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1. Planning.

2. How we appear to the students,

3. Whether the students are working on their own or in groups.

4. How the classroom space is organized,

5. Refers to the wide variety of skills and techniques that teachers use to keep students organized, orderly, focused, attentive, on task, and academically productive during a class.

6. How we organize classroom time.

7. how we use our most valuable asset- our voice. The way we talk to students- and who talks most in the lesson- is another key factor in classroom management.

8. These include:

9. Definition.

10. Teachers benefits.

10.1. An opportunity to engage in reflective dialogue about their work.

10.2. The focused classroom support.

10.3. Support from an "expert" (peer) who understands the daily demands of the classroom.

10.4. A welcoming atmosphere for new teachers.

10.5. Reduced job stress, especially for the new teacher.

10.6. The comfort of knowing that someone is available to help, explain, and assist.

11. The school benefits.

11.1. An increased focus on student achievement.

11.2. Increased collaboration among teachers.

11.3. The establishment of a professional learning community.

11.4. Enthusiasm for the teaching profession.

12. The process of classroom management!

12.1. Set an aim

12.2. Definir objetivos.

12.3. Use observation tool

12.4. Give a judgment / feedback.

12.5. Explain the behavior.

12.6. Describe the student action and teacher action.

12.7. Professional growth.