classroom management

posted by scooby

Consider other types of interruptions, such as a fire drill or having a student paged to the front office during a lesson.

i cant think of any but having a disruptive student


address how you will adapt your strategies to work under a variety of unexpected situations? for the unruling student i would call a teacher to come in to take over my class and i would talk to the student if he progresses i would walk him to priniple office

  1. SraJMcGin

    Most classes will have a "hall pass" for the student called out of the room. If there is a loud speaker in your room, that can be an interruption, some classrooms have telephones.

    Here is a search to give you more ideas:

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=classroom+interruptions

    Sra

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