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Top 10 Tips for Classroom Discipline and Management

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Here are ten tips that can lead to successful classroom discipline and management. Classroom discipline and management is a skill that is not only learned but practiced daily.
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7 Ways To Keep Students Focused While Using Technology | Edudemic

7 Ways To Keep Students Focused While Using Technology | Edudemic | Classroom Management Blogs | Scoop.it

Tips to help help students pay more attention when using technology.


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Gems of EFL 2.0 – Classroom Management : EFL 2.0 – Teacher Talk

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Classroom management related questions are the top email item I get. I get them often from both new and experienced teachers alike. It is a skill that needs a teacher's constant attention. The ground is always moving ...

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Transitions: Classroom Routines That Respect Instructional Time ...

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Transitions: Classroom Routines That Respect Instructional Time. Posted on September 3, 2011. I have pretty high expectations for student organization and transitions between activities. I don't want student to lose precious learning time.

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CLASSROOM CLIMATE PLAN

 

I found this blog post to be extremely helpful because it provides examples of effective transitions to use in a classroom so as not to waste time or diminish students' autonomy. The examples given promote the idea that every student has a purpose, feels important, and contributes to the group as a whole. I love that collaboration is promoted through every person having a different assigned job at the table. I like the organizational strategy used here to have all the supplies stored in an organized fashion in one place and then have each student be in charge of grabbing one specific type of material for the group (one student gets the scissors, one student gets the paper, etc.). I think this is a very structured, efficient way to keep the room organized and easy-to-navigate. I also agree that having a "mentor" to oversee the other students is important because some students need more guidance and help than others. Receiving support from a peer can foster a sense of collaboration and save the teacher time from providing aid to every student individually. I find this teacher's use of technology and the Smart Board very useful and creative, as she utilized it for both attendance purposes and to guide students on how to immediately be productive when entering the room. If students can move their name themselves on the Smart Board to signify that they are present that day, it will definitely give them a sense of independence, confidence, and familiarity with technology. I also found it really important that the students in this teacher's classroom helped create guidelines and consistently have the chance to articulate their opinions and give feedback to the teacher. These opportunities align with the Whole Child Tenets because they help students feel engaged and supported in their environment if they have some say in the matter and can have their voices heard.

Becca Wagman's curator insight, April 6, 11:48 PM

Classroom Climate: This teacher makes some good points about valuing the time where children are finishing tasks or even between class changes. It is great to have things for the students to accomplish to keep that time productive, but make sure the routines the children are completing are helping them in learning and that the routines do not turn into busy work. By creating activities for the students to complete in those times, it shows the students that we want to come into class and focus on what we are going to learn that day. These activities in my classroom would inform the students of the objectives for the day and to allow them to brainstorm what they know about our topics and what they want to learn. The students need to voice their opinions and learn what is most applicable to their lives. I value student opinion and I want them to see my recognizing their competence and giving them autonomy in their learning. (ROUTINE)

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Establishing classroom routines that encourage student participation and input is vital!

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Classroom Management - Reward Ideas

Find free reward ideas, activities and resources for your primary and secondary classroom. (RT @sarina_testa: Stuck on classroom management? Well look no further!
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QR Codes | Common Craft

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Common Craft explanation of QR codes


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Behaviour and classroom management collections - Resources

Behaviour and classroom management collections - Resources | Classroom Management Blogs | Scoop.it

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Jenny Pesina's comment, January 12, 2012 6:03 AM
Thanks, Ana Cristina - great collection of resources!
Ana Cristina Pratas's comment, January 12, 2012 6:06 AM
Thank you Jenny :-) No matter how hard we try to give "perfect" lessons, there is often 1 class which is...umm..less than perfect? :-) I found these resources helpful for those moments. Glad you liked them too!
Jenny Pesina's comment, January 12, 2012 6:11 AM
Very true! :)
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[Webinars] Classroom Management, Web Tools, and Much More!

