Classroom Management

An approach to teaching based on the belief that integrating academic and social-emotional skills. Bringing the best responses in the students by simply using effective communication.

Skills Gained: Our module focuses on 4 main domains:

    • Engaging academics
    • Effective management
    • Positive community
    • Developing awareness

The workshop will brief about tips to manage students in class. Enforcing discipline is about helping students to govern their own behavior in ways that help them learn.

Skills Gained: Teachers will avail practical measures to enforce discipline. They’ll learn about token economy, reward systems, negative reinforcements, positive reinforcements and punishments to enforce discipline.

Collaboration and coordination in a classroom are an important aspect of day to day interactions between teachers and students. The skill to have students on board with your structure of teaching is an important skill to have.

Skills Gained: Our team will share tips to motivate students into doing something. The session will include guidelines to promote teamwork and task- delegation. The importance of positive reinforcements, token economy, reward systems and punishments will be discussed.

Circle time is a group activity that is suitable for all age groups which facilitates social learning and is a solution focused therapeutic approach which is , at the same time fun for children. This technique is widely used among preschools and schools as a learning based activity.

Skills Gained: The workshop will equip teachers with the knowledge of conducting and effective Circle Time for students of all age groups . Practical ideas to deliver an effective circle time, setting routines and setting engaging content.

Classroom management is a term used to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons run smoothly without disruptive behaviour from students compromising the delivery of instruction.

Skills Gained: Our workshops will help the teacher with management strategies such as - assertive discipline, constructive discipline, culturally responsive classrooms, discipline without stress along with positive classroom and flexible learning goals and child-centric classroom.

The Theory of Multiple Intelligences by Howard Gardner focused on eight abilities, namely - musical-rhythmic, visual-spatial, verbal-linguistic, logical-mathematical, bodily -kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalistic.

Skills Gained: A modern application of this theory is understanding the roles of these different intelligences in a classroom environment and effective pedagogical strategies that would bring these differences together to achieve maximum learning of the students.

The workshop aims to raise the awareness of teachers and trains them to address prevailing gender and social issues in academic settings and in the society at large. Additionally, it focuses on the way the teacher can reinforce and communicate gender positive behaviour in their classrooms.

The workshop aims to raise the awareness of teachers and trains them to address prevailing gender and social issues in academic settings and in the society at large. Additionally, it focuses on the way the teacher can reinforce and communicate gender positive behaviour in their classrooms.

Student motivation is an essential aspect of student learning. We as a team will help teachers with various techniques to motivate their students, such as - give students a sense of control, define the objectives, threat-free environment, offer varied experiences, positive competition, offer rewards, self-reflection and gradually help to achieve complete command of the situations around them.

The Theory of Multiple Intelligences (Howard Gardner)focuses on eight abilities : musical-rhythmic, visual-spatial, verbal-linguistic, logical-mathematical, bodily-kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalistic.

Skills Gained: The teachers will be trained on the modern application of this theory , that is understanding the roles of these different ‘intelligences’ in a classroom environment and effective pedagogical strategies that would bring these differences together to achieve maximum learning of the students.

Instructional strategies are techniques used by teachers to help students become independent, strategic learners.

Skills Gained: Teachers will be enabled to provide students with experiential learning, direct and indirect method of learning, independent study and interactive instructions.

Monitoring is a classroom management technique loosely defined as listening to the learners for their accuracy and fluency, or checking to see whether activities are going to plan and that the learners are 'on task'.

Skills Gained: The teachers will develop a habit of providing questioning and other learning probes, monitoring seatwork, homework, and reviewing performances of the students.

As a mentor, a teacher should be an adviser, a role model and a friend. An effective mentor-mentee relationship is essential for any guidance to be fruitful.

Skills Gained: Techniques to evolve a better mentor mentee relationship such as modeling, mind mapping, appreciative inquiry among others.

Creativity is the ability to create something new out of the resources you currently have. Building creativity is the basics of building intelligence. Through the workshop, teachers will gain first hand activities to encourage their students to enhance critical and creative thinking.

Skills Gained: Teachers will be empowered with activities they could conduct for their students to enhance their creativity. They’ll learn about effectively communicating and effectively analysing students. Our team will discuss giving positive feedback to motivate students to pursue creativity and elaborate thinking.

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