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Time to Teach©
Classroom Management

8:30 am – 12:00 pm

Maintain a keen and calm mindset for classroom management

  • Nullify challenges swiftly, positively, and gracefully by learning to “read your room”.

  • Detect and correct classroom problems without interrupting instruction.

  • Learn to avoid accidentally agitating students by violating their personal space.

  • Appear confident yet comforting to your students.


Effectively arrange and design the classroom environment

  • Learn the “teaching power position” and understand where you should and should not be.

  • Position yourself in the classroom to eliminate student challenges.

  • Keep your students focused on classroom priorities.

  • Learn fifteen POWERFUL desk arrangements, from traditional to unorthodox.

  • Learn how to teach and enforce rules and procedures.

  • Transform “unsocialized” students into top classroom performers.

  • Teach students to behave appropriately in class and in social settings.


Zoom through your lesson plans & master standards like never before

  • Teach students to peacefully coexist in your classroom.

  • Teach students to make the best use of their time and listen attentively


Lunch 12:00 – 1:00 pm


1:00 – 3:30 pm

Firmly but fairly carry out disciplinary actions

  • Eliminate multiple warnings and repeated requests. Ask once and get what you want.

  • Prevent minor and major challenges from wasting important teaching time.

  • Teach every student with confidence and success.

  • Meet challenges head-on with respect, power, and poise.


Build and maintain strong student and teacher relationships

  • Connect with non-compliant students and prevent meltdowns.

  • Reach at-risk children and turn them into productive classroom members.

  • Energize apathetic students and have them work harder.

  • Reach every student, every day.

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