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Classroom Management: Quick and Simple Fixes

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Do you find yourself spending an inordinate amount of time trying to keep your students focused? Would you like more time for instruction? Are you looking for some easy tips to keep things under control in your classroom? There are lots of simple changes you can make in your everyday routine that will make it easier to manage a classroom full of students. Join Monica Burns as she shares non-verbal cues, narration tips, and procedures that she uses in her classroom every day to save time and help keep students on track and focused throughout the school day!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Saturday, March 21, 2015 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management
Tags: class management, Classroom Management, DOL627, student behavior, student engagement

Reviews (71)

Full Member
Great reinforcement of classroom management strategies that work.
Full Member
Great ideas!
Full Member
The quick and simple fixes are just that - quick and simple. I also agreed with Monica and her view on a reward system. This system seems to fit me well. Thanks!
Full Member
Some great strategies. Thank you for sharing.
Full Member
I am using couple of analogies like 1.Clock/timer during warmup and independent practice in my mathematics classes this is working for older students in high school also. 2. Non-verbal cues are working to some extent in my classroom, some days it is working greatly like during quizz's and test.
One analogy that I've heard used is that you should have a firm grip on the reins at the beginning of the year, and as the year progresses and as expectations are known you can loosen the reins. The amount you loosen, however, is really dependent on the batch of kids that you serve every year.
Full Member
This was great for my age level and the ideas were great to think about again. Thank you
Full Member
Great strategies! Thank you!
Full Member
Awesome ideas Monica! Thanks for sharing with us!
Full Member
Great strategies, thank you for sharing!
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