New Teacher Training Management/Organization Planning Professional Literature Seven Simple Secrets What the BEST Teachers Know and Do! Written by Annette Breaux & Todd Whitaker Organized Enthusiastic lessons Students talking & doing Routines & procedures evident
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Students talking & doing
Routines & procedures evident
Consequences for infractions
No open frustration
Teacher showed love of teaching
Clearly stated objective
Constant teacher movement
Little dependence on worksheets
Constant positive reinforcementChapter 2 – Classroom Management
Ruleregulates a serious student misbehavior. If broken, must be a consequence EVERY time!
Procedure is a way that you expect something to be done. This is done the same way, EVERY time!Rules vs. Procedures
Announce to student that he/she chose to break a rule, he/she must now face consequence.
Make sure rules are posted!
DON’T SCREAM – IT IS NEVER APPROPRIATE TO SCREAM AT A STUDENT!
Bell to Bell Teaching!
If you give students nothing to do, they will find something to do every time!
Practice fire prevention not fire distinguishing.Do’s and Don’ts
Don’t confuse objective with activity
One to three objectives
60/40 – 60% students telling and doing, 40% teachers
Whoever is doing the doing is doing the learningPlanning Suggestions