Classroom Rules and Discipline

Classroom Rules and Discipline

Tech Ed Classroom Rules

Due to the nature of the tech ed course, it is imperative that all student's behavior is appropriate and does not create a disruption to the learning process.

To encourage and reward appropriate behavior, I give a "Lab Grade" about every two weeks. For students who choose to do the "right thing", a 100% is in order. Those who choose not to, there will be a deduction (of course every two weeks, a chance is given to start over).

Why do I do this?

Because I believe that whenever a student's action causes a disruption/delay in the leaning process; they are NOT DOING THEIR JOB!

The following is a brief list of what is expected: Don't touch others or their "stuff"
Don't talk when the teacher is talking.
No "Horseplay"

The Tech Ed Lab Grade

It is my belief that all students have the right to attend class and receive information/instruction without unnecessary disturbances caused intentionally by other students.

These disturbances may be caused by a variety of actions taken by some students, but typically are the result of one of the following: 1. Talking out or holding conversations while the teacher is talking. 2. Keeping their hands off of other people or their personal property.

In tech ed, safety cannot be jeopardized for any reason! When students are not receiving "all" information, their safety cannot be fully ensured! Therefore they will loose points on the lab grade which is given about every other week.

The good news is, if your son or daughter is "doing the right thing", they receive an automatic 100% on this grade. If they are not, ask them why! Better yet, ask me why and I'll explain!

Sincerely, Mr. Faranov


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