5 Stellar Classroom Management Strategies for Distant Learning

5 Stellar Classroom Management Strategies for Distant Learning
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Classroom management is an art form and doing it online has required all of us to revamp our craft. Here are five classroom management strategies that will keep your classes running smoothly.

1) Routines

Setting routines, systems and procedures is crucial in any environment. It takes time for routines to become habitual. Make it fun with a Zoom game! It’s interactive and editable for your classes’ needs
zoom-etiquette-game

2) Brag Tags

Catch students doing something good and reward them with these STEM Brag Tags for virtual learning! They can be sent to students via messaging for the class to see or privately. You can create a digital folder for stickers or even make a digital bulletin board to showcase positive behavior
digital-brag-tags

3) Virtual Classroom Jobs

Just like a normal classroom, classroom jobs are a great way to give students ownership of the learning space!

Stellar classroom management strategies for distant learning are crucial. Classroom management is an art form and doing it online has required all of us to revamp our craft. Just like a normal classroom, classroom jobs are a great way to give students ownership of the learning space!

This is a free resource for my subscribers. 

In this resource you will find:

  1. Sound Engineer
  2. Comment Moderator
  3. Meeting Greeter 
  4. Brain Break Leader 
  5. Attendance Assistant 
  6. Executive Assistant 
  7. Comedian
  8. Absent Tracker
  9. Affirmation Reader
  10. Politeness Police
  11. Time Keeper
  12. Compliment Giver
  13. Weather Announcer
  14. Librarian
  15. Job Descriptions (editable)
  16. Blank pages with clipart

editable-classroom-jobs-virtual-learning

4) Informal Time

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we need to socialize! Set aside time for students to play games, do icebreakers and teambuilding. I have 25 ready for you here!

virtual-teambuilding-icebreaker-activities

5) Brain Break & Do It Often! Every 20 minutes!

 

Happy Teaching!

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