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Effective Classroom Management

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a slideshow for college teachers on how they can make their classrooms more interactive and more effective.

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Effective Classroom Management

  1. 1. WORKSHOP for Degree College Lecturers EFFECTIVE CLASSROOMMANAGEMENT mnRAJU
  2. 2. Icebreaker1 Name & Qualifications2 Best Teaching Experience • Speak to an3 Favorite Subjects/Topics unknown or less known4 Achievements & Awards colleague5 • Use ONLY English • Do not write mnRAJU
  3. 3. Why Do We Teach? Knowledge Skills Application Information Literacy mnRAJU
  4. 4. Why Do We Teach? Higher objectives of education  Learning to Learn  Learning to Live  Learning to be Better Obligation to nation, college & students Professional satisfaction and growth mnRAJU
  5. 5. Nobler Outcomes  Imagination  Creativity  Aptitude  Attitude mnRAJU
  6. 6. 4 Types of Teachers A mediocre teacher tells. A good teacher explains. A superior teacher demonstrates.A Great teacher inspires. mnRAJU
  7. 7. A Great Teacher is mnRAJU
  8. 8. Activity - 1 RecollectWho was your best teacher at school/college? How did he/she inspire you? Write Share mnRAJU
  9. 9. Teaching – Learning Involves mnRAJU
  10. 10. Activity - 2 Call out L - E - A - R – N Form five groups & sit in circles Discuss “What can a teacher change and what he cannot?” Spokespersons make short presentations mnRAJU
  11. 11. A Great Teacher uses Effective ClassroomManagementTechniques mnRAJU
  12. 12. TTT vs STTDecrease Teacher Centred Teaching TimeIncrease Student CentredLearning Time mnRAJU
  13. 13. Instruction Patterns1. Teacher Talk2. Choral Response3. Close-ended Teacher Questioning4. Open-ended Teacher Questioning5. Full Class Interaction6. Student Initiated Questioning7. Group Work8. Pair Work (Collaboration)9. Individual Work10. Self Access mnRAJU
  14. 14. Modes of Instruction Mode Participants Live Onlineone-to-one teacher-student conversation online chat student-teacher explanation e-mail student-student clarification discussionone-to-many teacher-students lecture streaming audio student-students demonstration streaming video bulletin board mailing listmany-to-many students-students debate audio-conference GD video-conference forum blog mnRAJU
  15. 15. Interactive classes use1. Pair work2. Group work3. Good instructions4. Eliciting5. Thought provoking questions6. Activities, Games & Technology mnRAJU
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  17. 17. Pair Work Recall the Icebreaker Think of advantages of pairwork Form pairs Share your ideas with partner Share with class mnRAJU
  18. 18. Pair Work - Advantages Greater opportunity for Application Learners gain confidence/overcome fear Real time feedback/response Peer learning Cooperation – a life skill mnRAJU
  19. 19. Pair Work - Review THINK – make notes form PAIRS SHARE with Partner SHARE with Class mnRAJU
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  21. 21. Group Work Recall Activity -2 Form groups Discuss advantages of groupwork Arrive at consensus Share with class mnRAJU
  22. 22. Group Work - Advantages  More student participation time  More listening time  More fun  Exchange of ideas  Seeing others’ points of view  Improved social skills  Improved problem solving skills mnRAJU
  23. 23. Group Work - Review Explain the activity Arrange the groups Set time limit Give example/demonstration Move & Monitor Follow up Discuss the activity mnRAJU
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  25. 25. Good Instructions are . . . Short Simple Precise Easy to follow Repeated Demonstrated mnRAJU
  26. 26. Activity - 3Follow the instructions in the handout. mnRAJU
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  28. 28. Ask,Don’t Tell mnRAJU
  29. 29. Activity - 4Elicit a specific response mnRAJU
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  31. 31. Question TypesYes/No InformationClose-ended Open-endedTeacher initiated Student initiatedFactual Inferential/ ExperientialLOT HOTRhetorical/ Thought-provokingLeading mnRAJU
  32. 32. Responding to Questions Let students think and formulate Do not interrupt Show interest in answers Involve other students Ask follow-up questions Do not discourage students mnRAJU
  33. 33. Evaluation Include variety – HOT/LOT/FIVE Avoid routine questions Test application of learning Encourage imagination Encourage creativity Promote further learning mnRAJU
  34. 34. Effective Evaluation Validity Reliability Washback Practicality mnRAJU
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  36. 36. Visual Aids Realia Models Photographs, Charts Transparencies Slideshows Video Clips, Multimedia mnRAJU
  37. 37. Go Modern“Don’t limit a child to your own learning, for he was born in another time.” - Rabindranath Tagore It’s not about the tech. It is about the teach. mnRAJU
  38. 38. Current Technologies Internet Mobile Technologies Video Transmission Social Networking Blogs, podcasts, YouTube etc mnRAJU
  39. 39. Teach the Basic Tools mnRAJU
  40. 40. Edutainment Use podcasts, videos, audios, animation (www.goanimate.com) Use wikipedia etc Create your own website mnRAJU
  41. 41. Emerging Technologies Internet2 (100 times faster) Wi-fi, Bluetooth, 802.11(versatile plug-ins) The Tablet PC Nanotechnology Thought-controlled Computing mnRAJU
  42. 42. How does it affect you? Accept Challenges Exploit Opportunities Don’t Stop Learning mnRAJU
  43. 43. What you do TODAYcan IMPROVE ALL YOURTOMORROWS mnRAJU
  44. 44. This slideshow is available at www.slideshare.net/lionnagarajuwww.authorstream.com/tag/lionnagaraju Send your comments to lionnagaraju@gmail.com mnRAJU

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