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How to Apply Thomas Gordon Model of Classroom Management to the Classroom
by socurious in Education
The Thomas Gordon Model of classroom management focuses on teaching a child to obey through character training rather than through rewards and punishments. The Gordon model asks you to give up your leadership role as a teacher and become an equal with your students. You are to create an agreement with students instead of dictate class rules, and you are to problem-solve issues rather than discipli

How to Arrange a Classroom in Ways Conducive to Classroom Management
by Lepton87 in Education
If you are teaching young children, there are many factors you have to consider when planning for a class, from creating a course outline to choosing the books and other materials you will use in the class. One other very important aspect to teaching is making sure the classroom is arranged to help the teaching process rather than to hinder it. A well-organized classroom can make a big difference

How to Manage Your Classroom - Classroom Management Techniques
by wolf1306 in Education
Classroom management is a very important aspect of teaching. Once you get your classroom management strategies together you will find that teaching is a pleasure and your students will excel at learning. This article is designed to give you a few tips that will help you with your classroom management strategies.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Get prepared. You must be prepared each time that yo

Classroom Techniques to Improve Learning in the Classroom
by k19k in Education
There are countless techniques that teachers use to improve learning in the classroom. Among these are active learning techniques that get students actively involved in the material. Full-length lectures are still most commonly used in university settings, but actively engaging students should be considered as a supplement to further enhance learning. Active learning is anything students do in the

How to Teach Classroom Rules With Classroom Games
by flakekun in Education
Maintaining discipline in the classroom is the key to a healthy learning atmosphere. Laying down rules is easy, but motivating responsible behavior is tough. One of the best ways of encouraging students to follow classroom rules is to make them realize the importance of these rules. Activities and games help drive home this concept more effectively than lecturing. Choosing the right classroom game

Traditional Classroom Vs. Correspondence Classroom
by Madmick in Education
When college and university students take courses online and obtain a degree, certificate or license without physically going on campus, they have engaged in correspondence learning. This is the biggest difference between the traditional and correspondence or virtual classroom, but other distinctions between the two exist. Everything from assignments and grading criteria to class participation and

How to Control the Classroom for a Classroom Monitor
by CurrentlyPissed in Education
A classroom monitor is typically a student who is elected by a class or asked by a teacher to help with classroom activities. A monitor can be someone of the same age as the students in the class or someone from an older grade who is trying to gain work experience. Controlling the class is one of the greatest challenges faced by a classroom monitor.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Be prepared. I

What Classroom Arrangements Work in the Classroom?
by Brian O'Neill in Education
Classroom arrangements can make all the difference in the environment in which your students learn and socialize. Different arrangements can serve better for different purposes, such as group work, debating or lecturing. Finding the arrangement that works best for you and your class may take a little trial and error. So if you're finding that one way isn't working, try switching it up. Temperat

Traditional Classroom Arrangement Vs. Differentiated Classroom Arrangement
by Stuka in Education
There are several styles of classroom management and arrangement, but two common ones are the typical, or traditional, classroom and the differentiated classroom. The typical classroom follows a more traditional approach to learning and relies on decades of proven statistics in the methods of learning. The differentiated classroom, on the other hand, takes into account each individual student's pa

How to Use SL in an ESL Classroom
by unadopted in Education
Second Life is an online virtual reality "world" with 3-D locations for learners to virtually explore. It has attracted ESL teachers, as well as ESL learners seeking to improve their English skills in an online environment. In Second Life, you create an avatar that can explore the virtual communities and interact with others via chat. There are locations specially designed for English-language lea
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