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My Teacher Look: Get Students Back on Track

Lesson Objective: Redirect student behavior with a "teacher look"
All Grades / All Subjects / Behavior
1 MIN

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How do students learn the importance of a "teacher look"?
  2. When would be effective times to use this strategy?
  3. Why does Ms. Noonan say that every teacher needs to have a "teacher look"?

26 Comments

  • Private message to Synthia Williamson

Interesting how looking at a student in a certain 2way can facilitate more focus and on-task time.

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  • Private message to Clase Metales Graves
Definitely, it is a nice idea developing the "My Teacher Look": it is easy, respectful and, more important, it establishes a human connection! Once more, we can conclude, "less is more"
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  • Private message to Myeisha Streeter
The "My Teacher Look" is a very good idea for the students and teachers. I think all teachers should have one to help their students to get back on track if they lose focus on what is going on in the classroom.
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  • Private message to Jeremy Dixon
I liked that the teacher had a look that was private and respectful. It was between her and the student. I think students will respect you more if you treat them with respect.
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  • Private message to Helene Previl
teaching is a very challenging job
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Transcripts

  • My Teacher Look: Get Students Back on Track Transcript

    My teacher look.
    All teachers need a teacher look.
    When students are

    My Teacher Look: Get Students Back on Track Transcript

    My teacher look.
    All teachers need a teacher look.
    When students are not meeting expectations, I try to take into account what they need, and the best way in which to redirect them. So, for a lot of my students, calling them out publicly is not always the best way to redirect them. In fact, it can often set them off in a tailspin. So... At this point in the year, students are pretty familiar with what my teacher look looks like.
    And they know, that it’s a precursor if behavior doesn't change, to a public callout. And so it sort of gives them the respect of, I'm giving you a chance to get back in line right now. And, its private, its between you and I. But, it won't be if this continues 5 minutes from now. So, I think its a way of actually honoring and respecting students in what they need, while still redirecting them so their focus is on learning.

School Details

Think College Now School
2825 International Boulevard
Oakland CA 94601
Population: 306

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