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  • steven
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    #795 |

    I have heard some schools use it indoors when the weather is bad:
    “We have a second set of the codes around the hall. Forest schools use it when
    the weather is horrible!”

    steven
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    #796 |

    I have heard some schools use it indoors when the weather is bad:
    “We have a second set of the codes around the hall. Forest schools use it when
    the weather is horrible!”

    This was a nice idea too:
    “Rather than have the codes permanently placed around our garden I hide them
    in a different place each time – the children love having to find them!”

    Anonymous
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    #804 |

    My class have been using this at breaktime with a table at a time taking out iPads! It’s been great to reinforce our work in class –
    thank you so much – what a great idea! (Class 3, St. Peters CE)

    Anonymous
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    #1240 |

    Classroom Management

    What is Classroom Management?
    It’s effective discipline
    It’s being prepared for class
    It’s motivating your students
    It’s providing a safe, comfortable learning environment
    It’s building your students’ self esteem
    It’s being creative and imaginative in daily lessons

    It’s different for EVERYONE!!
    WHY?
    Teaching Styles
    Personality/Attitudes
    Student population
    Not all management strategies are effective for every teacher

    Why is Classroom Management Important?
    Satisfaction and enjoyment in teaching are dependent upon leading students to cooperate
    Classroom management issues are of highest concern for beginning teachers

    Principles for successful classroom management
    Deal with disruptive behaviors but also manage to minimize off-task, non-disruptive behaviors
    Teach students to manage their own behavior
    Students learn to be on-task and engaged in the learning activities you have planned for them
    It is more natural to be off-task than on

    Techniques for Better Classroom Control
    Monitor groups of students to check progress
    Move around the room so students have to pay attention more readily
    Give students non-verbal cues
    Engage in low profile intervention of disruptions
    Make sure classroom is comfortable and safe

    Anonymous
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    #1243 |

    Well Explained !

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