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What an Effective Teacher's Classroom Looks Like

What an Effective Teacher's Classroom Looks Like | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Teaching experts Annette Breaux & Todd Whitaker contrast the characteristics of effective and ineffective classrooms with two simple but compelling bullet

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If only I had this as a beginner teacher!!

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, July 15, 2014 10:03 PM

I would be careful subscribing to the lists as an end-all-to-be-all.  If a teacher was doing several things on the first list and very few on the second, it is problematic. My classroom looked disorganized, but I was on top of things, we had lots of conversation, we used creative projects, had few discipline issues, etc. Students enjoyed coming to classes. That is the ultimate measure.

Jane Milne's curator insight, July 16, 2014 7:52 AM

Great for back to basics here. Like a teacher MOT

Emma Stear's curator insight, July 16, 2014 8:46 AM

This is great- I like the 7 tips - its going up in our faculty office!

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How Your Nonverbals Impact Your Teaching

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How can you adjust your voice, posture and other nonverbals to give yourself more presence and confidence in the classroom? [...]
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Classroom Management Tricks: Timers and a tool ...

Classroom Management Tricks: Timers and a tool ... | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
As every teacher knows, good classroom management can make the difference between a great class experience and a poor one.
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Classroom Management for Elementary School Teachers (The Critical First Days)

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Give Me Five Poster - Have Fun Teaching

Give Me Five Poster - Have Fun Teaching | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Give Me Five Poster: Hang this poster up in your classroom. When you need the students’ attention, raise your hand up and calmly say, “Give me five, please.” All the students should raise their hand and follow the 5 procedures. Information: Give Me Five Poster. Adapted from Harry Wong’s classroom procedures in the book, The …
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Video Playlist: 9 Strategies for Effective Classroom Management

Video Playlist: 9 Strategies for Effective Classroom Management | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
This week, our playlist highlights a mix of techniques for fostering classroom management and productive classroom culture.
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Behaviour Management

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How to manage behaviour in the classroom - A TEFL teacher's guide to behaviour management
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Are you Misusing Classroom and Behaviour Management?

Are you Misusing Classroom and Behaviour Management? | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Don't make this fundamental mistake when applying management routines in your class.
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Five Tips for Getting the ESL Student Talking

Five Tips for Getting the ESL Student Talking | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
I wanted to talk to someone. But who? It's moments like this, when you need someone the most, that your world seems smallest. -- Rachel Cohn, Dash & Lily's Book of Dares

Let's face it -- everyone ha

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4 Steps to Giving Great Instructions

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A simple way to give clear, easy to follow instructions in the TEFL classroom so activities run smoothly activities every time.
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Organize Your Teaching With Wikis

Organize Your Teaching With Wikis | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
This is the fifth in a series on classroom management through wikis. Here are links for wikis I’ve created for grades K-5. Kindergarten wiki First grade wiki Second grade wiki Third Grade Wik...
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Classroom Management Problems Solved: Unmanageable Students by Ms. Ruth Herman Wells

Classroom Management Problems Solved: Unmanageable Students by Ms. Ruth Herman  Wells | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Learn the newest and best practices to successfully control oppositional, defiant, angry, disrespectful students.
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The Importance of Setting Classroom and Student Expectations

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At some point, we’ve all been there; in a class or course, where after several sessions it’s still unclear what is expected and how you’ll be graded.
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The Most Unusual And Yet Effective Methods Of Controlling My Classroom - eTeachersHub

