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Classroom management 101: college classroom edition. Tiffany Powell-Lambright, PhD Esteves School of Education May College May 22, 2013. Why are we here??. What do you know about your students?. http://psamablog.blogspot.com/2010/06/bridging-generation-gap-why-it-matters.html.

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Classroom management 101 college classroom edition

Classroom management 101:college classroom edition

Tiffany Powell-Lambright, PhD

Esteves School of Education

May College

May 22, 2013


Why are we here

Why are we here??


What do you know about your students

What do you know about your students?


Classroom management 101 college classroom edition

http://psamablog.blogspot.com/2010/06/bridging-generation-gap-why-it-matters.html


6 tips for classroom management

6 tips for classroom management

Not Used to Negative Feedback ~Digital Age ~ Live for Now~ Entitled

  • Clear Expectations

  • Accountability

  • Maintain Engagement

  • Modeling

  • Establishing Boundaries

  • Periodic Check-In’s


1 setting expectations

1. Setting expectations

  • Clearly & concisely communicate expectations

    • Conduct

    • Submission of assignments

    • Tardiness/Attendance

  • Consistently review the expectations

    “3 Different Ways, 3 Different Days”


2 accountability

2. Accountability

  • Student Question: What am I doing to ensure that I accomplish (ascertain) the outcome (knowledge/grade) in this class?

    Remind students of their responsibility to “manage” their learning and progress.

    “The Ball is in Your Court”

  • Teacher Question: In what ways am I ensuring that students are accountable for their performance?


3 maintain engagement

3. Maintain engagement

  • Poll Everywhere-http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/lcHA8HROeCr9Ap9

  • Take “Tech” Breaks (build into schedule)

  • Allow “wait time” after posing questions

  • “Think-Pair-Share”

  • Exit and Entrance Slips (also assists with accountability)

  • “Movement & Music”


4 modeling

4. Modeling

  • Sample email in syllabus

    “Hello Dr. Powell-Lambright:

    I am writing this email to let you know that I will not be in class tonight. I have a family emergency that requires my immediate attention. I will make sure that I connect with Melissa to get the notes from today’s class. My apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. Thanks in advance for understanding.

    Sincerely

    Mike”


5 establishing boundaries

5. Establishing boundaries

  • How do students address you?

  • When/How do you respond to emails?

  • Set your timelines for grading assignments/feedback

    “We teach others how to treat us.”


6 periodic check in s

6. Periodic check-in’s

  • How are you doing?

    • Conduct and academics

  • Include these check in’s at various points during the semester (don’t just wait until midterm or end of semester)

  • Self Evaluations & Teacher Evaluations

    • Student evaluates his/her progress/performance

    • Teacher evaluates student progress/performance

    • Not graded…just providing feedback and possible suggestions for improvement.


Self evaluation teacher evaluation

Self Evaluation & teacher evaluation


Closing

Closing

  • There’s not just one management style

    • Using “educational” techniques add to the toolkit

  • Content vs. Delivery

  • College Classroom management it’s a process

    • Trial and Error

  • There is a distinct generation gap and it impacts interaction

  • Students do have something valuable to bring to the learning environment

  • Strive to incorporate at least 1 or more of these tips in your courses….increase, modify, over time.


Thank you for participating i hope that you found the information useful

Thank you for participating!!I hope that you found the information useful 

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