What teachers need to think about on a daily basis (besides teaching): planning, preparing for, and running class and group learning activities, transitioning from one activity to another, turning in, grading, and passing back assignments, keeping track of missing papers, setting aside work for absent students, communicating with parents...want me to keep going? Because I can.
If you're a teacher, you know how much there is to manage when running a classroom. With so much to worry about, it's easy to see how classroom management skills can keep your head above water. But did you know that almost all surveys show that classroom management skills are of primary importance in determining teaching success?
That means that your students' learning largely depends on how well you manage everything that happens in your classroom.
In this training, we'll talk in detail about ways that you can spend less time micro-managing what happens in your room every day, and more time focusing on teaching and student learning.