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My students are in 9-12 ESE self-contained classroom. When we go to specials they do not want to stay in a group. I do not want to put them in a line like they are in elementary, but I do not think it acceptable for them to be so spread out and where I can't see them. How do I address this?
Solution: (Rates are posted for this solution!)
If students cannot walk from specials to specials in a large group, then consider splitting the group up with the assistant of a co-teacher or an aide. Add this as a new procedure for the class and reward those who follow the rules. Remember to go over these rules every morning as a part of the morning routine.
 
     
     
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The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: I like this solution. Breaking students up will cause less distractions from happening in the hallways. It will also help with behavior management and with letting more people walk through.
Rated On: February 24, 2018 2:34 am
Rated By: ePymyp
 
     
     
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The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: This would be extremely helpful
Rated On: February 24, 2018 7:23 pm
Rated By: aXugyq
 
     
     
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The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: The solution provide respects students and uses the teacher's resources effectively.
Rated On: February 25, 2018 7:15 am
Rated By: geSuNy
 
     
     
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The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: If I were in this situation, I would exactly do this
Rated On: February 25, 2018 3:15 pm
Rated By: Vunypu
 
     
     
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The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: Splitting the group up is a great idea. The students safety is main priority.
Rated On: February 25, 2018 10:52 pm
Rated By: pyMuba
 
     
     
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The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: If I were in this situation, I would exactly do this
Rated On: February 28, 2018 1:28 am
Rated By: agedyQ
 
     
     
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The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: I think this is a good idea! sometimes it takes a village!
Rated On: October 3, 2018 1:29 am
Rated By: Brittany Doxsey
 
     
     
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The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: If praise and reviewing the hallway policies are not working in a whole group transition, then I agree that this is an alternative. Breaking down the class into smaller groups will make it easier for the teacher to monitor all students and provide constant attention to each student as needed.
Rated On: October 6, 2018 6:36 pm
Rated By: zazyny