CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
Module One | Establishing Classroom Rules for Student Deportment

Pre-Test | Establishing Classroom Rules for Student Deportment

Check ONLY the statements which are TRUE. When finished click the “Score This Test” button at the bottom of the page. Be sure to note your score so you can measure your improvement.

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Classroom rules should be developed after the selection and administration of consequences in order to establish a classroom routine. 

2.

It is best, at least initially, for the teacher to develop classroom rules without student participation. 

3.

Teachers’ expectations are more clearly communicated when classroom rules are stated positively. 

4.

It is important to specify many rules in order to cover various possible student behaviors. 

5.

Common classroom rules help to avoid student confusion. 

6.

Administrators need to know what steps teachers took before deciding to send a student to the office. 

7.

Teachers should be able to send any student who engages in an infraction to the office. 

8.

When teaching classroom rules, it is usually sufficient to present the students with a document or booklet describing the rules. 

9.

Sending a copy of the classroom rules to parents can help avoid misunderstandings and solicit increased parental support. 

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Rules alone do not bring about appropriate behaviors.  Therefore, rule-following by students needs to be reinforced. 

  

 

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