How one teacher manages a classroom can be vastly different to how a colleague may manage their environment. Getting your classroom management right is critical in terms of making learning effective, organisation manageable, and the ensuring smooth daily routines.
Following on from the popular UKEdChat online poll, this session explored some of the benefits and challenges of classroom management, sharing best practice, ideas and resources that can support the daily running.
- Define what, for you, is good classroom management.
- What are your most challenging classroom management issues?
- Why is classroom management so essential?
- What is your most essential classroom management tool or resource, and why?
- How can you get pupils involved in ensuring classroom management runs smoothly?
- Where does praise, reward and consequence fit into classroom management? Could a positive-only behaviour policy work?
- How do you manage your own (teacher) behaviour, words and voice to positively impact on class management?
- How do you implement positive classroom management strategies?
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