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Classroom management

Classroom management



If you want to know more about classroom managenment

If you want to know more about classroom managenment



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    • WHAT IS CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT? Classroom management is ways of organizing the resources, pupils and helpers so that teaching and learning can proceed in an efficient and safe manner. ..2 major goals:
    • Describe a well-managed classroom
    • CHARACTERISTICS OF A WELL-MANAGED CLASSROOM…  Student Engagement  Clear expectations.  EffectiveTime Management  Positive Work Environment  Firm discipline
    • TECHNIQUES FOR BETTER CLASSROOM CONTROL  Focus attention on entire class  Don’t talk over student chatter  Silence can be effective  Use softer voice  Direct your instruction so that students know what is going to happen
    • A DANGEROUS TEACHER:  Believes that what he/she does outside of here has no bearing  Believes that anger shouldn't be part of the curriculum  Never makes time to just sit and listen  Believes that this kids have no right to be mad  Believes that he/she can’t make a difference  Believes that punishment is more effective than discipline
    • THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER:  Have a Positive Attitude  SetYour Expectations Early  Develop a Good Rapport with your Students  Create a safe learning environment.  Knows the difference between an effective teacher and an ineffective one
    • RITUALS  How to start class and get students’ attention  Flicker lights, count down from five.  Stand in the center of the room and wait for them to catch on.  Begin class with a warm-up to allow students to ‘warm-up’ to the class. Some cultures prefer to not just jump right into things but to gradually work their way up.  Stand quietly at the front of class & wait until it’s quiet. Smile. Breathe. (note: this doesn’t always work!) Do the same opening ritual every day, Pavlov style.  Always start class with providing a “comic strip of the day” or a “word of the day” or “unknown random fact of the day” or something else that may be funny or attention grabbing. Don’t reveal it until the bell rings. Students will begin to look forward to this and come to class on time to see it. Then,once the students have a great laugh, give the plan for the day and start teaching.  Take roll daily at the same time (when the bell rings). Even though this is boring, the expectant roll call will get the students in their seats on time.  Overall, no matter what ritual is used, it should be consistent. By using the same starting ritual every day, the students will come to expect what’s next.  Ask for attention.? !!!