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Fred Jones PAT Say, See, Do Seating Arrangements Backup System
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Helpless Hand Raiser
Jones' term for a student that just won't let you walk away, who don't know what to do, and who forgot instructions already.
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The Teacher
The person deciding the PAT
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What are the three modalities?
Say, See, Do
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What is the term for the concentric circles, teachers should be aware of in the classroom?
Zones of Proximity. Red, yellow, and green.
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How many options (or levels) are there in the Backup System?
There are three options: small, medium, and large.
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Taught in a classroom
Fred Jones never actually did this
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Wasting time
Students are experts in this
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Why do students need to be active participants in their learning?
Students learn in cycles of seeing the information and "doing" something with the information; it helps to stop students from forgetting.
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What is the most basic technique for managing the behavior of a group?
Working the Crowd!
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If utilized correctly, which option (or level) should be the most common that you use in the classroom?
The small backup option should be the most common in your classroom because it gives the student the chance to make a better choice.
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Clinical Psychology
Fred Jones has a Ph.D in
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10-30 minutes
Research shows the ideal amount of time for a PAT
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What is chunking?
Chunking lessons requires tasks and concepts to be broken down into smaller parts. For example, the teacher should not give all of the directions for a final project on the same day. All steps should be broken down into manageable parts to help students focus on specific skills.
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By working the crowd, you change your zones of proximity. What else do you do, when you are mobile in the classroom?
Disrupt Disruptions!
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The Backup System is meant for what kind of misbehavior?
The Backup System is meant for sudden obnoxious incidents or repeat disruptors.
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Routines
Fred Jones discovered that the best ran classrooms have
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Giver and Time Keeper
The teachers role in PAT
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Why should teachers be activators and not facilitators?
Activators encourage student progress by consistently monitoring and providing feedback.
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What is a great example of a successful seating arrangement?
Interior loop seating arrangement!
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Fill in the blank: When giving a student a warning while in the small option of the Backup System, this warning must be ________.
Private!
The Backup System can only work if the warning is private, so as not to embarrass the student or further disrupt the class.
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Observation in the classroom
Fred Jones gained his knowledge from 40 years of
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Seconds
When students have time loss, it should be accrued in
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How could you use Say, See, Do in your classroom?
Guided note taking, reciprocal teaching, hands on projects - Anything that puts the learning ownership on the kids!
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What widens when you arrange your classroom in the interior loop arrangement?
Your walkways!
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How many warnings does a student receive in the small option of the Backup System?
Three! The student receives three relatively private chances to make a better decision before progressing to parent/teacher meetings and administrative action.






Theorist Fred Jones

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