程序的主要目标是加快课堂内定期流程的方法，并且能够最大限度地提高学生必须学习和参与的时间。我认为这需要学生输入不适合所有程序，但对于某些特别困难或具有挑战性的，或者可能只会受益于有其他视角，以巩固这些课堂程序。真正困扰着我的人是迟到或缺席的想法，因为它会在课堂内发生，教师需要真正考虑学生学习的意思。通常，教师直接惩罚学生迟到课堂。但我认为当你开始考虑学生和这种具有挑战性行动的根源时，它有所不同。也许他们的父母正在多次工作，并及时让他们上学不是一种可能性，或者在适当的优先事项方面只有一些滞后。一种nd so being able to work with that student and work with the family to share your view of punctuality but also being flexible and saying, “Well, I understand you just can’t come on time because you’re getting off of a night shift.” Is there a way to not penalize the student? Can we spend additional time after school? Can we spend time during lunch in order to make up for the missed learning or the curriculum that is occurring? I don’t think students should be penalized for things that are definitely out of their control. And so the more the teacher can work with them in order to solidify things and understand the background of what’s happening will allow for structures within the classroom to be more culturally responsive.
所以，如果你看到有办法拿出一个过程，让您的生活更轻松，让孩子们知道，需要发生，这对程序的好地方的步骤。一些真正的共同程序有了孩子用铅笔刀，用方便，如何注册吃午饭，在早上考勤，在转弯的功课，是所有的东西，如果你能拿出的步骤和顺序有它成功地发生，一旦你与同学合作，帮助他们了解它，然后它只是变成自动的，它实际上为您节省大量的行为矫正，并赢得你回来一定的教学时间，因为他们知道这个过程是什么。他们知道的步骤是什么。If you’ve already started your school year and maybe had a procedure for walking in the hallways or signing up for lunch and realize that things are not going as smoothly as you’re transitioning from one class to the next, or that getting them lined up at the end of the day to walk the hallways to get their buses isn’t going as well as you think it could, that would be indication of that it’s time for a procedure.
在年初，我们迈出了前两周真正锤击，练习课堂程序，以便他们了解它的工作如何前进。当他们进来和铃声戒指时，我再次开始了一天。我们都回去了外面。我们练习进入房间。这看起来像什么？去前台，抓住你的笔记本，坐下来，开始你的热身。如果我们那天使用电脑，我们如何获得计算机？在年初，我将把它们分配一个数字。他们会上升。第一个第一。 They sit down. Number two goes. We practice putting them back. Even if we haven’t used the computers yet, we’re just practicing that routine. They get a schedule of what to expect both every week and every day. This is what we’re going to do first, second, third, having that schedule on the board for them to see so that they can get used to that idea. So, as painstaking as it could be, we practiced those procedures every day for at least the first two weeks of school. They knew what the warm-up would look like, how it would be structured, how long they’d have to complete that warm-up before moving to the next activity, what to do if they didn’t complete it in time, how to schedule makeup work time, how to contact me if they had questions. They were all things that were super annoying for them at the beginning of the year but then after that first quarter really helped the class room learning to flow. Whether it was 45 minutes or an hour-and-a-half for that class time, they knew how to accomplish what they needed to do.