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Teach Like a Champion

Radar and No Opt Out

100% Ideas and Principles


Key Idea: 100% compliance, 100% of the time, 100% of the way
should be the expectation. Getting there requires finesse.
Getting 100% depends on three key principles:
Emphasize Compliance You Can See

Use the Least Invasive Form of Intervention


Rely on Firm, Calm, Finesse

Compliance You Can See


Build Radar
Be Seen
Looking

Increase your chances of seeing it

Draw students attention to the fact that you are


looking

Visible
Compliance

Pencils in the tray vs. Pencils down

Marginal
Compliance

Students are always asking if we will accept the


bare minimum

Compliance You Can See

150

Show me
SLANT.

Dance moves in the classroom

The Invisible
Column

The Swivel

The Politician

The Disco Finger

Be Seen Dance Moves in the Classroom

The Tiptoe

The Sprinkler

The Quarterback

Dance Moves in Action

Lets Dance
Each person at your table choose a different dance move
and show the table members how to perform it.

Utilize the Least Invasive form of Intervention

1. Non-Verbal Intervention
2. Positive Group Correction

3. Anonymous Individual Correction


4. Private Individual Correction
5. Lightning-Quick Public Correction
6. Consequence

While shown
in order of
escalation,
these are not
necessarily
sequential
steps

Strong Non-Verbal Interventions Are:


Done While
Teaching

Combined with
Circulating

Describe the
Solution (What to
Do)

Less is more:
Two most important
things?

Emotionally
Constant

Positives Too

Positive Group Correction

Verbal reminder to the group


Describes the solution
Used early- when student attention might
be wandering
Tone shift + EOL

Positive Group and Individual Correction

Anonymous Individual Correction


Verbal group accountability,
combined with non-verbal
individual accountability to
intimate who the student is to the
student (e.g., eye contact)
Makes it explicit that not everyone
is where they need to be

Five Core Principles of the Personal Individual Correction


1. What to Do

Specific
Concrete
Sequential
Observable

2. Civility and Purpose


3. The Strong Voice Core
4. Its Still Circulating
5. Task for Class

Positive Group vs. Anonymous Individual Reflection

How is an Anonymous Individual Correction different from a Positive


Group Correction? Why might you use one vs. the other?

Rely on Firm, Calm and Finesse


Purpose Not
Power

Universal
Language

Share the why.


We need two people with us.

Catch it
Early

Before it becomes an it.

Thank
You

Civility is in place; I won.

Bright Face

Smile - show everything will be OK

The Art of Consequence


Illusion of Privacy
(Whisper
Consequence)

Emotional
Constancy

Tag the Behavior

Purpose not Power

Bounce Back
Statement

Maintain the Pace

No Opt Out

Reasons Why No Opt Out Works:


Teaches students its not okay not to try

Can help ensure that all students especially reluctant


ones take responsibility for learning
Validates students who do know the answer by allowing
them to help their peers in a positive way.
Effective in helping students who genuinely dont know
the answer because it rehearses success.

Four Formats of No Opt Out


Format 1
You provide the answer and the student repeats

Format 2
Another student provides the answer, and the initial student repeats the answer.

Format 3
You provide a cue; your student uses it to find the answer.

Format 4
Another student provides a cue; the initial student uses it to find the answer.

Format 2

Examples of No Opt Out

Can we implement these in our


classrooms starting now?
Radar and No Opt Out