A teacher is extremely important to converting a classroom into a productive learning space. How she manages her class, keeps her own spirits up and guides her students on their learning journey plays a vital role in successful classroom transactions. An experienced teacher shares the lessons she has learnt over the years on effective classroom management.
No two children are ever the same. Each child is unique. In a class of 40 children, how then do we treat them all alike? Here are simple suggestions you can employ in your classroom to handle the many different personalities of your students while maintaining a positive learning atmosphere.
Roopa Vinayak Ram
A teacher’s rapport with her students can easily translate into a thriving classroom environment. But there is a line which teachers must remember not to cross. A teacher needs to understand that ‘too close a relationship’ is detrimental to both the student’s future and the teacher’s effectiveness.
Here is an instance of an educational ‘case’. These cases are usually problems or dilemmas that are not resolved. They however help practitioners to think deeply about the context of the problem, and engage in discussions at staffroom meetings.
Exam time is no doubt a stressful time for both the students and the teachers and parents. But this is also the time when it is necessary that everybody involved stays calm in order to be better prepared.
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.
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.
Teach children about values and rules and why they need to follow some and break others through a small game called Psycho Dynamic Exercise.
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.
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.