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Take the Manage Out of Classroom Management

Catlin Tucker

When I lead blended learning workshops or coach teachers implementing blended learning, I get a lot of questions about classroom management. ” On some primal level, I know that I don’t like to be managed myself.

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Taking the “Manage” Out of Classroom Management

Catlin Tucker

Classroom management isn’t something I have struggled with. That’s not to say that I haven’t had challenging students throughout my 16 years in the classroom, but their behavior is never an ongoing issue or distraction. Every time I lead a blended learning workshop, teachers ask me the same question.

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Making Learning Personal: 5 Steps for Success

A Principal's Reflections

The best classroom management strategy is sound pedagogy. Technology can also play a significant role in creating a personal touch, offering adaptive learning platforms and tools that cater to individual progress and needs.

Pedagogy 391
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System for Educational Transformation (SET)

A Principal's Reflections

Furthermore, classroom management skills help create a positive and conducive learning environment while fostering student engagement and motivation, which is vital for sustained interest in the subject matter.

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Addressing SEL and Behavior Challenges with Relationships

A Principal's Reflections

Classroom Management : Co-create rules and consequences with students. Admin should look to work daily meetings into the schedule as a way to help teachers with management issues. While there is a wealth of resources out there, I would be remiss if I didn’t outline some practices that can be employed regularly.

Pedagogy 416
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Different Ways to Show Learning

A Principal's Reflections

For many of us, our preparation to become teachers consisted of courses focusing on classroom management, lesson design, grading, and proven strategies that had withstood the test of time. We were also exposed to learning style theory and the many benefits it had on meeting the diverse needs of students.

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Station Rotation Tip #5: What Does Each Station Look Like and Sound Like?

Catlin Tucker

Teaching classroom expectations isn’t merely a formality; it’s an essential step in classroom management and in setting up any instructional model, including the station rotation model.