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Classroom Management Resources - Chapter Summary and Objectives
To effectively teach a class, you must have both the ability to convey knowledge to your students and the ability to manage your class. The articles provided here will serve as a supplemental resource to help you learn useful classroom management skills. Resources provided include:
- Checklists, templates, and rubrics to utilize in various circumstances
- Resources for teachers of first grade classes and English language students
- Costs of technology for classroom purposes
- Analysis of the presence of technology in the classroom
|Weekly Progress Report Templates||View examples of templates for various forms of weekly progress reports.|
|Parent, Student & Teacher Contract||Learn the importance of utilizing contracts with your students and their parents.|
|Fieldtrip Checklist for Teachers||Review how to use a checklist when you take your students on a fieldtrip.|
|Resources for Teachers of English Language Learners||Examine resources for teaching English to students who have different primary language.|
|First Grade Classroom Management Plan||Identify a plan for managing a first grade class.|
|Is There Too Much Technology in the Classroom?||Analyze the presence of technology in the classroom.|
|Behavior Rubric Examples||Review examples of behavior rubrics to practice using them.|
|How Much Does a Promethean Board Cost?||Address the cost of a Promethean Board for your classroom.|
|How Much Does a Smart Board Cost?||Determine how much it costs to buy a Smart Board to use in your teaching.|
1. Weekly Progress Report Templates
Weekly progress reports have several uses. This article will look at some options for teachers to use in the classroom and provide ideas for developing progress report templates.
2. Parent, Student & Teacher Contract
You can use parent, student and teacher contracts to improve the learning environment of your classroom. Find out how you can integrate these tools into your teaching and discover how to find or create these contracts.
3. Fieldtrip Checklist for Teachers
Taking your class on a field trip will be an incredibly fun experience, but a number of precautions should be taken before you start. Check out this article for some planning tips as you get your students ready for the trip.
4. Resources for Teachers of English Language Learners
If you are teaching English as a foreign or second language, there are several resources you can take advantage of. Read on to learn about a couple of these resources.
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6. First Grade Classroom Management Plan
Classroom management is about more than just appropriately handling behavior. It's also about preventing negative outcomes before they arise by using certain classroom strategies. There are many classroom management tools available to help teachers develop a solid plan. Read on to learn more.
7. Is There Too Much Technology in the Classroom?
Whether or not there's too much technology in the classroom is an issue that makes for a good debate. Here you'll learn about less debatable material: the pros and cons of having technology in the classroom.
8. Behavior Rubric Examples
Find out about behavior rubric examples and a basic design that can be used for various grade levels. Learn about the important components of these rubrics and how they can help in your classroom.
9. How Much Does a Promethean Board Cost?
Technology has changed the way we do everything, including approaches to teaching. This article will give you a breakdown of the interactive classroom technology offered by Promethean and resources that can help you understand how technology is evolving the classroom.
10. How Much Does a Smart Board Cost?
Smart Boards have become increasingly popular as they continue to expand teaching possibilities beyond the capacities of their chalkboard predecessors. But how much does it cost to bring this technology into the classroom? Keep reading to find out!
11. Brain Breaks for Kids in the Classroom
It's completely normal for kids to get fidgety or distracted during dense lessons on new topics. Read on to find activity ideas that give students a quick brain-break to keep them refreshed and focused for more effective learning.
12. Anti-Bullying Survey Finds Teachers Lack the Support They Need
Sadly, as many as one-third of teachers lack the confidence to deal with bullying, while 1 in 4 lack the resources needed to teach their students about bullying. Read on for more insights from Study.com's survey of 3,057 active teachers.
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Other chapters within the Teaching Resources course
- Teacher Development & Certification Resources
- Online Credential Options for Teachers
- Common Core Standards by State
- Curriculum Resources for Teachers
- Language Arts & Social Studies Educational Resources
- Math & Science Educational Resources
- Sample Rubrics for Teachers
- Lesson Plans for Teachers
- Praxis Test by State