Keeping Your Sanity in Tact and Your Heart       Open in the Midst Of Everyday Life
Why was the math             book so sad?Because it was full of problems
Learning Styles Self Assessment          Column A – Tactile Learners          (aka Kinesthetic Learners)     Column B – Au...
Let’s Talk About It…  Why is it important for you, as a teacher,  to know what type of learner you are?  How can you use t...
Let’s See It…Video - Rude Elementary Students     Watch          The        Behavior
Let’s Talk About It… What does a classroom look like when there are no management strategies used by the teacher? What doe...
Definition of Classroom ManagementAn intra-classroom management style of instruction thatreflects the ability of the indiv...
Definition of Classroom ManagementAn intra-classroom management style of instruction thatreflects the ability of the indiv...
Definition of Classroom Management                                                         officially Within the walls of ...
Classroom Management Goals1. To stop potential problems before they start.2. To learn how to deal effectively with misbeha...
Preventative Strategies1. Establish a relationship with student bytreating them as a valuable human being withinherent wor...
Strategies for Responding to Misbehavior    1. Use logical and age-appropriate consequences.    2. Creative responses.    ...
Now You Try With Your Group …               Handout: Methods for Being               Prepared as a Teacher                ...
What Did I Use Today?      Tactile/Kinesthetic Learners Auditory Learners   Visual Learners
Let’s Think About What We Discovered…             Individual Work                               Bonus Round
What Did We Talk About Today?                        What type of learners we are & why this is                        imp...
Before We Take A Break…                 Exit Ticket –Please answer                 the following questions on             ...
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Developing classroom management strategies for the first-year teacher: Keeping your sanity in tact and your heart open in the midst of everyday life

  1. 1. Keeping Your Sanity in Tact and Your Heart Open in the Midst Of Everyday Life
  2. 2. Why was the math book so sad?Because it was full of problems
  3. 3. Learning Styles Self Assessment Column A – Tactile Learners (aka Kinesthetic Learners) Column B – Auditory Learners Column C – Visual Learners
  4. 4. Let’s Talk About It… Why is it important for you, as a teacher, to know what type of learner you are? How can you use this particular informal learning assessment in your class?
  5. 5. Let’s See It…Video - Rude Elementary Students Watch The Behavior
  6. 6. Let’s Talk About It… What does a classroom look like when there are no management strategies used by the teacher? What does a classroom look like when there are management strategies used by the teacher? Why is it important to develop effective classroom skills as a teacher?
  7. 7. Definition of Classroom ManagementAn intra-classroom management style of instruction thatreflects the ability of the individual teacher to formallyand informally teach students while creating a positivelearning environment that allows students to developself-discipline techniques they can utilize throughouttheir lives.
  8. 8. Definition of Classroom ManagementAn intra-classroom management style of instruction thatreflects the ability of the individual teacher to formallyand informally teach students while creating a positivelearning environment that allows students to developself-discipline techniques they can utilize throughouttheir lives.
  9. 9. Definition of Classroom Management officially Within the walls of the room method teachingAn intra-classroom management style of instruction thatreflects the ability of the individual teacher to formallyand informally teach students while creating a positivelearning environment that allows students to developself-discipline techniques they can utilize throughouttheir lives. unofficially use skills control
  10. 10. Classroom Management Goals1. To stop potential problems before they start.2. To learn how to deal effectively with misbehaviorwhen it does occur.3. To have an efficient learning environment whichmeets student, teacher and school needs.4. To never be afraid to attempt new things within theclassroom and to ask for feedback of these new strategies5. To never give up on myself and my students.
  11. 11. Preventative Strategies1. Establish a relationship with student bytreating them as a valuable human being withinherent worth. 2. Making school need fulfilling 3. Inviting cooperation within the classroom.
  12. 12. Strategies for Responding to Misbehavior 1. Use logical and age-appropriate consequences. 2. Creative responses. 3. Focus on future behavior, not past behaviors.
  13. 13. Now You Try With Your Group … Handout: Methods for Being Prepared as a Teacher We’ll do the first one together
  14. 14. What Did I Use Today? Tactile/Kinesthetic Learners Auditory Learners Visual Learners
  15. 15. Let’s Think About What We Discovered… Individual Work Bonus Round
  16. 16. What Did We Talk About Today? What type of learners we are & why this is important for us to knowWhat a class looks like when the teacher plans and doesn’t plan Goals of Classroom Ways to prevent Management problems before they happen Strategies to use after problems occur
  17. 17. Before We Take A Break… Exit Ticket –Please answer the following questions on the sheet provided and turn in.What did I learn?What part did I find the most interesting?Least interesting?What will I use in my classroom?

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