The teacher as a classroom manager

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The teacher as a classroom manager

  1. 1. The Teacher as a Classroom Manager
  2. 2. An effective classroom organization plan involves advance planning of a lesson, from beginning to end, using a variety of procedures.
  3. 3. For the teacher, this means utilizing classroom management techniques all throughout the lesson in order to maintain a consistent learning atmosphere.
  4. 4. Such techniques involve focusing on the whole class, rather than on individual students and their behavior.
  5. 5. Why..do we need to become a MANAGER?
  6. 6. Because teachers are watched by thirty five or more pairs of eyes at a time, it is crucial that teachers focus on procedures that enforce his or her role as a manager.
  7. 7. Another reason.... (short video clip presentation)
  8. 8. To review , procedures are classroom methods for accomplishing daily routines and other specific activities that recur frequently in classrooms
  9. 9. An effective classroom plan usually has 90% classroom management and 10% teaching new material.
  10. 10. “ How can we ACHIEVE this..?”
  11. 11. examples of classroom procedures
  12. 12. 1. admit late students
  13. 13. 2. how to greet and seat students
  14. 14. 3. collecting and reviewing homework
  15. 15. 4. methods of informing the class of the day’s lesson
  16. 16. 5. leaving the class.
  17. 17. ( SHORT VIDEO CLIP)
  18. 18. WHAT IS THE RESULT?
  19. 19. Students will constantly test the teacher’s reaction to all classroom management issues. In this respect, consistency is the key .
  20. 20. Main topic: PLANNING
  21. 21. Content Based Procedures – Beginning the Lesson
  22. 22. “ Once the teacher has acquired control of the class, she or he is ready to teach new material”
  23. 23. A. Maintaining On-task behavior
  24. 24. - Students should be prepared for the main task of the lesson.
  25. 25. “ Give the students a feeling of diversity and excitement .”
  26. 26. B. Final Words
  27. 27. - With time, students should know the basic routines and procedures of a lesson.
  28. 28. “ What is the main SCENARIO?”
  29. 29. Classroom management techniques and activities in conclusion, should be focused on the whole class rather than on individual students in order to maintain an ongoing effective and consistent classroom organization system.

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