CATEGORY: Available Workshops (School), Instructional Best Practices

Systems & Routines: How to Establish & Maintain

Course Access: 365 days access
Course Overview

Clerisy Architect: Brandon Clayton

Length of Workshop: 60 minutes

Publications Highlighted:  

Browser, A., & Tomic, W. (2000). A longitudinal study of teacher burnout and perceived , self-efficacy in classroom management. Teaching and Teacher Education, 16, 239-253., Kounin, J. S. (1970). Observing and delineating technique of managing behavior in , classrooms. Journal of Research & Development in Education, 4,62-72., k5chalkbox(n.d.).32 Classroom routines every teacher needs. , http://www.k5chalkbox.com/classroom-routines.html, Lester, R. R., Allanson, P. B., & Notar, C. E. (2017). Routines are the foundation of classroom, management. Education, 137(4), 398+. Retrieved from https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/A496083773/AONE?u=j152901021&sid=AONE&xid=9af7259e, Murry, B.P. (2002) The new teacher’s complete sourcebook: Grades K-4. Scholastic.+, Ostrosky, M. M., Jung, E. Y., Hemmeter, M.L., & Thomas, D. (2003). Helping children, understand routines and classroom schedules. Prepared by the Center on Socia and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning. ED 481 991, Wright, A. (2014). Creating a positive classroom culture: Minute by minute. Educational, Horizons, 92, 12-15

Danielson Framework: Domain 2 (Classroom Environment)

Workshop Description:

According to research done by Robin Lester and some of her colleagues, “Classroom management is the key to learning.” (Lester, 2017). Some have discovered this hard after attempting to double-down on solely teaching while neglecting the need for implementing healthy and consistent management practices.

This workshop is broken into 3 parts. The first part discusses the research supporting the need for strong and consistent classroom management practice for learning. The next two parts will equip you with techniques that Doug Lemov has observed champion teachers tend to use  2.) at the beginning of class and 3.) during class. This is a must-have for every educator, new or experienced.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the value that research places on systems and routines in the classroom
  • Explore effective systems and routines that promote a healthy classroom environment

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