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1 EDFS 330 CLASSROOM and BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT Spring credit hours Instructor: Michael Skinner, Ph.D. Class Hours: Monday and Wednesday: 9:00 10:15 a.m. 213 ECTR Office: # Wentworth (fax) Office Hours: Monday: 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Tuesday: 2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Wednesday: 2:00 p.m 3:30 p.m. (or by appointment) Course Description This course is designed to enable students to implement positive management techniques in their classrooms. The course focuses on principles and procedures underlying effective social and academic development and the use of effective motivational methods with children and young adults. Emphasis is placed on the use of positive techniques geared toward enhancing teaching effectiveness and each student s optimal growth and development. Course Prerequisite EDFS 201 Introduction to Education and permission of the program. Texts Alberto, P.A., & Troutman, A.C. (2009). Applied behavior analysis for teachers (8 th Ed.). Columbus, OH: Pearson, Merrill, Prentice Hall. Pryor, K. (2002). Don t shoot the dog: The new art of teaching and training. Surrey, Great Britain: Ringpress Books Ltd. Course Notebook at SASE-INK (219 Calhoun) Objectives Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Objectives 1. State and explain the characteristics of behaviors of effective teachers and impact of these on academic and social behaviors of students 2. Design a classroom management system for the School of Education Standard(s) CEC (2002) Standard(s) ISTE SC State Standards I,III,V 3 Standards of Conduct I, III, IV, V, VI, VII 3,5 Standards of Conduct

2 Skinner Sp 12 EDFS age and grade level appropriate for the student s area of concentration to include: the student-teacher relationship; designing the classroom environment; structuring the classroom for success; the power of positive reinforcement; managing problem behaviors without using punishment; managing problem behaviors using punishment; and maximizing education opportunity for all students. 3. Choose appropriate individual and group management techniques to enhance academic achievement. 4. Choose effective strategies for enhancing each student s independence and self-management. 5. Choose appropriate data collection and recording techniques for the purpose of evaluating individual and group classroom management plans. 6. Discuss ethical and professional considerations related to classroom management. 7. Identify the components of ADEPT Performance Dimension #9: Classroom Management II, III 3,5 Safe Schools II,III 3,5 Safe Schools VI 8 3a, 3b, 3c, 5c IV, VII 9 Standards of Conduct III 3,5 Safe Schools Climate Act Course Requirements (projects, assignments, & evaluation criteria) Classroom Management System You will design a classroom management system for the age and grade level you plan to teach. Details will be provided in class and in the course notebook.

3 Skinner Sp 12 EDFS Behavior Change Project You are responsible for designing, implementing, and evaluating a behavior change project. Details will be provided in class and in the course notebook. Class Attendance and Participation Points will be earned for both attendance and participation. Class attendance is expected behavior. If you are not present for a class, it is your responsibility to get the information covered. If, for medical or serious personal reasons, you will miss more than one class, I should be informed as soon as possible. A student may be dropped from the course for excessive absences (i.e., more than 15% of the scheduled classes). Tests You will take three tests based on required reading and information discussed in class. Tests will include items such as multiple choice, true/false, short answer, and/or essay. Quizzes You will take five (5) unannounced (i.e., can be made up only under extreme circumstances) quizzes at the beginning of class sessions. Quizzes will include material covered during previous class sessions. The lowest quiz grade will be dropped. The Guided Reading section of the course notebook provides an excellent study guide for quiz preparation. Final Examination The final examination will be cumulative. A study guide will be provided Course Evaluation Quizzes 5points each; lowest dropped) 20 Points Classroom Management System 80 Points Behavior Change Project 30 Points Attendance and Participation 20 Points Test #1 40 Points Test #2 40 Points Test #3 40 Points Final Examination 60 Points Total Points 330 Points Grading Scale Grade % Range Point Spread A A B B B C C

4 Skinner Sp 12 EDFS C D D D F... 69% & Below 229 & Below Student Code of Conduct The student code of conduct will be followed in this course. The code of the College can be found in the publication titled: Student Handbook: A Guide to Honorable Conduct. Copies of this document are provided to students at orientation and are also available in the Office of Student Affairs. Special Considerations/Agreements 1. All assignments are expected to be completed in a professional manner. Assignments should be type-written in 12-font (Times New Roman), double-spaced, 1 margins and in accordance with the most current APA Manual. 2. Assignments should be turned in on time. This means at the beginning of the class period of the due date. Each day that an assignment is submitted late, a minimum of one point will be deducted from you grade. 3. Please see me ASAP if you have conflicts with a scheduled test. Makeup tests will be given only as a result of valid conflicts/issues. 4. Out of respect for all students, please turn off your cell phone when entering the classroom. Exceptions will only be made in the case of a family emergency. 5. Any students requiring accommodations should contact the Center for Disability Services ( ) ASAP and provide me with documentation of needed accommodations. 6. The instructor reserves the right to make changes to the syllabus.