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If you are serious about your professional development, a visual learner, enjoy collaborating with peers online, want to better your classroom or love new tech tools, then SimpleK12 webinars are for you!

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Proven classroom management tips & strategies Great for new teachers/reminders for pros

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This video will help teachers with management of their classrooms to provide an effective learning environment for their middle school students.

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Teacher Survival Kit for Classroom Management: 10+ Tips & Resources : Teacher Reboot Camp

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“We all need someone who inspires us to do better than we know how.” ~ Anonymous

The first day with a new class often dictates what the rest of the year will be like. 


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High School Classroom Management Strategies That Work | Higher ...

If you are looking to enjoy an attentive classroom learning environment and reduce inappropriate student behaviors to the barest minimum, then you must be consistent in whatever high school classroom management techniques you choose to adopt.

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How To Focus In The Age of Distraction | Edudemic

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Cool mindmap!


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Classroom Management Techniques Educators Need | Teens and ...

Therefore, when the educator applies good and proven classroom management techniques, he or she will be able to bring under control the different kinds of behavior the students typify. Nevertheless, there are educators ...

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Empowering Little Learners: Classroom Routines Can Fix It All!

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Classroom Routines are essential for having great management. If you are struggling with any part of your day, it most likely can be fixed with a group routine or procedure! Here are some of my routines: Right when my ...

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Classroom Mgmt? There's an App For That!

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Management in the classroom is a big deal.  It can literally make or break your entire school year, so any helpful tip is always a welcome one.  Today, I had the opportunity to review a pretty cool app called Classroom Management Essentials.  This...
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Developing a relationship with your students

In recent years the authoritarian approach is becoming less common, while a more learner centred approach, more concerned with student’s needs, is slowly taking over. Constructive relationships between student and teacher stem from positive learning environments which are in turn essential for learning. A balanced classroom in regards to students feeling just as significant as their teacher proves to be a fair understanding of a well-functioning classroom. A child’s learning as a student would be best enhanced by teachers taking the pedagogy approach of being on the same level as the students, going on the ‘educational journey’ with them and being ‘co travellers.’ In non-generalizing terms, students’ desire to learn will diminish if teachers place and or regard themself with higher importance than their students. This ‘hand in hand’ approach consists of the teacher valuing each child in his/her classroom, providing students with opportunity/power such as allowing them to establish rules alongside their teacher, the teacher constantly walking around the room glancing at all their students work, asking questions and offering when needed, compared to the teacher sitting at a desk and waiting for children to come to them and ask a question.   


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Classroom Management TIps

Find more resources at http://Bit.ly/ELTLINKs...

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The Flipped Classroom Project: Student Management in a Flipped Classroom

New Post: Student Management in a Flipped Classroom http://t.co/7amWwCJa #flipclass...
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5 Essential Classroom Management Tools for Teachers

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These classroom management tools -- from apps to videos -- offer tips for both new teachers and vets alike.

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Classroom Management of Mobile Devices: The Traffic Signal Approach

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It’s the big question circulating through my school, and probably most of yours right now: Should I let my students use mobile devices in class? As you probably already know, cell phones can ...

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Top Ten Classroom Management Resources and Ideas - Inspired Teacher

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Ideas to help when your class doesn't exactly look like this!


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Integrating Google Tools 4 Teachers

A workshop presented Colette Cassinelli, Google Certified Teacher...

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10 Classroom Management Ideas That Worked In My Classes- Part I | Burcu Akyol's Blog

10 Classroom Management Ideas That Worked In My Classes- Part I | Burcu Akyol's Blog | Classroom Management Blogs | Scoop.it
I normally put on make-up but I got an eye infection that day and went to school without make-up.

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When A “Good” Class Goes “Bad” (And Back To “Good” Again!) | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

When A “Good” Class Goes “Bad” (And Back To “Good” Again!) | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… | Classroom Management Blogs | Scoop.it

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