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You've been in school for a few months now, and the work is beginning to pile up. Between lesson plans, grading, report cards, parent-teacher conferences, and your personal life, it's easy to lose yourself in the never-ending "to do" list. But it doesn't have to be that way. There are some easy actions you can take to ease your stress and busy schedule: 1. Prioritize: To do this well, you'll need to be honest and realistic with yourself. Look at your commitments and da
Tutors have a variety of challenges to face when it comes to providing tutoring services for a student. In addition to teaching the designated curriculum and helping students be successful academically, often there are lack of focus issues that arise that must be handled appropriately in order to maintain a healthy environment for learning. Students may contribute their lack of focus to many reasons.
Here are eleven techniques that you can use in your classroom that will help you achieve effective group management and control. They have been adapted from an article called: "A Primer on Classroom Discipline: Principles Old and New" by Thomas R. McDaniel, Phi Delta Kappan, September 1986.
I need quiet to work. I am made nervous and irritable when there are disruptions when I am speaking. Knowing that about myself I needed to create a quiet room. It turns out my students are also more relaxed and pleasant in a quiet place - even though they would NEVER admit that!
Classroom management is probably the most difficult area for new teachers to master. While every teacher eventually develops their own management style, there are some strategies that just don't work. Eliminate these as options and you've gone a long way to having a smoothly running classroom.
My work informs and advises on effective behaviour management strategies to enable schools to cope with(and more importantly prevent) difficult and challenging behaviour. I decided to take this a step further and study a particular case.