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Behavior as Communication
Understanding Behavior 2:06
Functions of Behavior 5:33
Reinforcing Behavior 7:39
Setting Routines 3:59
Frontloading Routines 2:22
Practicing Routines 2:27
Rules and Consequences
Classroom Rules 3:07
Logical Consequences 5:34
Proactive Breaks 4:03
Partnering with Others
Building Your Village 3:35
School Community Members as Partners 2:08
Families as Partners 3:49
The Importance of Language
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Gain insight into why students act the way they do.
2 Walk through the process for setting up strong, proactive classroom routines and procedures.
3 Learn how to set meaningful classroom rules and follow through with logical consequences.
Classroom management can be one of the most difficult things to master as an art educator. With so many students rotating through the art room each day, a solid plan is key. In this PRO Pack, you’ll unlock the secrets of student behavior and gain specific strategies to make sure your classroom runs smoothly – no matter what the day brings!
A. Creates and communicates clear expectations and consequences
B. Creates and communicates clear routines and procedures
C. Develops and maintains a documentation system for student behavior
11. Relationship Building
A. Builds rapport and positive relationships with students
B. Creates and maintains an environment of respect
C. Maintains self-control in challenging situations
Head of Student Services and Admissions and PRO Facilitator
Shannon’s passion lies where creative expression in art education collides with meeting the needs of all learners. After teaching art for several years in therapeutic schools to students with emotional and behavioral disabilities, she earned a Master’s certification from Kean University in 2011 in Special Education. She has worked with learners preschool-aged through adult and is devoted to developing strategies and interventions that provide creative outlets for students of all abilities in the art room. As a graduate instructor and admissions and academic advisor, she is dedicated to shaping the future of professional learning to art educators.