I’ve been getting quite a lot of emails and messages from early childhood educators about classroom management lately and was wondering that perhaps we could meet up for a chat so that I can address as many of you as possible…..I’m sure that you guy will benefit from tapping into my brain and it would save me a tonne of time answering classroom management related questions via email:)
So I’ve set up a FREE webinar to share with you:
1) The psychology of internal regulation and why reward and punishments don’t work,
2) 3 Things you need to know to effectively set ground rules in the classroom so that children will (gladly) follow,
3) Rookie mistakes that teachers often make when setting up ground rules (and how to avoid it like the plague).
This webinar is for teachers who are working with children between the age of 2.5 years to 6 years. So if you have students who like to speak when you are talking or who misbehave in class or who are rowdy in the classroom……………. and you’ve found yourself spending a lot of time address these issues (telling them to be quiet every other minute of the day, giving them time outs, talking to them repeatedly, raising your voice) than you do exploring activities or doing fun stuff with your students, then this is for you!
I will have a Q&A session during the webinar and you can ask me as many questions that you like with regards to classroom management and I’ll try to address as many of them as possible. by the end of this webinar, you will walk away with a an actionable plan to put in place immediately this webinar will be power packed so it might be a good idea to not miss it.
I have put together two time slots so please CLICK HERE to register for it and you will receive an email with a link to sign into the webinar at the designated time.
I hope to see you at the webinar and to get to as many questions that you may have.
If you have any questions that you would like me to address during the webinar with regards to this topic, feel free to leave your questions in the comments section below:)