Are you finding yourself wondering how to make more money? Have you thought for a second to view your current money situation and apply some good cash management skills to your finances? If you think about it, the less money you need to earn means the more money you can make and in a much faster fashion. How to make money for school is not hard if you apply good cash management skills into your every day life.
OHow will students turn in their work? Will they pass it forward or to the side or will you have a box or bin by the door where students can drop off their work as they come in?
SPEAK IN CODE. How will you signal that students should be silent, return from breakout groups, or listen for instructions? Instead of yelling over the students, and thus adding to the hubbub, develop a code to signal that you want your students’ attention. Counting backwards from 5 to 1, ringing a bell, turning down the lights, or issuing a call-and-response clap are some tried and true methods to refocus your group.
First let’s examine the routines that everyone in the school will be following. If you are teaching in the first six grades your students will arrive at school and come to your class. They will also leave for and return from recess, lunch and perhaps some speciality teachers. Intermediate and high school teachers will also have students coming and going from class but they will be different groups of students each time.
The danger is that it’s so easy for teachers (or parents) to think at this point that they’re getting nowhere and the strategies aren’t working, but they are. You have to Student management system be consistent and persistent!
Money is hard to come by these days. Parents who used to send their children to private schools are contemplating on sending them to public schools. They hope that the kind of education given to their children will be at par to what they used to receive at private schools. However, there are public schools who take care of their teachers by sending them to teachers training every once in a while. Trainings mean cost to the school. Some training scheduled during school days mean lost of days when the students learn. Although there are trainings scheduled during vacation or summer to avoid education disruption.
Sometimes it is possible that a goal set earlier is unachievable at the moment due to your lack of related skills or that it is too easily achieved, revise the goals. Check the priorities of the task set in the schedule, eg. 1 or 2 of your weak subjects could have improved tremendously after weeks of revision, so now you should redirect your focus on a weaker subject.
I agree that this level of responsibility is a tough pill to swallow. Everyone decides who goes into your class. Other people choose the high stake test content. There are variables and circumstances out of your control every day. To make it worse, you can be a content expert but suck at classroom management and your students will miss a great opportunity to learn from you. The bottom line, you cannot blame students. As a teacher you have to figure out a way to reach ’em and teach ’em.