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Classroom Procedures & Expectations

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Susan Walsh

on 14 October 2013

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Transcript of Classroom Procedures & Expectations

Classroom Procedures & Expectations
Step 1
Set The Tone!!!!
Step 2
The Fast Start.....
Step 4
Effective VS Ineffective Methods
Step 5
Discussion
A pleasant greeting can make the difference in a good day and a bad one.
Teaching is based on relationship and anything that interferes with relationship interferes with what's going to happen this day and period.
Betsy Geddes, Ed.D.
An effective teacher manages a classroom.
An ineffective teacher disciplines a classroom.
In your groups, share your best strategies for:
Seriously dude.
Reaction
Step 3
R E S P E C T
GET OUT OF
MY
CLASSROOM!!!!
Did a greeting at the door set a positive tone for you?
Setting the tone for learning
Starting the lesson on time
Managing rather than disciplining classes
Creating an atmosphere of respect.
The minute the class begins, the learning begins.
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