Teaching Bootcamp Week 3: Classroom Management Made Easy
Classroom Management refers to managing the systems and procedures in your class. It is about having ways to deal with transition times and the way the classroom is run. For any teacher this is a daunting task, but for new teachers, it can be downright scary.
In this week’s Teaching Bootcamp, we will be exploring ways to manage the classroom to ensure that you maintain a space where happy, engaged learners can thrive. Our guest experts share their knowledge and encourage you to participate with them in the discussion about what constitutes great classroom management. Teaching does not happen in a vacuum and neither does learning how to teach more effectively.
Ask questions this week, share your tips and tricks, and encourage one another. Each comment that you leave on the blog is an entry into this week’s giveaway, but, more importantly, it may be just the comment that another teacher needs to read to be more successful. On Friday, June 29th, 2012, we will choose one random comment left before 5pm EST on The Teachers’ Lounge blog to win a Classroom Management Pocket Chart. Each comment, question, or insight that you share is an entry into this week’s contest.
Be sure to join us on Wednesday evening, June 27th, at 9pm EST for a live #TeachChat as we discuss Classroom Management. We will also be announcing the winners in the 2012 Really Good Education Blog Awards during the chat. It is a great time to chat with other teachers and get your questions and concerns answered right away.
A special congratulations to Carla C., the winner of last week’s Really Good Giveaway.