CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT by Mind Map: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

1. Posting your assingments

1.1. First priority when class starts

1.2. do it daily and in the same place

1.2.1. to avoid wasting time unnecessarily

1.3. it teachers responsability to the students

1.3.1. post them to ensure they'll make them

1.4. Has a posting morning routine

1.5. students must be responsible for classwork.

2. Arranging and assigning seating

2.1. fist direction to the class

2.1.1. make sure the follow your orders

2.1.2. Put a friendlly simile in your face

2.2. accomplish classroom task

2.2.1. seating arrangment

2.2.1.1. what do i want to do?

2.2.1.2. what kind of seating arrangments are possible?

2.2.1.3. which seating arrangement will I use?

2.2.2. seating assignment

2.2.2.1. facilitates roll talking

2.2.2.2. aids names memorization

2.2.2.3. separates potential problems students

2.3. All the seats need to be facing the teacher

3. introducing yourself to the classroom

3.1. Send invitation or visit the students' houses.

3.1.1. Include a message of welcome.

3.1.2. tell students who you are.

3.2. greeting students the first day

3.2.1. smile to the students while shaking their hands.

3.2.2. write your information on the board

3.2.3. make sure students are inthe right room.

3.3. seating chart

3.3.1. help your students find their assigned seat

3.3.2. have their names posted on cards on their desk

3.4. your important fist words

3.4.1. tell your name to the students

3.4.2. communicate your expectations

3.5. has the first assigment ready before they enter to the classroom.

4. Having your classroom ready

4.1. Teaching material must be prepared.

4.1.1. Have a letter ready with materials you want your students to bring from home.

4.1.2. Find and organize containersfor your materials.

4.2. Prepare the student area.

4.2.1. PLan areas for students' belongings

4.3. Ensure the studensts are in the right room.

4.4. a succesful teacher is ready

4.4.1. the work is ready

4.4.2. the room is ready

4.4.3. the teacher is ready

4.5. Has students working on task.

5. Having a well managed classroom

5.1. Organanize students , space, time and materials.

5.2. consistency is the most important thing suring the first week.

5.2.1. when classrooms aren't managed, they become chaotic.

5.2.2. a well managed classroom is a task oriented and predictable environment.

5.3. train students to know what they are to do.

5.4. effective teachers manage their classrooms, ineffective teachers discipline their classrooms.

5.5. the most relevant characteristics

5.5.1. Students are deeply involved with their work.

5.5.2. Students know what is epected from them and are generally succesful.

5.5.3. there is relatively litle wasted tiime,confusion, or disruption.

5.5.4. the climate of the classroom is work-oriented but relaxed and pleasant.

6. taking roll

6.1. don´t start with the class taking roll

6.1.1. waste valuable minutes

6.1.2. noise level gets higher

6.2. start the class with an assignment

6.3. don´t involve the class in the roll taking process

6.4. start to take roll when you have students on task

6.4.1. maxiimizing learning time

6.5. don´t disturb the class during the process

6.5.1. doing it quicky and quietly

7. effective grade record book

7.1. must show the results and progress of all students

7.2. often, it doesn´t have enough space

7.3. you must decide what do you want to record before begin the school year

7.3.1. attendance

7.3.2. homework assignment

7.3.3. test grades

7.4. three basic records

7.4.1. separated line

7.4.1.1. attendance

7.4.1.1.1. present

7.4.1.1.2. absent

7.4.1.1.3. unexcused

7.4.1.1.4. tardy

7.4.1.2. scores

7.4.1.2.1. individual assignments

7.4.1.3. running total

7.4.1.3.1. up-to-date overviiew of the progress of each student

8. effective discipline plan

8.1. three most important student behavior

8.1.1. discipline

8.1.1.1. hpw students behave

8.1.1.1.1. penalties and rewards

8.1.2. procedures

8.1.2.1. how things are done

8.1.2.1.1. no penalties, no rewards

8.1.3. routines

8.1.3.1. what students do automatically

8.2. present rules clearily giving an explanaition about them

8.3. rules

8.3.1. expectations of appropriate student behavior

8.4. basic estructure for a disciplne plan

8.4.1. rules

8.4.1.1. general rules

8.4.1.1.1. more encompassing and cover a plenty of behaviors

8.4.1.2. specific rules

8.4.1.2.1. clearly cover one behavior

8.4.2. consequences

8.4.2.1. positive

8.4.2.1.1. rewards

8.4.2.2. negative

8.4.2.2.1. penalties

8.4.3. rewards

8.4.4. state your specific behavior expectations

8.5. should be introduced on the first day of school

8.6. don´t stop the lesson for giving a penalty

8.6.1. chalkboard

8.6.2. transferency

8.6.3. ticket

8.6.4. pattern

8.7. get administrative and parental support

8.8. teach procedures

8.8.1. three steps

8.8.1.1. explain

8.8.1.2. rehearse

8.8.1.3. reinforse

9. classroom procedures

9.1. must become routines

9.1.1. beginning of period

9.1.2. quieting a class

9.1.3. students seeking help

9.1.4. movement of student and papers

9.1.5. end of period

9.2. they are for students benefit

9.3. students accept and want procedures

9.4. they are part of school life