5 EDFS 330 Tentative Class Calendar Skinner Sp 12 EDFS Class Date Topics Covered Assignments January 9 Course Introduction 11 Models & Basic Principles of Behavior Chapter 1 (Pryor Forward) 16 No Class MLK Day 18 Models & Basic Principles of Behavior Chapter 1 (Pryor Forward) Management System Assigned 23 Behavior Change: Pinpointing Behavior & Chapter 2 Writing Behavioral Objectives 25 Behavior Change: Pinpointing Behavior & Chapter 2 Writing Behavioral Objectives 30 Behavior Change: Measuring Behavior Chapters 3 & 4 Feb 1 Behavior Change: Measuring Behavior Chapters 3 & 4 M.S.: Overview 6 Behavior Change: Measuring Behavior Chapters 3 & 4 8 Behavior Change: Determining the Chapter 5 Effectiveness of Interventions Test #1 13 Behavior Change: Determining the Chapter 5 Effectiveness of Interventions 15 Establishing Procedures for Increasing Appropriate Behavior 20 Establishing Procedures for Increasing Appropriate Behavior 22 Establishing Procedures for Increasing Appropriate Behavior 27 Establishing Procedures for Increasing Appropriate Behavior 29 Establishing Procedures for Decreasing Inappropriate Behavior March 5 & 7 No Class Spring Break 12 Establishing Procedures for Decreasing Inappropriate Behavior 14 Establishing Procedures for Decreasing Inappropriate Behavior 19 Proactive Behavior Management: Establishing Antecedent Control 21 Proactive Behavior Management: Establishing Antecedent Control 26 Proactive Behavior Management: Establishing Antecedent Control 28 Proactive Behavior Management: Establishing Antecedent Control April 2 Procedures for Generalizing & Maintaining Behavior Change Chapter 7 (Pryor Chapter 1) Behavior Change Project Assigned Chapter 7 (Pryor Chapter 1) M.S.: Evaluating Beh. Change Chapter 7 (Pryor Chapter 1) Chapter 7 (Pryor Chapter 1) Chapter 8 (Pryor Chapter 4) Test #2 Chapter 8 (Pryor Chapter 4) M.S.: Increasing Behavior Chapter 8 (Pryor Chapter 4) Chapter 9 (Pryor Chapts. 2&3) Chapter 9 (Pryor Chapts. 2&3) M.S.: Decreasing Behavior Chapter 9 (Pryor Chapts. 2&3) Chapter 9 (Pryor Chapts. 2&3) Chapter 10 Test #3

6 Skinner Sp 12 EDFS Procedures for Generalizing & Maintaining Behavior Change Chapter 10 M.S.: Proactive/Preventive 9 Presentation of Behavior Change Projects Behavior Change Projects Due 11 Self-Management Chapter Self-Management Chapter Using Behavior Change Procedures Ethically Chapter Course Conclusion Preparation for Final Examination Final Draft of Management System Due April 25 Final Exam (8 11 a.m.) Wednesday

7 Skinner Sp 12 EDFS Guidelines for Assessment by Students Enrolled in Special Education Coursework 1 at the College of Charleston The special education program adheres to all laws, regulations, and professional ethical guidelines regarding psychological and educational assessment. These include the CEC and APA codes of ethics and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Assessments required for coursework are not required to undergo Institutional Review Board procedures unless they are part of additional research or study (outside course requirements). Students enrolled in our coursework: 1. will obtain written parental/guardian informed consent before conducting any individual or small group 2 assessments. Those individuals who are the teachers of record of students undergoing assessment should obtain informed consent if the assessment is not a typical classroom assessment activity by that teacher. 2. will conduct individual or small group assessments only under the oversight of the course instructor(s) and responsible classroom teacher(s). 3. will maintain complete confidentiality of assessment subjects by refraining from discussing the assessment or its results with unauthorized persons and by using pseudonyms for subjects, family members, school staff members, and schools in any written or oral class assignments. It is not permitted to take photographs of assessment subjects. 4. will administer instruments only in the circumstances for which they were designed. Instruments must be current, valid for their purpose, age appropriate, and not biased with regard to gender, ethnicity, language, or disability. Instruments selected must be focused on the educational or behavioral area(s) of concern. Students who construct informal instruments will avoid these areas of bias and maintain instrument content validity. 5. will administer instruments according to written directions and protocols that accompany the instruments, including but not limited to adhering to guidelines about frequency of administration, time limitations, age restrictions, and basal and ceiling rules. 6. will administer and/or interpret only those instruments within the individual s range of training. The student will limit any interpretations to assessments actually administered and within the instrument s limitations. Students will not administer or interpret individual intelligence assessments, visual-motor assessments, Gestalt assessments, standardized or informal drawings, aperception assessments, or other psychological, language, physical, or emotional assessments that require specialized training beyond that of classroom teachers (i.e, as that required for certified school psychologists, licensed psychologists, speech/language specialists, audiologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, or medical doctors). 7. will maintain the copyright terms of all assessment materials. 8. will not participate in multidisciplinary team or IEP committee decision-making, other than as an invited observer. 9. will state in any written report or assessment summary that the assessment was conducted for teacher training purposes. 10. will report any problems experienced during assessments or infringements to these guidelines to the course instructor or department chair. Adopted by the faculty of the Special Education Program, College of Charleston, on 20 August Must be attached to all syllabi that require formal or informal assessments. 2 Small group organized for the purpose of assessment, not a typical instructional group within the class.

