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Putting a well-thought-out classroom management plan into place can make the school year go smoothly.
Keeping track of "transitions" is one of my classroom management systems.
My top techniques for effective classroom management and a great year.
The "Class vs. Mr. Harrison Game" is the second of my classroom management systems.
Effective classroom management is essential in order for your school year to go well.
The "Weekly Section Winner" is the third of my classroom management systems.
Students explore the steps a teacher goes through to plan, organize and implement centers in the classroom. They observe a video of classroom management using centers and computer technology. Strategies for managing students who are working in centers are discussed.
Students explore curriculum integration of basic internet skills within the classroom. They observe classroom management skills enforced when using technology as a teaching tool. Students discuss the use of URL's and bookmarks in the computer lab.
Students explore the use of classroom management while using centers in cooperative grouping. Prospective teachers observe a video of young students working on iBooks in a classroom setting. Teachers explore strategies to ensure students are engaged. They discuss the need to assign jobs to students in cooperative groups.
Students who have disruptively talked or created a disturbance during a lesson then write an essay about respect. They read an explanation of what respect looks like in the classroom and copy an explanation about why talkative behavior is disruptive.
Avoid the beginning-of-the-year scramble by having a strategy for the first few days of school.
A better classroom environment is created when teachers start focusing on the positive, and not the negative, behavior.
End of the year lesson plans can help you and your students finish the year right.
Students are taken through the design process to develop a system of time management for themselves and others. They practice participating in a critique of other students' time schedules and modify and improve their initial time schedule in light of a critique session.
Students explore the importance of classroom jobs and having a leader. After listening to a book, students discuss teamwork and responsibility as well as the jobs and responsibilities described in the story. They determine how to demonstrate teamwork and responsibility in the classroom. Students create a list of classroom jobs, with job descriptions.
Classroom management lesson plans can give teachers and students the information they need to kick off the year right.
Students observe a model classroom of cooperative groups in action. After the video, students discuss how to organize the classroom to promote cooperative learning. They examine the difficulties in allowing students to work in small groups.
Students examine the need for rules to keep order at home, in school, in communities, and in the country using trade books and teamwork activities. They work in cooperative groups to define a positive learning community by writing a Classroom Constitution and choosing Classroom Managers after completing a job application.
High schoolers are rewarded for behavior by the use of a classroom incentive plan that they design themselves.
Are you effectively integrating technology into your classroom activities? Based on the SAMR model, here is a rubric that will help you consider important standards by which you can measure your instructional practice, such as the variety of technological choices you are offering to your learners and the level of cooperative learning that is taking place.

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