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25 Attention Getters to Calm A Noisy Classroom

25 Attention Getters to Calm A Noisy Classroom | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
If you are in need of some great attention getters to calm your noisy classroom, this list is just for you!
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What really matters

What really matters | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
The bell rings. All your teenage students get their stuff and quickly leave the classroom. Many of them say a friendly "Bye, teacher!" and give you a pat on the back while leaving. Ok, the class is...
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Teacher Strategy: Calling on Students

Do you get no response from students? Or do you get the whole class answering or questioning at once? Teachers can cut down on the chorus of answers and hands raised. Does this ever happen to you? You ask a question in class, and twenty hands go up at the same time almost immediately after the words come out of your mouth. And with these hands, comes a chorus of answers? Worse, perhaps they all just squirm and say, "Ooh Ooh, me, me, I know, I know." Who do you call on?

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Here's what happened when a school tried recess four times a day | A. Pawlowski | USAToday

Here's what happened when a school tried recess four times a day | A. Pawlowski | USAToday | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

"There was a part of me that was very nervous about it," Donna McBride, a first-grade teacher at the school, told TODAY Parents.

"I was trying to wrap my head around my class going outside four times a day and still being able to teach those children all the things they needed to learn."

Related: Why some schools are banning homework

Some five months into the experiment, McBride's fears have been alleviated. Her students are less fidgety and more focused, she said. They listen more attentively, follow directions and try to solve problems on their own instead of coming to the teacher to fix everything. There are fewer discipline issues.

"We're seeing really good results," she noted.

Parents are seeing them, too.

 

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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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Five Ways To Strengthen Your Classroom Discipline - Education to the Core

Five Ways To Strengthen Your Classroom Discipline - Education to the Core | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Try these Five Tips to Strengthen Your Classroom Discipline. Here is a list of 5 things you can do right now to tighten up your discipline.


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Teachers Need a Positive classroom

Do students feel welcome in your classroom? Do you greet them when they enter? Teachers who have a positive classroom are more likely to have positive students. Those positive students make it more likely that you will have success as a teacher. Creating a positive classroom takes a few small steps for a large reward. A positive classroom environment enhances your classroom discipline and classroom management.

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