Taking Educators To The Next Level

Classroom Management

Educators, have you ever pondered the boundless power of your instructional time?

Picture this: imagine if, instead of grappling with disruptions, you could steer that energy into 5, 10, or even 20 more hours of focused learning each week. Those aren't just numbers; they're potential game-changers for students' academic journey.

Imagine a classroom where academic excellence thrives and distractions take a backseat. That's not just a dream—it's a possibility with the right discipline strategy. We've seen it happen. When schools invest in their teachers and equip them with effective classroom management techniques, the results are astounding: fewer disruptions, more time for quality instruction, and a 70% spike in student achievement. It all starts with creating a support system that gives authority back to educators, ensuring they can command the classroom with respect and efficiency.


Is the well-being of your teachers linked to your school's triumphs?

Discover training concepts deeply rooted in successful breakthroughs. Transform the classroom with methodologies that slash unwarranted disruptions by up to 90%. Watch as your staff reclaims precious teaching hours and student performance soars. This reimagining calls upon your educators to finesse their mastering domain—the connection between order and educational excellence.


Are you concerned about the high rate of teacher turnover?

The management of classroom dynamics is crucial to creating an environment where students excel. It's the linchpin that keeps educators in their jobs or leads them to leave the profession. To help tackle this issue, we offer practical methods designed to strengthen classroom management, ensuring that your teachers have the vital skills and resources they need to thrive.

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 Training Overview

Self-Control Strategies

In the dynamic arena of classroom management, a proactive stance is not just prudent—it's pivotal. By fortifying your techniques with preventative strategies, you're mounting a solid defense that shrinks the space for problems to rise. However, every teacher, from the seasoned pros to the fresh faces, will find themselves in face-off with behavioral hiccups at some point. That’s just the realistic backdrop, and the way we handle these incidents says volumes about our classroom culture, where respect is not just a rule, but a value.

As educators, we must respond to disruptions with a blend of professionalism, respect, and accountability. It's easier said than done, especially when our teaching rhythm is thrown off. But with the right strategies—strategies that I've honed and shared in my educational course—we can keep these incidents from snowballing, ensuring they don’t upend the day's learning objectives.

Remember, the key is to act swiftly and smartly. It's about engaging in the 'why' behind the behavior—assessing its impact on the learning environment—and then responding, ensuring that we are part of the solution, not an escalation of the problem. It's a balance, a dance, and it's where our experience and our toolkit meet the everyday challenges of the classroom. We know we can't prevent every scuff, but our preparedness and timely interventions can prevent the vast majority from spiraling out of control, preserving the sanctuary of your classroom for learning, growth, and mutual respect.

Classroom Management Beliefs

  • Times have changed.
  • Teachers are doing an incredible job.
  • ”Kids don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” Dr. Madeline Hunter
  • Good discipline is a matter of good timing.
  • Conflict is an essential part of growing up.
  • Parenting affects behavior.
  • We cannot use poor parenting as an excuse for not teaching.
  • Problem behavior can entrap us.
  • Curriculum comes first, but discipline does, too!
  • Self-esteem matters.
  • Students do not necessarily know how to behave.
  • Classroom rules and routines need to be systematically taught.
  • Teaching succeeds where punishment fails.
  • We need an effective consequence for low-level misbehavior.
  • An effective discipline program teaches responsible behavior.
  • We can make a difference to every child.

Student-Teacher Relationships

Establishing a warm and nurturing classroom vibe through inspired design is undeniably influential in student engagement, but it's the connection teachers foster with their students that truly propels learning forward. Whether it's the smiling décor or the well-orchestrated layout, without a teacher's personalized connection, these efforts can fall short. Conversely, a teacher's dedication can transcend classroom limitations. In fact, the relationship between educators and learners is the cornerstone of academic and personal growth. For instance, respectful and unwavering support from a mentor encourages students to reciprocate in kind, leading to a more positive and productive classroom environment.

These teacher-student connections are so pivotal that they eclipse even the most diligently curated learning spaces. When we break it down, techniques for building these bonds are as unique as the individuals in our charge, but we can pinpoint some common themes in the practices of successful educators. They delicately balance personality, teaching methodology, and unwavering commitment to each student. While there is no iron-clad formula, with every warm 'good morning' and attentive 'how are you,' these simple acts build bridges that span far beyond the day-to-day curriculum. They are gestures that prove such connections are entirely attainable and worthy pursuits for everyone in the field of education.

Classroom Management Benefits for Students

  • All children deserve the very best education you can deliver.  You can do a great deal to help a student feel like a valued classroom member.  The students in your classroom will enjoy and appreciate other students, who through your guidance, are respectful, motivated, and responsible.
  • Teachers who undergo my training tell us that their students report many common positive effects such as, in order:  an increase in their enjoyment of the teacher and subject matter; a motivation to come to class more often, and to pay more attention in class.  Thus, my training facilitates both student motivation for learning and their enjoyment of the course, and enhances student receptivity to what is being taught.
  • Teachers will learn how to “know” their students well and respond to them individually.  Students in such a classroom feel seen, known, and valued – which improves the classroom culture and tone, and replenishes energy and time for intellectual work together.

Teaching Rules and Procedures

Learning is the thrilling path to gaining new skills and knowledge. It's the gateway to change, as experienced by top psychologists who see it as a shift in our behavior triggered by life events. Imagine that every lesson you absorb reshapes your reactions, making you not just wiser, but better equipped to ace both academic and real-world challenges.

