Good preschool programs must have effective classroom management, which is difficult to define. Consider these guidelines while making decisions, planning, and organizing your classroom. Class management is everything a teacher does to ensure that he or she will have a well-organized classroom where children can be successful.
1. Be Prepared!
Being overly prepared is preferable to being underprepared. Know where you're going, know what you want to accomplish each day, and prepare all of your centers for learning, resources, and visual aids in advance.
2. Every day, make a good impression.
Your day will start off well with a sincere smile warm greeting, and enthusiasm. Tell the kids of all the fun morning activities you have in store for them and get them pumped for the various activities.
3. Keep a routine and timetable.
Create a routine that works well, then stick to it consistently. Children should be taught routines and habits so they will understand what is expected of them every day.
4. Set high but reasonable expectations.
Children should be expected to behave well and act appropriately.
5. Learn as much as you can about the development of the students you educate.
Know where they are, where they've been, and where they're going! Be sensitive to each person's background and make an effort to understand how they live at home.
6. Show your kids by example the type of behavior that you desire from them.
Your students will likely be nice, dependable, and upbeat if you are.
7. Encourage kids to take responsibility.
If we only give them the chance, it's remarkable what little kids are capable of. Hold kids accountable for their actions, and give them lots of jobs to do in the classroom.
8. Maintain a neat, pleasant, and clean classroom.
Everything should have its place, and kids should be taught how to put things back where they belong. Additionally, a well-organized classroom will make kids feel safe and at ease.
9. Accentuate the positive and ignore minor insidents.
Rather than focusing on what children do wrong. look for behavior and praise children for doing the right thing.
10.Disperse children when there is a conflict.
If tempers start to sizzle,separate children before they blow up. There will also be certain combinations of children who disturb others when they are together. Give these children an assigned seat, have one sit on either side of you and arrange it so they can focus their attention in a positive way.
11. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!
Be perceptive and prevent problems whenever possible. Redirect misbehavior, distract children, or remove tempting objects or toys that may cause problems.
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