5 classroom management strategies to get student attention
One of the most challenging aspects of teaching when it comes to classroom management is getting attention from noisy students and challenging groups.
Like most teachers, you have probably tried a wide range of classroom management strategies to deal with disruptive students but unless you have a proven system for dealing with classroom management problems as they occur (i.e. a classroom management plan), successfully managing a rowdy, changing group can be very difficult.
Without doubt, one of the most important classroom management strategies a teacher needs is a way of gaining attention from a challenging group and getting them to listen to instructions. It’s obvious – if they don’t listen to your instructions, how can they do as you ask? How can you expect them to behave?
In this short video Rob Plevin explains 5 practical, proven classroom & behaviour management strategies to get student attention in a noisy classroom. The video is a sample from Behaviour-ology resource site, where you can find other kinds of classroom management strategies and tips including videos from classroom management courses.