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Classroom Management, July 2017 »

[3 Jul 2017 | One Comment | ]

Payal Bedi

One of the most important skills that a teacher must posses is that of classroom management. Only when her class is in order can a teacher carry out her lesson plans. Here are a few tips and suggestions that will help you pick up the art of classroom management.

Classroom Management, March 2017 »

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Divyadarshan Chandrasekar
With instances of bullying on the rise, teachers need to devise newer techniques to tackle this menace. The issue is of growing concern especially in the light of globalisation and increased media exposure. The article outlines a few steps that will help teachers manage their classrooms better and how they can differentiate between different types of bullying.

Classroom Management, February 2017 »

[3 Feb 2017 | One Comment | ]

Brendan MacCarthaigh

Teach children about values and rules and why they need to follow some and break others through a small game called Psycho Dynamic Exercise.

Classroom Management, July 2015 »

[6 Jul 2015 | One Comment | ]

Gita Krenek

Trying to set right bad behaviour by merely punishing the child may not be the right way to go. Bad behaviour can be beaten only when the child understands why what he is doing is wrong/bad. The child has to realize the effect that his bad behaviour is producing. This article gives you a brilliant suggestion on how to curtail bad behaviour in the classroom.

Classroom Management, October 2014 »

[30 Sep 2014 | No Comment | ]

Gita Krenek

As a teacher it is extremely important that you are calm and controlled in front of your class. Not just your body language but your voice also alerts the students to your moods. An irritable teacher causes her class to become edgy as well. So be calm and speak to your students from your heart.

Classroom Management, November 2013 »

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Gita Krenek

Surely you have one or two children who are ‘badly’ behaved in class. If you are looking for ways to deal with problem behaviour, find a few suggestions here.

August 2013, Classroom Management »

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Phyllis Farias

Here is an excellent book on how whales are taught to be positive. The same principle can be applied in building positive relationships among people and school children, or any relationship for that matter. Try and read up this book and practice this philosophy in your class for better results.

April 2013, Classroom Management »

[2 Apr 2013 | One Comment | ]

Gita Krenek

Disobedience is common trait in children. If we don’t learn to handle disobedience properly, things can get out of hand. Here are a few suggestions on how to react with disobedient students.

Classroom Management, November 2012 »

[1 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]

Gita Krenek
How can teachers foster independence in a child? Independence is not something that can be taught in the same way as perhaps any subject. Encouraging independence is an attitude that children need to carry with them all the time. This requires more time and patience on the part of the teacher. This article suggests some ways on how teachers can gently guide the child to think for himself.

August 2012, Classroom Management »

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Gita Krenek
The concept of freedom is extremely important to us as individuals. But the fact that we live not alone but in a society means that this freedom comes with responsibilities. So how do we help our kids discover that despite being bound by certain rules they are still free? What can we do in our classrooms to help them discover their freedom? Find a few answers in this article.