Classroom Organization & Time Management
What the experts say about classroom organization & time management:
Establishing a positive school culture makes it safe enough for students to ask questions, to speak up in a group, to voice opinions, to ask for help, to assume leadership, to make independent decisions and solve problems with peers.
~ Jeanne Gibbs
The goal is to teach children how to do the right thing. This goal is accomplished by setting limits, giving students responsibility, helping them develop confidence, and teaching them how to solve problems.
~ Marilyn Gootman
From the very start of the school year, the way a classroom is managed will impact the instruction that takes place.
~ Jessica Burkhalter
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OVERVIEW of organization & time management
|Creating a positive classroom community includes effective management techniques, effective organization and ways to promote student accountability. Along with classroom preparation, it is essential to establish routines and create an engaging learning environment. These aspects of classroom management all contribute to success in student learning and are best initiated early in the school year.|
Classroom routines & expectations
|Students are motivated to learn in an environment that fosters cooperation, responsibility and respect for one another. Establish routines early in the school year through discussions, modeling and role play. Students at all grade levels benefit from co-creating, understanding and practicing classroom routines and expectations. When students are involved in establishing expectations, accountability increases.|
Classroom organization & management strategies
|An effective classroom management strategy supports students in their learning at all grade levels. The classroom structure, materials and planning are all linked to the success of each student. Choose a strategy that fosters student responsibility, goal setting to improve student learning and an inclusive classroom community. Promote a positive classroom culture through collaboration and encouragement.|
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