Your classroom environment is the foundation for how your students will learn. Classrooms with too little stimuli are as problematic as classrooms with too much stimuli. Want to know how to set up your classroom so that students will be engaged in learning without being overwhelmed? Take this quiz.
Classroom Management Tips & Methodologies
As an educator, creating a positive, constructive and calm environment within which all students feel welcomed, accepted and comfortable, is a crucial component of learning.While the mundane aspects of classroom management can include items such as classroom breaks, the subjects covered here focus more on managing negative and disruptive behaviors and creating an environment that encourages children, from grades K through 12, to be tolerant and respectful of each other, and of you.
Accountability is one of the most important concepts to teach a child. Teaching students how to respect one another and work together as a team will help them succeed throughout their academic and working career. Here are seven steps to help create an accountability system in the classroom.
In your classroom, you may have a child who displays antisocial behavior. Learn about the signs of antisocial behaviors, problems that can arise with antisocial behavior, and how to deal with antisocial behavior in school.
One of the most vexing problems that some secondary teachers have is trying to remember who their students are and what they did during class while still teaching a full lesson. Fortunately, that’s easily solved with student seating charts.
Providing SMART Board training for teachers is a snap if you direct the training around teachers’ time and needs. Focusing on what is most relevant and important to teachers will keep them interested and motivated to continue to learn more about the SMARTBoard after the training is over.
Student classroom helpers are a great help to any teacher. When they are involved in peer tutoring and minor tasks about the classroom it helps others with learning and also makes the routines of the classroom flow more smoothly. Student helpers are eager, so harness their interest in these ways.
Rape impacts a student so strongly they may be adrift academically. Teachers must ensure that students returning to school after a rape get all of the help and support they need to make it through a very difficult time as they try to regain normalcy after their terrible trauma.
Finding proactive strategies for disruptive student behavior is one read away. Read on to discover more about positive disciplining, the golden grail of classroom management.
Think that the RTI model is only useful for academic underachievers? Think again. The RTI model can also be used to correct behavioral issues. Read on for information about how to use RtI for behavior intervention.
In the RtI model, teachers often struggle to implement effective Tier 1 strategies. RtI implementation depends on these strategies, so make sure that you’re familiar with them and how to use them.