How to Have Your
Classroom Ready
 Use your time as effectively as possible
 Implemented group strategies with high
levels of involvement and low levels o...
 The Work is Ready
 materials are ready
before the bell rings
 The Room is Ready
 Work oriented
environment
 The Teac...
 Do not over arrange or over decorate your
room for the opening of school
 Your room should be neat and pleasant
 Your ...
 Number of desk.
 Get to know the Administrators and
Custodians.
 Desk facing the teacher.
 Keep high traffic areas cl...
 Maximize your proximity to students and
frequently used materials and equipment.
 A teacher’s discipline problems are d...
 Student material
letter
 Names and desks
ready
 Basic materials
ready
 Organizing your
materials
 Electronics and
me...
 Valuables in a secure place
 Emergency materials handy
 Teachers manuals for each textbook in your
class
 Forms for d...
 Prepares, prepares,
and prepares
 Prepares the
classroom for
effective work
 Maximizes proximity
to the students
 Pre...
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How to have a prepared classroom

  1. 1. How to Have Your Classroom Ready
  2. 2.  Use your time as effectively as possible  Implemented group strategies with high levels of involvement and low levels of misbehavior  Select lesson formats and academic tasks conductive to high student involvement  Communicate clear procedures of participation
  3. 3.  The Work is Ready  materials are ready before the bell rings  The Room is Ready  Work oriented environment  The Teacher is Ready  Positive expectations all student will succeed  Have your classroom ready, every single day, especially the first day of school.
  4. 4.  Do not over arrange or over decorate your room for the opening of school  Your room should be neat and pleasant  Your classroom should be arranged so that students and furniture don’t get in the way of learning
  5. 5.  Number of desk.  Get to know the Administrators and Custodians.  Desk facing the teacher.  Keep high traffic areas clear.  Strategic location ready for students that nee to be isolated.
  6. 6.  Maximize your proximity to students and frequently used materials and equipment.  A teacher’s discipline problems are directly proportional to the teacher’s distance form the students  Place the desk where you can easily monitor students  Place the teacher desk away from the door
  7. 7.  Student material letter  Names and desks ready  Basic materials ready  Organizing your materials  Electronics and media close to outlets
  8. 8.  Valuables in a secure place  Emergency materials handy  Teachers manuals for each textbook in your class  Forms for daily school routines
  9. 9.  Prepares, prepares, and prepares  Prepares the classroom for effective work  Maximizes proximity to the students  Prepares a classroom environment that is organized and safe
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