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Time Wasting Behaviors (01:46)

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Fink and Halpern discuss disruptive behaviors often seen in the classroom. Responses to these behaviors can be more disruptive than the original behavior.

"Planned Ignoring" (04:34)

Jeff Fink and Jon Halpern discuss when to ignore a behavior and when to confront it. See examples that answer this question. Teachers respond to this method.

"Minimal Interventions" (04:26)

Learn what a subtle reminder in a classroom looks like, including gesture, proximity, and wait time. Minimal intervention can prevent resentment and does not detract from teaching time. Teachers respond to this method.

"Offering Choices" (05:34)

Learn how to give choices to disruptive students to change behavior. See classroom examples and hear from teachers about their experiences.

"Following Through" (05:37)

Learn how to follow through on classroom limits and consequences in order to avoid losing credibility. See in-class examples and hear from teachers about their experiences.

"Giving In" (06:44)

Hear about the benefits of using levels 1-4. See classroom examples of engaging in arguments versus consequence enforcement. Learn why teachers "give in", and the long term effects of this.

"The Consequence Polka" (10:25)

Jeff Fink and Jon Halpern discuss the stages of student behaviors after given a consequence and how to react to a student outburst. Learn the difference between consequence and punishment.

Credits: More Time to Teach: Responding to Student Behavior - Secondary Version (01:25)

Credits: More Time to Teach: Responding to Student Behavior - Secondary Version

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More Time to Teach: Responding to Student Behavior - Secondary Version

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Description

Designed for general/special education teachers and administrators, staff development coordinators, and university instructors, this innovative video offers a unique model for increasing teaching and learning time. By using student and teacher dramatizations of actual classroom situations tailored to a secondary school setting, the video empowers educators to respond effectively to student behavior, reducing disruptions and improving the overall classroom atmosphere.

Length: 41 minutes

Item#: BVL148746

ISBN: 978-1-64347-457-1

Copyright date: ©2007

Closed Captioned

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