Routines and Procedures

Routines and Procedures Plan – Broyer

Classroom Management Plan – Routines and Procedures

IV. ROUTINES AND PROCEDURES:

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In my teaching experience, maintaining classroom routines and daily procedures support safety, predictability, and eases disruptive morning and afternoon transitions. Having morning and afternoon routines minimizes reduces social-emotional stress, promotes time-on-task, and supports student responsibility. Implementing routines assists my readiness to teach, helps observe student social-emotional conditions, and provides quick-turn reflection concerning lesson activities. Furthermore, I believe in teaching, and re-teaching routines and procedures using the gradual release of responsibility strategy GRR or also know as “I do, We do, You do.”

V. MANAGING STUDENT WORK:

Managing student work remains a critical aspect of classroom effectiveness and instruction time. Also, 21st-century learning provides innovative opportunities to organize, create routines, and provide feedback. Thus, having a hybrid paper and digital organizational strategy represents ongoing reflection and adjustment.

VI. RECORD KEEPING – DATA TRACKING:

If I lack a learning management system (LMS) or a district-wide technology platform, I will continue to use technology to stay organized. To remain efficient and reduce paper waste, I utilize Google for Education to create color-coded folders on Google Drive and label folders corresponding with the student assignment color-coded structure. Also, I create a master folder to collect student data, track homework, feedback, and classroom participation. Hence, all folders will maintain a corresponding digital grade book Google Sheets document or a similar platform.

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