micah Walker
01:37:45
same ^^
Robert Newell
01:38:10
orally and in writing in the first two weeks of class
Nicole Reimann
01:38:30
Agreed
Yarirza Cidely
01:39:05
I set up the rules as an agreements at the begging of the September
emma waller
01:39:12
reviewed procedures and rules for 2 weeks
Alice Yankson
01:39:23
I did it in the beginning of the school year. I went over them with the students and gave them the written document. The students and parents had to sign and return, I also added a few important questions that they had to turn in as an assignment. I review it with the students whenever I see a lack of actions in the contract. I point them back to the agreement.
Ryan Goff
01:39:25
Has anyone asked the student to write up the rules and expectations they have for the adults teaching them?
Laura Barstow
01:39:52
I send home a student/parent/guardian contract at the beginning, I only revisit when we talk about care for equipment or there is an issue.
emma waller
01:39:56
I have in the past asked them to describe the classroom they'd like to see
Anthony McCollough
01:40:10
I do the same as Newell but only once in the beginning. Share them with parents, signed. I have not posted them.
Micah Walker
01:40:33
positive: food/treats for participating/setting an example; lunch with me
Veronica Jones
01:40:37
Rules are in their Student Handbook which they sign off on at the beginning of the school year.
Jennifer J Jones
01:40:43
Students create the 1st 3 expectations, I create the last. All is placed in our Course Criteria and Expectations document
Robert Newell
01:40:45
I've asked students to make rules for everyone. I have asked what their expectations for auto class are
Yarirza Cidely
01:40:52
I wish I could send a contract but the students always loose their papers
rich schmitt
01:41:09
student contracts
Alice Yankson
01:41:14
I have done that as well
Alice Yankson
01:41:29
they usually want a cheerleader
Robert Newell
01:41:30
safety contracts that students and parents sign
rich schmitt
01:41:35
parents sign off on students safety
rich schmitt
01:41:52
newell copied me
Louis Anetrella
01:41:58
We have a class President and Vice President that speak for the students and we meet with them regularly. They also serve on some Committees.
Jennifer J Jones
01:42:11
Students set expectations for themselves, others and the teacher and all is posted in class
Julia Maddalena
01:42:33
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Julia Maddalena
01:42:49
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Thomas Talone
01:43:06
I touch on employability traits and relate their behaviors to both positive and negative employability traits they are demonstrating.
Julia Maddalena
01:43:13
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Julia Maddalena
01:43:27
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sabrina johnson
01:43:38
parents signing off on student saftey
Carrol Newell
01:43:38
learned how to --- positive age appropriate praise definitely going to do that often thanks
Yarirza Cidely
01:43:49
One thing I have learn is that most of us have struggle with similar issues and have given great advise for new teachers like myself. I will go over the rules to my students again
Julia Maddalena
01:43:51
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gillian beckford
01:44:06
Thank you all
Robert Newell
01:44:14
thank you
Francine Martella
01:44:15
Thank you!
Terri Woodard
01:44:18
Thank you!
Jasmin Wildman
01:44:23
Thank you.
Julia Maddalena
01:44:24
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Julia Maddalena
01:44:30
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Veronica Jones
01:44:34
Thank you
Nicole Reimann
01:44:35
thank you
Julia Maddalena
01:44:37
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Yarirza Cidely
01:44:43
Thank you
Elvyn Perez
01:44:45
thank you all
Jacquie Landon-Gardner
01:44:54
thank you
Anne Fiordimondo
01:45:03
Thank you
Carrol Newell
01:45:09
thank you one and all
Julia Maddalena
01:45:14
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Anthony McCollough
01:45:16
Very valuable