Preventing Pandemonium: Part 1

Created by Maria Smith

In Preventing Pandemonium Part 1, Maria Smith will share with you a classroom management tool critical to success. It’s called procedures. Procedures are daily classroom management routines that are the key to classroom management success. They are the essential element of classroom management.

This course will give you straightforward, practical “this is how you do it” information, as well as procedures catered specifically to the drama classroom, to help you maintain order from start to finish, even during that chaotic group practice time.

Imagine yourself in a classroom where you can spend most of your time teaching and keep students on track without the constant lecturing. If that sounds appealing, then start the first module.

Module 1: Introduction 10:17 FREE PREVIEW
This module introduces procedures; everyday routines that are the key to classroom management success.
Module 2: What is Classroom Management 10:06 FREE PREVIEW
During this module you’ll learn what a classroom management plan is, how it benefits you, and the difference between classroom management discipline and procedures.
Module 3: How to Set Up Your Classroom 25:58
This module shows how to create a seating chart, how to arrange seats and how to organize your classroom.
Module 4: Set Up Classroom Procedures 44:02
This module includes numerous easy to apply procedures for bathroom procedure ideas, tardy procedures, and procedures for missing materials or supplies.
Module 5: The First Day of School 17:25
This module guides you through how to begin the first day of school and reviews how to be in class, how to establish a classroom hallway barrier and how to use bellwork.
Module 6A: Running Activity Time 12:28
This module will give you advice to maintain order during group practice and activity time.
Module 6B: How to Regulate Volume and Work 11:29
This module covers tactics to regulate volume in the classroom through procedures and warnings.
Module 6C: How to Begin Activities 24:43
This module covers some of the best ways to begin activity work, including how to address questions and dividing students into groups.
Module 6D: Running Activity Time: Monitoring and Ending 15:27
This module wraps up the series on running activity time, and includes suggestions for controlling the activities.
Module 7A: Everyday Assessments 15:07
This module focuses on how to execute assessments on everyday classwork and written assessments.
Module 7B: Performance Assessments 20:16
This module covers how to give effective performance assessments.
Module 8: When Procedures Aren't Enough 15:52
This module covers what to do when procedures aren't enough: why to discipline, when to discipline, and how to discipline.

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