I Can Do It – Classroom Management

I Can Do It – Classroom Management
This course was developed by experienced educators to provide new
teachers to the profession with basic classroom management techniques
that will effectively provide success in the classroom. The course
features the following modules:
 Getting to know your students
 Rules and routines and expectations
 Reinforcements
 Polishing your techniques
 Smoothly flowing classrooms – hints, transitions, sponges
 Communication styles
 Home and school communications
 Dealing with difficult behaviors
CHAMPS – A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management
This course was developed by Randy Sprick to focus on basic classroom
management techniques at the classroom level. It is a step by step
approach for schools to develop a school-wide procedures and
expectations. The modules include:
 Vision
 Organization
 Expectations
 The First Month
 Motivation
 Monitor and Revise
 Correction Procedures
 Classroom-Wide Motivation Systems
Using Real Colors
Understanding how people think and what motivates them is crucial in developing
effective communication skills both personally and professionally. This class identifies
four different temperaments as well as the research on identifying students,
coworkers and parents to strengthen the communication process and building positive
relationships. This class will also provide teaching techniques, differentiated
instruction and how to lesson plan around the four communication temperaments to
improve student achievement.
Differentiated Instruction through Real Colors and Learning Styles
This is a class that teaches strategies to better support students based on their
learning style and personality type. The class also assists teachers in identifying
students learning style and personality type as well as to provide differentiated
instruction based on these types to help students succeed in the classroom.
School-wide Behavior Management
This course provides schools with a systematic approach to assist teachers in
positive behavior management. The following are units that provide success in
any classroom with all students:
 Building Rapport with Students
 Classroom Rules, Expectations, Procedures
 Now that you have the rules, expectations and procedures what do
you do next?
 Classroom and School-wide Discipline
 Classroom and School-wide Strategies
 Functional Behavior Assessments
 Goals of Misbehavior
SWIS – School Wide Information System
The School-Wide Information System (SWIS) is a web-based information system
designed to help school personnel to use office referral data to design school-wide
and individual student interventions. The three primary elements of SWIS are:
An efficient system for gathering information
A web-based computer application for data entry and report generation
A practical process for using information for decision making
These three elements give school personnel the capability to evaluate individual
student behavior, the behavior of groups of students, behaviors occurring in
specific settings, and behaviors occurring during specific time periods of the school
day. SWIS reports indicate times and/or locations prone to elicit problem
behaviors, and allow teachers and administrators to shape school-wide
environments to maximize students' academic and social achievements.
HEART – Behavior System
HEART is a large-scale student assessment/behavior data system developed
and supported as a free service by Heartland Area Education Agency 11.
HEART stands for Heartland Educational Assessment Resource Toolbox.
HEART is easy enough to use that some users can explore on their own with
the user’s guide and no other direction. Others will need more support. Even
so, you may want to spend some of the training time walking people through a
series of coaching questions that help them think about each of the parts of
the system, and how to use them. What follows is a suggested outline to
The Heart System for Behavior provides the following:
An efficient system for gathering information
A web-based computer application for data entry and report generation
A practical process for using information for decision making
Contact Information:
Marlin Jeffers
Flora Lee