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Classroom Management Plan

Statement of Purpose
Our classroom will provide a safe, positive learning environment, which promotes cooperation,
creativity, and academic success. All students will be active participants in the educational
process in order to achieve their full potential.

1. Come to class on time, prepared, with all supplies and assignments.
2. Listen and follow directions.
3. Raise your hand before speaking or leaving your seat.
4. Keep your hands and feet to yourself.
5. Respect your classmates and your teacher.

The consequences of failing to comply with the above rules are:

1. Verbal warning (no more than three warnings)
2. Environmental modification (change seat)
3. Contact with parents or guardians
4. Detention
5. Conference with parents or guardians
6. Office referral

When entering the classroom, the students should
o Get all necessary materials before the bell rings.
o Sit down in their assigned seats quietly.
o Find all necessary materials (pencil, paper, notebook, and book) and have them
o Wait for further directions.
At the beginning of class, I will
o Take attendance on a class roster.
o Pass back any papers that I have.
o Put any bell work directions on the board.
o Distribute any papers or materials that will be necessary for the lesson.
When I am ready to begin class, I will
o Greet the students.
o Ask them if they have any questions over the homework.
o Ask them to get out their homework.
o Expect the students to be quiet when I begin talking.
To gain my attention or assistance, the students should raise their hands and wait patiently
until I call on them or walk over to them.
When working in groups, the students should
o Work together and speak to the entire group
o Each have a role or responsibility, such as recorder, facilitator, and resource
o Contribute to the conversation.
o Respect one anothers ideas.
o Only talk about the math concept or problem they are asked to solve.
When working independently, the students should
o Be quietly working on the problem.
o Raise their hands if they need assistance.
o Not be asking neighbors for help.
All other materials that are not being used for class should be placed on the floor and
under the desks. They should not be placed in the aisles.
When distributing or collecting papers,
o I will ask the students to pile the papers up in the middle of their tables.
o The students should not be talking at this time.
When taking a test, the students should
o Wait patiently for directions after receiving the test
o Put everything except a pencil and calculator away
o Keep their eyes on their own papers
If the students are found to have cheated, they will receive a zero for the
test, and they will receive a detention.
o Turn their tests in after they are finished
o Work quietly on other work until everyone has finished
The students will be able to use their cell phones at the end of the class if there is any free
time. During class, they should put them away. If they have them out during class, I will
ask them to put them away. If they continue to use them, they should place their phones
on my desk and they will be able to get it back at the end of class.

Grading Policy
Homework will be assigned four or five times a week, which should be completed for the next
class period. Late homework without an excuse will not receive credit. Most homework
assignments will be checked for completion, but once a week, the homework will be collected
and graded. Homework assignments should be completed individually.

Tests will be given at the end of each unit or chapter, and quizzes will be given during the
chapter. There will also be group activities and bell work that will be completed during class.

Grading will be determined by the following percentages:

Tests 35%
Quizzes 25%
Homework 20%
Other classwork 20%

Contacting Parents/Guardians
I will contact the parents and guardians at the beginning of the year by sending an introduction
letter home that requires the parents or guardians to sign and return the bottom portion of the
letter. Throughout the year, I will send emails or make phone calls to inform the parents or
guardians about both negative and positive behavior in the class. I will be available whenever the
parents have questions. They can send me an email or call me, and I will respond quickly. I will
also attend the parent-teacher conferences to further contact the parents.

Classroom Arrangement
To promote collaboration, I will have the students sit together in groups. During tests or quizzes,
I will ask that the students do not look at other students papers. I will have dividers to separate
the students when they are taking a test, or if I have desks, I may have them move to different
desks. My floor plan might look like this plan.

My cabinets and bookshelves will contain books, planning supplies, and other class supplies that
will be used during the year. I will have paper and pencils for the students to use, but I will ask
the students to return the pencils after they have finished with them.

I may have bulletin boards with seasoning information, and I will have inspirational posters on
the wall. If I can find posters related to math topics, I will have them on the wall, too. I will try to
create a positive learning environment for all students.