A collection of annotated Web sites for those interested in Classroom Management.
Last Updated: May 23, 2014
- Adprima: Education Information for New and Future Teachers
This section of the ADPRIMA Web site provides classroom management ideas, contains information on lesson planning and how to write behavioral objectives, and offers descriptions of the advantages and disadvantages of different instructional methods. The descriptions are written especially for new teachers, beginning teachers, and teacher education students in an understandable style.
- CanTeach: Discipline and Organization
CanTeach was created to assist teachers in finding and using resources online. The site has resources that all educators will find useful. There is an emphasis on lesson plans, resources, and links which have a Canadian focus. The site offers many ideas for preventing disciplinary problems and for better organizing a classroom.
- Discipline By Design: The Honor Level System
The Honor Level System refers users to a software discipline program that tracks students through progressive stages of disciplinary actions and notifies them of detention assignments. The Web site gives an introduction of the Honor Level System and has other online documents that can assist teachers, administrators, and parents in understanding discipline and in gathering more discipline strategies. Users can also find articles about better classroom discipline techniques.
- Managing Your Classroom
Your classroom climate has a powerful effect on how well your students learn. Striking a balance between freedom and discipline is a skill that can make all the difference between a well-run classroom and classroom chaos. Here are some techniques educators are using to achieve such a balance. There is information available on seating charts, attendance, classroom layouts, prevention, inclusion, behavior control, and staying ahead.