The Most Unusual And Yet Effective Methods Of Controlling My Classroom - eTeachersHub | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Our reader says: “I have found one the most unusual and yet effective methods of controlling my classroom. Initially, yes, I would be upset and simply asked the student to leave the classroom. Generally, removing only a couple of the real antagonists left the room relaxed and the other students focused. However, I have also discovered that by being quiet and not showing any anger at all actually makes the students get very very quiet!! They put their heads down and get to work, occasionally I have stepped out of the room for a minute to collect my thoughts, and found the class to be so quiet again that I could hear only the pencils on the paper!! However, on the flip side, I do allow the students to be boisterous during group activities and encourage class discussions. Basically, I am trying to train them to recognize when it is okay to be a little mischievous in class. As for me I do go to the gym on a regular basis, not only for stress relief but also for health. I also make sure I live far enough from the school that walking home at the end of the day [...]
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When And Why You Should Leave Your Students Alone | Smart Classroom Management

When And Why You Should Leave Your Students Alone | Smart Classroom Management | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
When And Why You Should Leave Your Students Alone | Smart Classroom Management http://t.co/MRk3yHa1Lt
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How to Refocus a Difficult Class

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Even the most seasoned teachers encounter a class they just can’t reign in. Here are five simple methods for taking back control of your classroom, while still maintaining your sanity and professionalism. #1 Take advantage of the support systems in place.
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What an Effective Teacher's Classroom Looks Like

What an Effective Teacher's Classroom Looks Like | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Teaching experts Annette Breaux & Todd Whitaker contrast the characteristics of effective and ineffective classrooms with two simple but compelling bullet

Via Patti Kinney, Dean J. Fusto, Ivon Prefontaine
Malachy Scullion's insight:

If only I had this as a beginner teacher!!

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, July 15, 2014 10:03 PM

I would be careful subscribing to the lists as an end-all-to-be-all.  If a teacher was doing several things on the first list and very few on the second, it is problematic. My classroom looked disorganized, but I was on top of things, we had lots of conversation, we used creative projects, had few discipline issues, etc. Students enjoyed coming to classes. That is the ultimate measure.

Jane Milne's curator insight, July 16, 2014 7:52 AM

Great for back to basics here. Like a teacher MOT

Emma Stear's curator insight, July 16, 2014 8:46 AM

This is great- I like the 7 tips - its going up in our faculty office!

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Report: Teachers Aren't Trained to Praise Their Students

Report: Teachers Aren't Trained to Praise Their Students | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
A new study finds that education schools aren't teaching classroom management strategies in a focused way.

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Which did you find most difficult as a beginning teacher - routine/rules/misbehaviour/engagement/praise?

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Julio Cirnes's curator insight, January 8, 2014 11:24 AM

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Adam Lenaarts's curator insight, February 2, 2014 1:57 PM

More reasons why schools should actively encourage the use of Positive Behaviour Support (http://www.swpbs.nl/) in faculty training.

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If You Can Do It At Home, Don’t Do It in the Classroom

If You Can Do It At Home, Don’t Do It in the Classroom | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Is there a place in the classroom for activities that can be done individually?
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Top 10 Strategies for a Stress-free Classroom | OXFORD MAGAZINE

Top 10 Strategies for a Stress-free Classroom | OXFORD MAGAZINE | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Top 10 Strategies for a Stress-free Classroom by Vanessa Reilly
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20 Ways To Provide Effective Feedback For Learning - TeachThought

20 Ways To Provide Effective Feedback For Learning - TeachThought | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Feedback for learning is a matter of communication, consistency, and tone, all driven by and for assessment practice.

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Go With the Flow: Plan and Adjust

Go With the Flow: Plan and Adjust | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Expert classroom time management advice. This tip, called Go With The Flow, allows teachers to adjust their plans and keep stress to a minimum. Get the most out of your classroom time with this management tip.
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Classroom Management: More Than a Bag of Tricks

Classroom Management: More Than a Bag of Tricks | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
Effective classroom management is about prevention, routine, and developing relationships—not bribery, says an education professor.
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More than six ways of motivating our students – Teaching Village

More than six ways of motivating our students – Teaching Village | TEFL Classroom Management | Scoop.it
He also reminds us that when students share responsibility for classroom management, and have a say in their learning process, it's motivating and engaging for everyone involved. If you want even more practical ways to ...
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