Question: How create emotionally safe classroom for child who is disruptive in class ?
Adjust the volume With loud classes, avoid raising
your voice. It only increases the noise. Lowering your voice can be much
more effective. If the volume of your voice is always high, it loses
its effect and doesn't help to control the situation.
Don't deviate from teaching There is no need for an
excessive response to low-level disruption. Don't interrupt your
teaching to deal with it. It can be corrected by including the child's
name into your explanation, a look or a signal of some sort.
Have a routine Having a routine in your classroom
can help. Children can be uneasy when they do not know what is going to
happen in the day. Children need to feel secure in their classroom and
with their activities
It's your classroom Control your space. You are the
decisive element in your classroom. Stand at the door as they enter.
Talk, change moods. Say hello to the children regardless of whether you
have their eye contact or not.
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Mar 24th, 2015
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