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Strategies for Classroom Management Preseter: Saadat Guliyeva AzETA Shirvan Branch 24.01.2015
Question 1 What strategies create a classroom that promotes student learning?
Key Idea Your proactive,appreciative classroom management will affect your students’performance,implimenting,the right strategies will make the difference between a learner-friendly classroom and disorganized classroom.
Some ideas Set the tone the first week of school Establish routines and rules Organize a learner –friendly classroom Make every minite count Engage students with proactive strategies Teach life skills of good learning habits and self-reliance Maximize use of scarce resourses Use project design and management prosses
Strategy 1:Create an effective learning environment What to do the first week of school ? Preparation: Arrange the room to facilitate your proximity to Ss and your mobility. Be prepared! You do not yet know your Ss’ abilities and behaviors so have alternative and backup activities ready.
Climate setting Greet Ss at the classroom(Cl) door & tell them what to do when they enter the Cl.For ex.on day1, introduce yourself ,ask their names,& assign their seats. On day 2,greet Ss by name wheneever possible & indicate they are to do the one –minite assignment you have written on the board as soon as they get to their seats. Tell Ss about yourself. Teach subject content from day 1.Keep lessons focused & doable for the length of the class.
Climate setting Clearly communicate learning oblectives,give simple instructions,& structure lessons to accommodate Ss’ knowledge & skills. End class with a routine that summerizes the day’s accomplishments,reminds Ss what they need to do to prepare for the next day,ensures materials are put away,&leaves the room clean.
Create community Develop a set of written behavior expectations with the class that you can live with and consistently enforce. Establish cooperative learning groups, give tips for working as a group,& practice group work by accomplishing needed task. Make parents your allies when you meet them. Describe your positive S expectations, briefly explain classroom rules, and indicate your willingness to meet with parents. force. Develop a set of written behavior expectations with the class that you can live with and consistently enforce. Establish cooperative learning groups, give tips for working as a group,& practice group work by accomplishing needed task. Make parents your allies when you meet them. Describe your positive S expectations, briefly explain classroom rules, and indicate your willingness to meet with parents.
Strategy 2: Establish classroom procedures Classroom procedures communicate how to do daily activities. Teach & model procedures until they routine. Use a procedure to begin student work Have students sit at their desks or in their groups. Have everyone get out the materials needed. Make sure all eyes are on you-use nonverbal cues. Point to posted assignment and state instructions. Test understanding by asking Ss,”What’s the first step?” or “What are you suuposed to do now?” Work the first few questions or problems as a class & have Ss record the answers. Walk around the classroom until you are sure all Ss are on task.
Strategy 3: Create a motivational environment The following classroom conditions and strategies will help create a classroom climate that encourages learning. Create an attractive, enriched environment. Get Ss involved by asking them to decorate their own classroom. Use S work to decorate when possible , to validate the work & to show examples of good work. Develop lessons at a level that challenges Ss but is not too difficult or confusing. Give clear directions. Ask Ss to repeat the directions. Engage all Ss actively. For example, while one S makes a presentation, other Ss take notes or use a rubric to assess the presentation. Demonstrate consistently that you believe all Ss will learn. For example,use short positive words to praise good work & behavior (e.g. great idea, fantastic ,good job, sensational, super.)
Strategy 3: Create a motivational environment Teach to different learning styles. For example, write key words on the board or use a diagram or visiual,& so on. Vary lesson presentations to keep teaching from going stale. Limit lectures or presentations to 15 minutes before directing a S activity. Break the class period into two or three different activities(e.g. lecture,group work,report out). Be sure each activity segues smoothly into the next. Structure learning experiences so Ss feel successful. Develop activities at an appropriate level of difficulty and consider ways they can participate at 2 or 3 levels so all Ss can succeed. Set clear behavior expectations and consistently rainforce expectations
Help your students learn better More than 20000 years ago the Chinese philosopher Confucius (551-479) said, ”You hear & you forget ,you see & you remember ,you do & you understand.” Research has confirmed his words. Help your Ss learn better by always having them do something with content you are teaching.
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