Hey there Ben!
I am very pleased reading this article, I think you gave me great points on having an effective classroom management now that I am soon to be a classroom teacher. I think that setting expectations, like you mentioned, is really important in a classroom because it sets the vibe for the classroom. If as teachers, we do not set expectations for our students, they will not be able to know what they ought to do and what we need from them. I like the idea of creating urgency, specially the idea about having class competitions that will allow the students to feel challenged and feel the need to pay more attention to what it is that they have to learn. Thanks for the advice, I will definitely take them into account.
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Students are likely to build stronger relations with teachers who are friendly and supportive and will show more interest in courses taught by these teachers. Teachers that spend more time interacting and working directly with students are perceived as supportive and effective teachers. Effective teachers have been shown to invite student participation and decision making, allow humor into their classroom, and demonstrate a willingness to play.
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