Classroom Management

Classroom Management

The classroom is an environment of delicate balance that merits attention at every turn. Just like a juggler, the educator is required manage multiple components at once, and do it all without dropping the ball. However, there are so many elements to a class that it’s very easy to overlook certain aspects that could uncomplicated matters to a manageable degree. Tesol Class will look at the many facets that compose a classroom and present strategies and ideology that the educator can easily adopt to alter the environment to make it more structured and conducive to learning. As every educator has a different personality and philosophy, not all strategies/ideologies will produce the same results.

In the same way teaching needs the structure of a lesson plan, the classroom also requires a structure in which learning can be facilitated. Thinking out a structure today, will lead to improved classroom environment tomorrow.

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Building a Classroom Structure

Seating Arrangements

Classroom Rules

Strict or Lenient Teacher Personalities

Student Personalities in the Classroom

Extrinsic and intrinsic Motivation

English Only Classroom

Building a Rapport