Comprehensive Classroom Management and Organization Plan (35 points) Purpose: The Comprehensive Classroom and Organization Plan is to reflect on one’s

Comprehensive Classroom Management and Organization Plan (35 points)

Purpose: The Comprehensive Classroom and Organization Plan is to reflect on one’s leadership and management style in order to develop a plan for effective classroom management and discipline.

Your Comprehensive Classroom Management and Organization Plan must be written in the first person.

This assignment requires the skills of application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Include reference citations in your Plan and a reference list at the end of the paper, in APA format. This plan is your recipe for success!

Directions: Use the seven sections of this assignment to complete your plan. The seven sections include

1. Introduction section

2. Procedures section

3. Instruction section,

4. Student diversity section,

5. a home-school connection section,

6. a modification plan section, and

7. a conclusion section.

Below is an outline of what you need in each section:

1.
Introduction:

1. This will include a rationale, philosophy statement, and the classroom grade level and demographics.

2. In your first paragraph please explain your philosophy in terms of the four philosophical frameworks we discussed in Chat 4.  (Ecological, Behavioral, Humanistic and Psychoanalytical)  You will find an explanation in the PowerPoint Attached called “What your Believe is What you do”.  It is attached to Week 4-6 Instructions email.  

3. Your second paragraph should discuss the type of power you utilize to best meet your students’ needs. (also in the attached PowerPoint.

4. Please discuss the demographics of your classroom and overall school. 

2.
Procedures:

1. This will include a discussion of the rules and consequences and a description of the teacher’s instructions introducing the rules and consequences. In addition, a description of how the teacher manages student work, transitions between activities, homework, restroom procedures, and dismissal will be included. A safe learning environment and the prevention of problems will be addressed.

3.
Instruction:

1. This will include a drawing of the room arrangement, discussion of whole and small group instruction, differentiation of tasks, and the roles and responsibilities associated with collaborative/cooperative projects.

4.
Student Diversity

1. This will be addressed by listing accommodations for meeting the needs of the diversity in the classroom, along with varying levels of ability (noted in the differentiation of tasks), and a respect for the diversity of students’ cultural, linguistic, and family background.

5.
The Home-School Connection:

1. This will provide a description of the manner that the home and school are connected. Specifics related to parent contact should be described.

6.
Modification plan:

1. This should provide a proactive modification plan that includes how behavior is identified, data are collected, and an intervention is planned. Monitoring should be addressed.

7.
Conclusion:

1. This should be a concise summary statement.

8.
Reference Page

1. All sources should be cited.

 

Alternate Assignment for Social Workers and/or Psychologists:

Please complete the following sections:

1.
Introduction:

1. This will include a rationale, philosophy statement, and the classroom grade level and demographics.

2. In your first paragraph please explain your philosophy in terms of the four philosophical frameworks we discussed in Chat 4.  (Ecological, Behavioral, Humanistic and Psychoanalytical)   You will find an explanation in the PowerPoint Attached called “What your Believe is What you do”.  It is attached to Week 4-6 Instructions email. 

3. Your second paragraph should discuss the type of power you utilize to best meet your students’ needs. (also in the attached PowerPoint.

4. Please discuss the demographics of your clients and the types of homes that you are provding your services. 

2.
Procedures:

1. How to you go about entering a home and ensuring your clients that you are working towards creating  a safe environment and the prevention of problems.

3.
Instruction:

1. How do you go about providing information that the family can utilize to become a functioning unit.  How do you unpack this?

4.
Student Diversity (whereever you see “student” simply put “family” in that spot.

1. This will be addressed by listing accommodations for meeting the needs of the diversity in the classroom, along with varying levels of ability (noted in the differentiation of tasks), and a respect for the diversity of students’ cultural, linguistic, and family background.

5.
The Home-School Connection:  How do your work with familes and schools to ensure success for the children?

1. This will provide a description of the manner that the home and school are connected and how you facilitate that.

6.
Modification plan:

1. This should provide a proactive modification plan that includes how behavior is identified, data are collected, and an intervention is planned. Monitoring should be addressed.

7.
Conclusion:

1. This should be a concise summary statement.

8.
Reference Page

1. All sources should be cited

GRADING SCALE

Element Exceed expectations Expectation met expectation not met

Introduction rationale

philosophy description (grade level, demographics)

(3 points)

The introduction includes the rationale, philosophy, and classroom setting with grade level and demographics. (2.75-3 points)

The introduction includes most of the information required (2.5 points)

Some information is missing or incomplete (Below 2.5 points)

Procedures rules &

consequences (posting and teaching) Distributing and collecting student work

Transitions homework dismissal restroom prevention of problems safe learning environment

(8 points)

The comprehensive description includes posting and teaching the rules and consequences.

Also, procedures for handling student work, transitions between activities, homework, restroom, and dismissal. Proactive prevention of problems and a safe learning environment are discussed. (7.5-8 points)

Adequate description of procedures that includes most of the elements required for the smooth running classroom. (6.5-7.25 points)

Information is missing, inadequate, or randomly noted. (Below 6.5 points)

Instruction
room arrangement whole group small group differentiation cooperative groups

(4 points)

An outline showing the room arrangement and settings for whole group or small group instruction is displayed. Differentiation of instruction and the roles and responsibilities for cooperative groups is discussed. (3.75-4 points)

Although not in detail, the instructional elements are noted. (3.25-3.5 points)

Information is missing, inadequate, or randomly noted. (Below 3.25 points)

Student diversity students with special needs varying levels of ability levels respect student cultural, linguistic, and family background

(4 points)

Accommodations for meeting the needs of the diversity within the classroom are comprehensively addressed.

(3.75- 4 points)

Adequate discussion of accommodations is present, but details are lacking.

(3.25-3.5 points)

Less than two accommodations are noted, or the information is vague and ambiguous. (Below 3.25 points)

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Home-school connection

parent contact (4 points)

There is a comprehensive description of the manner the home and school are connected.

Specifics related to parent contact are included. (3.75-4 points)

There is adequate information related to the home-school connection. (3.25- 3.5 points)

The explanation is vague, ambiguous, or elements are missing (Below 3.25 points)

Modification Plan Proactive

identify behaviors collect data
plan intervention monitor

(6 points)

There is a comprehensive description of a proactive modification plan that includes how behavior is identified, data are collected, and an intervention is planned.

Monitoring is addressed. (5.5-6 points)

The plan includes most elements related to a proactive modification plan.

(5-5.25 points)

Some items are vague or missing. There is an inadequate explanation ofaplanorthereisa reactive connotation. (Below 5 points)

Writing quality (3 points)

The document follows APA format and cites at least three sources with no more than two errors per page. (2.75-3 points)

The document follows APA format and cites at least two sources with no more than five errors per page.
(2.5 points)

The APA format is not followed or there are more than five errors per page.

(Below 2.5 points)

Conclusion and References (3 points)

The conclusion is a concise summary statement and all sources cited are on the reference page, which follows APA format. (2.75-3 points)

There is a conclusion and sources are cited. There are no more than two errors. (2.5 points)

The conclusion or the reference list is missing, or APA format is not followed.

(Below points)

TotalPoints:35

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