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How to Avoid the Top Five Time Wasters in Your Classroom

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Overview

Do you ever feel like you never get as much done in your class as you had planned to do? Do you find yourself wondering where the time went? This webinar will help you deal with some of the top time wasters in your classroom so that you can stay on track. In this webinar, join Darren Barkett as he covers how to deal with students who are chronically tardy, students who fail to turn things in on time, and students who repeatedly forget to put names on papers. He will also address how to handle excessive bathroom breaks, as well as how to avoid arguing with your students. Come learn how to get started teaching on time and how to plan your lessons to run the last minute!

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, May 19, 2016 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Organizational & Time-saving Tools, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tags: classroom management, DOL627, Organizational and Time-saving Tools, Response to Intervention (RTI), student management, time management

Reviews (116)

Full Member
 
This webinarnwas helpful. There are many ideas and lessons mentioned that I already have implemented. Time management is crucial in any classroom. It is a must to teach how you expect your students to 1-listen, 2-how to get my atrention and 3- how to follow directions. In the first days of school I teach and reteach these lessons by modeling, practicing and reinforcing.
 
I agree with his plan. I wonder about confidentiality issues with the spreadsheet being posted in the classroom.
Full Member
 
great ideas! I really liked the mark system spreadsheet. I plan to use this with my after school class.
Full Member
 
It offers real life models of how to change student behavior.
Full Member
 
Glad to hear about warnings. Thinking about 3 marks per week for no positive reward
Great encouragement for a new school year
Full Member
 
I like the concept of not giving warnings.
 
Great ideas! Thanks for sharing!
Basic Member
 
I am a kindergarten teacher and have found modeling everything is very important. It is very difficult to be consistent and I know this is something I need to work on.
Basic Member
 
Thank you. My take away was that behaviors should be taught early and revisited throughout the year. I think simplicity and consistency is the key.
Full Member
 
Consistency was important to me.
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