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Getting classroom management right is about working out the best techniques for you and your class. This is easier said than done, so see which of our behaviour management in the classroom strategies you can implement for your class.
Managing a classroom effectively is one of the most important parts of being a primary school teacher. This skill comes easier to some people than others, but keeping your classroom focused and engaged may actually be easier than you think. Here at PlanBee we have collated some handy classroom management strategies to help turn primary classrooms into effective learning environments.
While this may seem obvious, the layout of your classroom can influence how engaged your class are. A child who has to twist around to see you or the board, will be harder to keep on track than one who can sit comfortably while they work. Remove physical barriers or discomforts to help keep your class focused. Show them they are valued in the class.
Planning your classroom’s layout, and putting your plan into practice, may be trickier than you had first anticipated. We all know classrooms can have lots of students and resources in them. Ensuring all pupils are sitting in a position where they can see and be seen can take some serious effort. Don’t be afraid to move your classroom around if the layout isn’t working for you or the children.
If you’d like to read more about classroom discipline methods and find out what your style is, read our ‘What is your teaching discipline style?’ blog. It might help you create a calmer classroom while moving you away from some of the more common discipline oriented behaviour management strategies.
Share any of your classroom management strategies with us and we’ll add them to this blog. Teaching is tricky enough without having to reinvent the wheel constantly!
Planning looks quite detailed, engaging and differentiated to support everyone’s learning :)
This unit has some good ideas but needed a lot of tweaking to make a suitable unit for my Y3 class. This made it a rather expensive buy and not the best value for money for me.
Exactly what I was looking for, thank you.
We're so pleased to hear that - thanks, Molly!
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Thanks, Kyla :-)
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