by Leanne Miller
It’s never easy, yet getting it right is critical to your students’ success, not to mention your sanity.
It’s classroom management.
Thanks to teachers at Toronto’s Jarvis CI for their help illustrating some non-verbal management signs.
“A teacher can’t get his students’ attention and his volume starts to rise. He glares at them and tells them to look at the board. Some do; most don’t. His volume increases again: “Don’t look at me; look at the board.” Some kids squirm; most still look at their teacher…”