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Classroom Management. St. Thomas Sunday School, Philadelphia Fr. Gheevarghese John, M.Div., M.Ed. Classroom Management. True or False Classroom Management and Lesson Planning are mutually exclusive. T or F Some kids don’t want to learn; or they don’t like learning. T or F

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Classroom management

Classroom Management

St. Thomas Sunday School, Philadelphia

Fr. Gheevarghese John, M.Div., M.Ed


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Classroom Management

True or False

  • Classroom Management and Lesson Planning are mutually exclusive. T or F

  • Some kids don’t want to learn; or they don’t like learning.

    T or F

  • If I plan my lessons well, I will have less behavior issues in my classroom. T or F

  • If a child is not interested or engaged in a lesson, I as a teacher should be held responsible. T or F


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Classroom Management

Good instruction leads to good behavior.

  • Plan in advance. Have a written lesson plan—at least an outline.

  • Students should know what they are learning, and why they are learning it.

    • What & Why

    • Students will be able to…In order to…

  • Develop collaborative groups for every lesson.

    • (Direct Instruction-Group Work-Whole Group-Closing Session)

    • Think-Pair-Share

  • Teacher Visibility

    • Stand Up. Walk around. Keep eye contact.

  • Connect the lesson to what the students are experiencing. Make real-life applications in every lesson.

    • H.S, Friendships, Church-life, Family-life

  • Keep students accountable to what they are learning.

    • Quizzes. Tests. Oral Questioning.


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Classroom Management

  • Develop Positive Relationships with Students

    • Provide advice for struggling students on how to improve in class.

    • Encourage excelling students and struggling students.

    • Demonstrate that you care.

      • Individual conversations.

      • Wrong answers are opportunities for student growth.

      • All answers don’t have to be exactly correct. Teachers should probe and allow the student to think and form the correct answer.

    • Use Positive Language

      • Wonderful answer…

      • I really like how you said that, however…

      • Great try but let’s look at it another way…

    • Give opportunities for struggling students to get the correct answer.


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Classroom Management

  • Connect with disengaged students.

    • Ask questions in their area of interest.

      • Singing-Sports-School

    • Praise and encourage them.

    • Give them opportunities in their area of strength.

      • Students should be given an opportunity to test in their learning style, e.g. Speech , Poster-Board, Song, Drawing, Essay, Role Play, Peer-to-peer Projects

  • Have students & teacher develop classroom rules.

    • Engage in conversation first.

    • Have them write it down.

    • Develop common rules.

    • Teacher can add rules.


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Classroom Management

  • Managing behavior through signaling

    • Verbal

      • 1, 2, 3

      • Red, Yellow & Red

    • Non-Verbal

      • Clapping

    • Silence


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Classroom Management

Remember…

  • At the end of the day, how you prepare for your class, will determine how well your students behave.

  • Every child wants to learn, and it’s your job to make sure that it happens.

  • If a child has behavior issues, reevaluate your lesson planning and figure out ways to engage that child.

  • “Get to know your children.”

  • God has chosen you…you are a child’s teacher, mentor & advisor.


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