Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Classroom Management

Practices and procedures that allow teachers to teach and students to learn:

  • Educators' Survival Guide
    The go-to source for safely surviving common classroom conundrums.
  • Establishing Classroom Rules
    Professional development resources, recommended reading, and classroom activities will help you create classroom rules that ensure a positive learning environment.
  • Classroom Setups
    Classrooms (and students) come in all shapes and sizes, so we asked experienced educators from different grade levels to share their best tips for arranging desks, tables, furniture, and other classroom items.
  • Transition With Tunes
    Using music as a time management tool? See how Ms. Hadwerk makes it work for her!
  • 6 Classroom Management Tips Every Teacher Can Use
    Here are six classroom management tips to help teachers settle problems, or prevent them from occurring, so that they can spend more of the classroom hour on teaching and learning.
  • Using Humor in the Classroom
    Using humor effectively can help teachers do their work: engage students and activate learning. Here are three ways to use humor in the classroom.
  • School Preparedness
    Educators face plenty of daily mini-disasters, from mysteriously missing homework to antsy second graders that will not sit still. But when real emergencies unfold, school personnel and students have to be prepared.

  • Breaking Up Fights
    Basic techniques for breaking up fights and dealing with students who are physically aggressive.
  • Squirming Comes Naturally to Middle School Students - Classroom Management Tips
    Middle school students are often seen as constantly eating or talking, always in motion, and fidgeting nonstop; but, this behavior, far from extraordinary, is normal, healthy, and unavoidable.