Dive into my workshop, where you'll harness an invigorating framework to craft your lesson plan roadmap for rules and procedures. Rooting your teaching in clear guidelines will steer your students towards mastering the necessary skill set to excel under your instruction.

The start of the school year is such a pivotal time for teachers—it's when we lay down the groundwork for a positive, productive year. We don't just set rules; we show them how it's done, we practice, and we make it stick, just like we do with our lessons. Think of every day in the academic year as an opportunity to solidify a relationship, a rule, a procedure that will make our school community thrive. That's why preparing for each school day is as important as planning for the lesson.

They lay down the essential structure for an environment in which children can learn and teachers can deliver their best.

Researchers have thoroughly studied the day-to-day principles and schedules championed by effective teachers in early and middle school grades.

We invited seasoned educators from various locations to collaborate on crafting and testing curriculum units designed to reinforce the most fundamental classroom procedures and norms. Teaching with these guidelines in mind doesn't stifle individuality or critical thinking; instead, it is a vessel for fostering a supportive environment where creativity and individual expression can flourish within a structured, caring community. In essence, orderliness and structure can coexist with warmth and freedom, enhancing the learning journey for all.

Classroom Benefits for Administrators

  • Every time we look to the office to solve our own discipline problems, we erode our own credibility with our students.  I provide strategies that help teachers take care of their own discipline problems in a fair, mutually respectful manner.  Empowering teachers frees the office to deal with other important building matters, and promotes clear boundaries of tolerance and promotes proactive, positive learning environments.
  • Reduced referrals
  • Increased scores
  • Because my training is not a “program” but rather a philosophy on how to treat students with dignity and receive the same back, you will find overwhelming staff/student/parent buy-in of the evidence-based strategies I present!

Successfully Responding to Challenges

The bounce is a technique that gives students a moment to step back without engaging. This helps maintain the seriousness of the learning environment and teaches kids to be responsible for their actions. However, when used cautiously, a controlled break can be just what a child needs to recenter.

Timing significantly impacts student-teacher dynamics, particularly when addressing initial signs of defiance. Swift methods of redirection like strategic disengagement can be a game-changer in managing disruptive behaviors. By withholding attention, teachers can deliver a potent yet non-intrusive response, effectively nipping problematic behavior in the bud.

It’s also a powerful refinement of a century old strategy, which affects powerful, dramatic, and positive impact on the contemporary classroom.  It is unique in that in addition to allowing for the contingent withdrawal of attention, the basic principles of academic remediation are incorporated into the process, where the teacher stops the student, re-teaches, checks for understanding, and sends the student back to work independently.

Students are given a prompt, allowed to self-correct, and then asked to identify the interfering behavior –  all while never leaving an academic environment.

Classroom Management Benefits for Teachers

  • Teachers will learn how to keep a keen and calm mental set for classroom management.  They will learn how to “read the room” and swiftly, positively, and gracefully nullify challenges and see and take the right course of action when challenged, while appearing “confident and comforting” to their pupils.
  • Teachers will learn how to properly arrange and design the classroom environment.  They will learn the “Teaching Power Position” and understand where you should and should not be, and how to eliminate positions in the classroom where students will successfully challenge them, as well as learn how to keep their students visually focused on top classroom priorities.
  • Teachers will learn how to teach-to and enforce rules and procedures and transform “unsocialized” kids into top classroom performers, and teach students how to peacefully coexist in their classroom.
  • Teachers will learn how to firmly but fairly carry out disciplinary actions.  They will learn how to stop letting minor and major challenges overrun important teaching time, start teaching every student with confidence and success, stop letting minor discipline issues side-track important lessons and handle nearly any classroom situation that arises.

Classroom Ecology and Arrangement 

When educators step into their classrooms, a top priority is crafting an environment that breathes positivity and nurtures learning. This process is a testament to their skilled navigation of the various constraints that often arise, transcending challenges like limited space, malfunctioning equipment, and educational shortfalls. Experienced teachers are well-attuned to such impediments, yet their unwavering dedication to sculpting a fertile academic space is a beacon of resilience in the face of the uncontrollable.

In our training, we emphasize making the most of your resources and implementing practical strategies. While every teacher's toolkit is unique, I advocate for classroom setups that address academic needs while also reinforcing positive behavior, promoting a harmonious learning environment. Your class's layout and organization can significantly impact engagement and outcomes. Let's ensure your space is working for you!

In my sessions, I emphasize putting tools into practice and solutions into action. Every educator faces a distinct set of challenges, and while a certain approach might click for one, it could need tweaking for another. What's consistent, however, are the core classroom design principles that cater to both learning and behavior management.

Many educators fixate on classroom layout for learning efficiency, overlooking the impact on student conduct. It's an essential interplay. Say, seating arrangements that work well academically might unwittingly trigger disruptions. And interruptions, as you know, are the nemesis of effective teaching. It’s a delicate balance. As we review each section of the room, it's crucial to consider the broader implications. How might the setup support not only academic pursuit but also the desired, conducive environment for learning and respect?

Bringing it all together and much more!

  • Learn strategies to face the out of control student: Five immediate steps to take to regain classroom control.
  • Eliminate arguments, multiple warnings, and repeated requests–forever.
  • Say good-bye to classroom management approaches that make more work for you, the teacher.
  • Earn respect.
  • Wipe out misbehavior.
  • Increase positive behavior.
  • Never again “drain valuable teaching time” on matters of discipline!
  • Maximize student learning.

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