Behavioral Management Plan
The environment of the computer lab must be maintained to an accepted
standard of level of discipline. Because of the cost of computer
machinery, it is mandatory that students have mutual respect for the
machines and for other students while they are in the lab.
Therefore, you will be expected to act grown up and serious about the
work area and the production level of the computer room at all times.
1. Enter the room in an appropriate manner.
quietly enter the computer lab on time. Place all personal belongs on
the counter in the back of the lab and go directly to your assigned
seat. You are not to run for danger of injuring yourself, a classmate,
or damaging the computer equipment.
2. Get to work immediately at the starting bell.
up drills. A good working environment helps to create positive working
habits. These habits will promote better production for the class
period. It is
3. Carefully follow directions.
Follow the directions on the whiteboard, displayed on the projector screen, or stated by the instructor at all times.
4. At all times stay on assigned tasks.
stay on the work or assignments that you have been instructed to
complete. Do not move on to other areas of a program or software.
5. Remain in your assigned computer seat.
ask to leave your seat for a drink, or to go to the restroom during the
keyboarding segment of the class period. The keyboarding segment is
the first ten minutes of each mod. The only class time that you will be
permitted to leave the computer room is during the production time,
which is your time.
Good behavior will help your grade!
grades are determined by your classroom conduct. Remember your
behavior grade will be affected by your misbehavior. Not following the
rules, talking, disturbing others, being nonproductive, leaving your
seat, moving out of the assigned program, and misusing the hall
privileges for the restroom or the drinking fountain are all taken into
consideration for determining your behavior grades.
Behavioral Management Plan
Consequences for breaking the classroom rules are as follows:
First warning - Verbal warning
Second warning - Written warning in planner/note home
Third warning - Parents contacted by phone call or email
Fourth warning - The office will receive a referral on your behavior
Expected Levels of Achievement
7th and 8th Grade
Each student will be expected to demonstrated individual mastery of
each objective and work cooperatively with fellow students when
appropriate. Grades are determined by a number of factors, which
average to a designated percentage and will be recorded as a letter
grade for both 7th and 8th grades.
See the following two pages for 7th and 8th grade computer class grade categories and their percentages.