- This course aims to introduce professionals in the education field to and guide them through the best practices for effective class management.
- Participants will be able to sharpen their knowledge and practices about class structures, about class planners, as well as, learning styles and multiple intelligences.
- Participants will be able to test and further enhance their knowledge about effective class management.
- Introduce participants to the concept of class management.
- Learn about different styles and structures of classes.
- Learn how to effectively plan for your classes and teaching sessions.
- Learn how effective class management can be achieved by better understanding of learning and teaching styles, and multiple intelligences.
- Sharpen knowledge about effective class management using a case study.
Who Should Attend?
- School teachers and supervisors
- School principals
- Professionals working in the education field
- New hires who want to start their career in the education field
- Anyone who has got interest in class management techniques.
- Introduction & course overview
- What are class management strategies?
- Characteristics of effective and ineffective class management
- What do we need to effectively manage our classes?
- A discussion about your class management style.
- Introduction to class structures
- How to create a positive leaning environment?
- Why it is important to organize and communicate properly in the class?
- How to maintain a positive learning environment?
- Open discussion – how do you structure your class.
- What is meant by class or teaching session planning?
- Types of planning.
- Who is responsible for planning; the teacher, the supervisor or both?
- Tools for effective class and teaching session planning
- What is your planning style?
- Discussion – what is multiple intelligences (MI) and learning styles (LS).
- How understanding MI and LS can help is effective class management?
- How can multiple intelligences and learning styles best be used together?
- A formula for a successful class management and better learning outcomes
- Reviewing and evaluating your class management performance is an ongoing process.
- Where do we start?
- A case study on class management
- School management support is important for successful class management.