Planning and management final presentation slideshare
Planning and Management: the Perfect Blend
The Importance of Planning • as a skill to be developed • as a way of implementing the plan • as an organizer
Planning Steps Step 1: Considering the students As As members As members Individuals of a learning of a social group group Step 2: Considering the context Step 3: Establishing goals and objectives Step 4: Planning the class Step 5: Selecting or designing the materials Step 6: Teaching the class Step 7: Assessing
The Importance of Management Classroom Management: “… is the practices and procedures that allow teachers to teach and students to learn.” Dr. Harry K Wong, 1997
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