8 Skinner Sp 12 EDFS COURSE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Course policies and procedures apply to all EDEE and EDFS courses and all PEHD teacher education courses above the 200 level. 1. GRADING SCALES: UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE UNDERGRADUATE GRADING SCALE GRADUATE GRADING SCALE Letter Grades Percentage Range Grade Points Letter Grades Percentage Range Grade Points A % 4.0 A % 4.0 A % 3.7 B % 3.5 B % 3.3 B 85-88% 3.0 B 86-88% 3.0 C % 2.5 B % 2.7 C 77-80% 2.0 C % 2.3 F 0-76% 0 C 79-81% 2.0 C % 1.7 D % 1.3 D 72-74% 1.0 D % 0.7 F 0-69% 0.0 A grade of 76 or below is considered a failing grade for all graduate courses. There are no grades of D in graduate courses. There are no minus grades in graduate courses. 2. PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIORS/DISPOSITIONS: Students are responsible for all content and assignments for each course and are expected to demonstrate professional behaviors consistent with our EHHP professional dispositions: We believe that all children can learn We value and respect individual differences We value respectful human interactions We exhibit and encourage intellectual curiosity, enthusiasm about learning, and a willingness to learn new ideas We are committed to inquiry, reflection, and self-assessment We value collaborate and cooperative work We are sensitive to community and cultural contexts We engage in fair, responsible, and ethical practice 3. ATTENDANCE: Class attendance and punctuality are expected professional behaviors. A student may earn a failing grade for excessive absences equaling more than 15% of class meetings or 2 weeks of class (15% of classes meeting 3 x weekly = 6 absences; 2 x weekly = 4 absences; 1 x weekly = 2 absences). In addition, students are responsible for meeting specific attendance requirements outlined in each course syllabus.

9 Skinner Sp 12 EDFS MISSED COURSE ASSESSMENTS: If a student misses a course assessment (e.g., quiz, test, examination, assignment) other than the final examination for a legitimate reason (as determined by the instructor), the instructor has the discretion to administer a make up. It is the responsibility of the student to make arrangements with the instructor for any make up work. 5. DUE DATES: All due dates for scheduled course assignments and assessments are listed in each course syllabus. Changes are announced in class. The instructor determines consequences related to late work. It is suggested that students have a reliable class contact for course information in case of absences. 6. FINAL EXAMINATIONS: The course final examination (test, performance, project) only takes place during the college-specified period. Undergraduate students with more than two finals scheduled on one day may arrange an alternate time for one exam with Undergraduate Academic Services. Graduate students apply to the Graduate School for changes. 7. COURSE PAPERS: All course papers will be word-processed using the most current style guide published in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 8. HONOR SYSTEM: All courses in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance are conducted under the College of Charleston Honor Code found in the Student Handbook at Students are responsible for reading, understanding, and adhering to the Code of Conduct. Ignorance is no excuse. Both students and faculty are responsible for reporting violations to Student Affairs. Conviction of an Honor Code violation results in a grade of XF for the course in which the violation occurred. For help clarifying paraphrasing vs. plagiarism, see the following websites: and 9. ADA ACCOMMODATIONS: In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), all qualified students are entitled to reasonable accommodations. The instructor must be notified during the first week of class of any accommodations needed. 10. MISSION: The mission of the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance at the College of Charleston is the development of educators and health professionals to lead a diverse community of learners toward an understanding of and active participation in a highly complex world. Our mission is to be a community of diverse teacher leaders who ensure exemplary learning and wellness opportunities for all individuals. Professionals who can make the Teaching- Learning Connection through attaining the three Elements of Teacher Competency (ETC) create these opportunities for learners. The ETCs organize the EHHP standards for effective teaching. Students are expected to understand the Elements of Teacher Competency and the EHHP standards as they relate to their preparation to become a teacher leader. ETC1: Understanding and valuing the learner Standard 1: Evidence theoretical and practical understanding of the ways learners develop ETC2: Knowing what and how to teach and assess and how to create an environment in which learning occurs

10 Skinner Sp 12 EDFS Standard II: Demonstrate understanding and application of the critical attributes and pedagogy of the major content areas Standard III: Evidence a variety of strategies that optimize student learning Standard IV: Demonstrate an understanding of the continuous nature of assessment and its role in facilitating learning ETC3: Understanding ourselves as professionals Standard V: Participate in informed personal and shared decision making that has as its focus the enhancement of schooling and the profession Standard VI: Communicate effectively with students, parents, colleagues, and the community Standard VII: Show an understanding of the culture and organization of schools and school systems and their connection to the larger society

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