How To Encourage 您r Students To Follow Rules

智能教室管理: How To Encourage 您r Students To Follow Rules这里 at SCM, we talk a lot about the importance of creating a classroom students look forward to.

It’s one of 我们的核心原则.

因为,当您的学生喜欢成为班上的一员时,他们’重新自然倾向于遵循规则。

他们 跟随他们,因为您提供的学习经历比浪费时间要好得多。

它使遵循规则的选择变得容易。

Much of 那 enjoyment comes from your personality, your kindness, and your ability to create compelling lessons.

但这也源于您的一致性。

这源于您每次学生行为不端时都会承担后果的承诺。

我们在SCM所做的许多工作都支持这种方法。

但是您可以做另一件事来鼓励学生遵守规则。它’s something 那 at first glance seems obvious, but many teachers fail to do.

It’s a strategy 那 can mean the difference between a reluctance to follow rules and a desire to follow them. It’也得到了可靠研究的支持。

那是什么

It’向学生解释 为什么 您的规则存在。

在他的畅销书中 影响, Dr. Robert Cialdini describes a well-known experiment 通过 Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer, demonstrating 那 when we ask someone to do something—or not do something—the response is more favorable when we give them a reason.

简单地添加“因为”一词使人们更有可能去做我们想要做的事情。

这强调了强调教室管理计划的真正目的的重要性,即保护 你的学生’ right 学习和享受学校。

您 see, when you make it about them, and explain how 你的规则 为他们的利益而存在,这可以改变他们对您为班级建立的界限以及您对他们实施角色的态度。

它使他们同意您的规则,欣赏他们的目的,并且 遵守。

想要知道的这种自然愿望‘why’ is 为什么 teachers—and parents—who refuse to explain their rules, policies, and decisions experience so much pushback, rebellion, and hostility.

“我的方式或高速公路”方法误解了要求严格,严格和专制的要求。

但它’没什么。

一致性 just means 那 you’我会按照你说的去做’ll do—in this case, follow a set of guidelines 那 protect 你的学生’自由聆听,学习和热爱学校。

那么该策略在实践中是什么样的?

好吧,当您第一次教书和建模时 您的课堂管理计划,你’我想详细解释每个规则如何使他们受益。

It should be such a point of emphasis 那 at any time during the year they’我们将能够再次向您重申每条规则如何使教室成为一个更好,更愉快的学习场所。

您’ll also 想 to remind your class often 那 when you enforce a consequence, it’s not personal.

It’不是报仇的手段,也不是表达愤怒的方式。它’s simply a way to ensure a learning environment 那 is best for them and their education.

This is one reason 为什么 here at SCM we stress the importance of enforcing consequences without lecturing, scolding, or causing friction with students.

It further reinforces the idea 那 the entire enterprise, the whole point of being in school, is about them and their future.

It’s not about us.

这是一种非常有效的方法,可以进行介绍,教学和 执行规则和后果,我们’请确保在以后的文章中更详细地介绍包装。

In fact, there is a related strategy, also supported 通过 research, 那 causes misbehaving students to reflect on their mistakes and resolve not to make them again.

We’ll tackle 那 strategy in the coming weeks.

同时,感谢您成为“智能课堂管理”的读者!我们感谢您,并有机会帮助改善您的教室。

-迈克尔

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  1. 嗨,迈克尔,我’ve read all of your books and learned much from you. This year, I had 那 one class…it felt like admin put all the behavior issues into one period. I found 那, although I could relax and do fun activities with all my other classes, I needed to be highly structured and always vigilant with this one. It needed to run on a highly supervised schedule or I’d在过渡中失去他们。我在这堂课上完全跳过了一些高能量的活动–特别是如果他们是我今天的最后一堂课。 (轮换时间表)

    发生的是,尽管我确实获得了命令,并且学生的表现与其他班级相当,但我没有’相信他们喜欢我或我的班级几乎和其他班级一样。

    我希望我的孩子爱上我的课–and I think most do–but I’我仍然在努力寻找乐趣,并在此过程中不会丢掉课。你对我有什么想法吗?

