When I attended Mr. Hutton?s computer class it was very colorful and organized. He told me that at the beginning of the school year he had the students line up and them assigned them computers by numbers. He each computer had a number, then each student was given a number. His rules were posted on the closest door on a bright colorful poster. They were to the point and not drawn out. I think that they applied to all grades and at all times. Students were not allowed to call out in class; they had to stay in their seats unless they asked first. And they were not allowed to touch anyone else?s computer. They had to follow Mr. Hutton?s directions and raise their hands when they had a question. I thought that all of his rules made sense and wouldn?t confuse the children. I used his chart for the bases of my discipline plan.
By reading Cantar?s Book of Discipline I have also learned that the ?Rules of the Classroom? should be direct and to the point. You should not mix academic rules with behavioral rules; this would confuse
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