Workshops with tag - Classroom Management

Thu, Nov 04, 2021
Location: MCA 7
In classroom children’s ministry everyone of us needs to set boundaries – but are they right? This session will give you excellent ideas on appropriate boundaries that will ensure success. We will include such issues as “setting the stage” in the classroom and give good and bad examples of discipline.
Thu, Nov 04, 2021
Location: MCA 11
Today we see a big difference in how children are brought up and taught. This can present some opportunities in teaching these young lives. In I Tim. 3:15, Paul says we should know how to behave in the house of God. This class will give actions and ideas on how to keep the attention and control of preschool children so they can learn and not hinder other classmates from learning the Word of God. These practices will help us keep our classes decent and in order.
Thu, Nov 04, 2021
Location: MCA 12
A teacher’s academic goal for their students is to see them become successful learners. This can be accomplished when the teacher provides a well-managed classroom environment that includes thoughtful lesson plans, engaging assignments, and appropriate assessments.
Fri, Nov 05, 2021
Location: MCA 12
Each school year we are challenged to create lesson plans designed to meet the needs of students with varying abilities and desire to succeed. By learning to incorporate a variety of teaching strategies into your lesson plans you will have a greater opportunity to meet the needs of all your students while creating an environment where students want to learn.
Fri, Nov 05, 2021
Location: MCA 12
Students face challenges in school that may require a productive meeting between the teacher and the parents. When teachers prepare in advance for effective meetings and follow through with an agreed upon plan, students can experience a greater level of school success.
Sat, Nov 06, 2021
Location: MCA 12
Do you want to spend more time in meaningful classroom instruction? Many teachers feel overwhelmed with knowing what procedures and routines should be taught to make classroom learning productive. When procedures and routines are carefully taught, modeled, and established in the classroom, children know what is expected of them. This allows the teacher to spend more time in meaningful classroom instruction.
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