Classroom Management: Interventions

5.5 Learning Environment – Managing Student Behavior by Monitoring. 

Student disruptions during instructional time are normally minor, misplaced behaviors. Whether whispering to a friend or fiddling with supplies, it can be difficult to fully engage a class of 25 plus students for more than 5 or 10 minutes for an activity. This is why it is important for a teacher to be mindful and observant of student attentiveness and to use differing strategies to re-engage off task students. Throughout EDU 6130, Classroom Management, I would take away one or two strategies each week to apply immediately in the classroom the next day and test to see if they worked.Read More »