Category: Classroom Management Principles

  • Pros and Cons of Homework: What You Should Know

    Pros and Cons of Homework: What You Should Know

    Homework can be a great tool for students to improve their academic performance, but there are also some drawbacks. Some pros to assigning homework are that it can help students practice and master the material they learned in class, it can help students develop good study habits, and it can give students a sense of…

  • 10 Reasons Why Teachers Should Give Less Homework

    10 Reasons Why Teachers Should Give Less Homework

    In recent years, there has been a growing call among stakeholders in education for teachers to reduce the amount of homework given to students. There are a number of reasons why the calls for teachers to give fewer homework assignments have intensified. First, homework can actually have negative effects on student achievement. Second, it can…

  • Empathy vs Sympathy in the Classroom

    Empathy vs Sympathy in the Classroom

    In the classroom, it is important for both teachers and students to be able to understand and express empathy and sympathy.   Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another person. Sympathy is feeling sorry for someone else’s problems.   In this article, I will help you understand the differences between…

  • Empathy and Sympathy: Why are they important for Students?

    Empathy and Sympathy: Why are they important for Students?

    Sympathy and empathy are important traits for students to have in the classroom setting. Sympathy is the ability to feel compassion for someone else, while empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.   When students are able to sympathize and empathize with their classmates, they are better able to build…

  • Empathy and Sympathy: Why are they important for Teachers?

    Empathy and Sympathy: Why are they important for Teachers?

    In order to be an effective teacher, it is important to have empathy for and sympathy for your students. Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another, while sympathy is feeling sorry for someone.   Both are essential for creating a positive classroom environment. When teachers are able to put themselves…

  • 11 Roles of Teachers in Implementing Effective Instruction

    11 Roles of Teachers in Implementing Effective Instruction

    Teachers play a critical role in implementing effective instruction in the classroom. They are responsible for designing lessons that meet the needs of their students and providing feedback to help students improve their learning. Teachers must also be able to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all students and adjust their teaching methods as…

  • How to Manage Movement in the Classroom?

    How to Manage Movement in the Classroom?

    In order for students to learn, they need to be able to move around. However, in order for them to stay on task, it is important to have a plan for managing movement in the classroom. There are some ways to manage movement in the classroom. One way is to have specific times when students…

  • How to Manage Students with Low Self-esteem in Your Classroom?

    How to Manage Students with Low Self-esteem in Your Classroom?

    Do you have students who often feel insecure and uncertain of themselves? If so, you may need to help them manage their low self-esteem. There is no one answer for how to manage students with low self-esteem, as every student is unique. However, some general tips include providing encouragement and positive reinforcement, helping students set…

  • How to Handle the Class Clown?

    How to Handle the Class Clown?

    Class clowns can be a distraction in the classroom and can make it difficult for students to learn. However, with some simple techniques, it is possible to manage class clowns so that they do not disrupt the class and students can still learn.   The first step in handling the class clown is to understand…

  • Why Teacher’s Body Language Matters in Classroom Management?

    Why Teacher’s Body Language Matters in Classroom Management?

    Teachers have a huge impact on students’ classroom management. A lot of that is due to how they manage themselves. Teachers’ body language can influence their classroom management in several ways. For example, if a teacher is slumped over at her desk or looks disinterested in her students, they may be less likely to respect…