  2. 您的文章中的所有内容都是正确的,尤其是这种方法如何减少责骂和摩擦的部分。一世”我期待着对“whys”.

  3. Very good advice, and a piece of your plan 那 I may have been forgetting to do at this time of the year (you always time your 文章s to match my current issues! lol!).

    我认为在我的课堂上,自从我以来,我不得不少解释’提醒并教了他们,所以当我不得不再次解释我的推理时,有时会觉得他们’re just trying to waste time or argue with me. I would venture to guess 那 it’当他们说时,回应他们可能不是一个好主意“WHY?!” after a consequence because 那 might initiate or come to close to an argument.

    但我可能会抢先‘why’通过解释我提供的结果,特别是对于一些不这样做的学生 ’t know me and my classroom procedures as well (for behavior I catch around the school from other students). When I provide them consequences and they question them, it feels insubordinate and like back-talk, 但是我 forget 那 they simply don’不太了解我,不要’我不知道让他们对学校规则负责的理由。

  4. 嗨,迈克尔,
    这里’我怀疑你可能会’如果我掩盖了,请原谅’我误会了。您在课堂上要为心理状况提供规则津贴的措辞选择是什么?到目前为止,我’我做得很好,孩子们似乎总体上接受,但是总会有一两个‘typical’ 那 say ‘that’s not fair….’I’m对于那些在家中上学的孩子来说,学校几乎是家庭暴力的庇护所。 -孩子们,他们必须要控制好自己的情感线,以便他们不要’陷入暴力,但其他孩子(10-11岁)没有’t ‘get’?政府机构难以获得支持并且可以’不要被正式学校拘留,因为他们’ll 得到 further ill treatment at 首页? In other words ‘damaged’ children? 他们 have so much going on their little heads. How you would explain in your words to the rest of the class 为什么 its important for us to have empathy and allowances for others? We are in a system where battle for additional support is never ending. I have managed to fight and 得到 support on previous ocassions but it is a fight and you have to go into battle on behalf of these children.

    • This is a very good question. The biggest behavior issues in my class are usually the ones 那 parent referrals, time out, and other consequences either don’t mean a thing to them or are impossible to implement because of their situation or emotional/mental/legal issues. I often find myself ignoring things in those children 那 I would never ignore in others. The students in my classroom all notice the disparity and the “special needs”学生结束时感觉无法触碰。

  5. 嗨,迈克尔,我’我是您博客的忠实拥护者,我发现简单的课堂管理计划非常有用。向您提出问题以及我可能遗漏的一些问题,但是在对患有自闭症的孩子应用课堂管理计划时,您是否有任何具体建议?您是否会对具有此类特殊需求的此类学生施加相同的后果?我在7年级的英语课上有一个患有自闭症的孩子,’进行任何修改(即他与其他所有人一样具有相同的后果)。我也指出要避免一对一‘lectures’鼓舞士气的谈话等,这似乎正在工作。只是想知道您是否对此领域有任何具体想法。

    祝一切顺利,迈克尔(澳大利亚墨尔本)

  6. 嗨!我的新任校长鼓励我使用您的教室​​管理计划。在花了很多时间阅读您的计划之后,今年我很高兴在我的2年级课堂上尝试它。但是,我确实有一个问题。您的计划似乎集中于管理可能背离/挑战规则的学生。您的计划是否以任何方式赞美那些学生“clips up”还是在教室里表现出杰出的行为而换卡?

    另外,您能否更好地说明您如何使用色卡或板上的姓名来跟踪行为!

    预先感谢您的建议,
    丹妮丝(俄亥俄州)

  7. Thank you so much for this 文章! I am new to your blog and am looking forward reading many more 文章s! I am a brand new teacher this year and have found 那 I really need a do-over for the beginning of the year. I am an elementary music teacher and only see my students twice a week for 30 minutes. Do you have any advice for helping students remember rules when they don’有一致的每日提醒吗?我发现我提醒学生的规则越多,我们在制作音乐上浪费的时间就越多,这最终会损害他们的进步。

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