Some people absolutely hate the idea of identifying things with numbers rather than student names, but there can be real benefits. With the numbers systems, you can see at a glance what`s missing. You don`t have to label everything year after year. It is easy to use numbers to divide children into groups (auchund and quotas, etc.). So think about it. This system may make it somewhat easier to manage your first-class class classes. (If numbers aren`t your thing, here you`ll find other class organization organization hacks.) Hey, Amanda! Yes, this becomes the general expectations of my classroom that are expected by the students. I think that if we develop them together, they will be invested much more to follow them. I also use a variant of the whole brain rules that are available on my blog. It`s a great resource! I`m doing this for the first time this year in my kindergarten class, and I was happy to see an example of how you can do that with the kids. Teach the rules as in a regular lesson.

This should be your first lesson. Discuss each rule individually, explain the reasons behind it, and ask for examples of how it could be broken. Explain that the rules help make school time more enjoyable, and use examples to illustrate this point. It is also a good idea to publish the rules as a reminder and send a copy with each student home. Teachers always agree to set standards in a classroom. Teaching students to be self-discipline and to learn respect is to become a science student. Having class contracts can make a class extremely large. Class agreements can lead everyone to act and think like their instructor. The ten pathways you have created for Ms.

Sackson are very important for an educational process. You mentioned that you need to spend time before you consolidate your beliefs about learning. It was very important for someone who takes his time before rushing to do his job. As a teacher, you must of course establish general rules of conduct for your classroom. But how can you get your students to play by the rules? Give them a hand in creating these rules! Here`s how to do it. Start with a list of what you consider to be the bottom line, then work through thoughtful discussions with your students to create a set of rules that are expressed in their language. Use this list as a starting point, tailor it to the needs of your class and class: I`m new to learning the Inquiry and PYP. I am only 4 years old.

But I see too many teachers (maybe even myself!) who give words in the air to the idea of the agreement, the idea that students are actively involved in the construction of such agreements. If we creatively creativity our students to find the chords that our class must have. It is difficult for us to let go of control and guide students to their promises, not ours. Sometimes I feel the same way on the exam. Yes, the survey is often structured and must be structured, but do we “make” requests about what students are interested in, or do we simply find less obvious ways to get them to where we have already decided they should be? These two subjects were hard in mind when the school year starts where I am… Wireless doorbells have become a teacher`s favorite, and they are a must-have for the first classroom management class. Use them for transitions, attention-getter, tips during group work and more.