Udemy - Classroom Management: The Guide To Becoming A Great Teacher
Size: 788MB | Duration: 2h 31m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 60fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Appropriate for all | Language: English
Learn how to drastically improve your classroom management skills and be a better teacher. Classroom management is key.
With the knowledge that you will get from this course, you will be able to go into your next ESL English Classroom and teach with confidence. Learn how to keep your class in check in a variety of situations.
Classroom management is about being able to think on your feet. However, with this course you'll get the tried and tested methods that other professionals have used before you to manage their own classes.
The course covers the following topics:
* Turning a boring classroom into a fun one
* Dealing with different group sizes
* How to deal with problematic students
* Teaching Skills
* And much more
The knowledge that you are going to get from this course will be invaluable the next time that you step into a classroom. After following the information given in this course, you can say goodbye to teaching long and boring classrooms that feel that are never ending.
The course is presented in a number of videos which are usually a few minutes each, intended to keep you focused and able to take in the information as it is being presented. It is also given in easy to understand terminology and allows both rookie and veteran teachers to take their knowledge of classroom management to the next level.
To watch the course videos, you will need roughly a little more than two hours. However, students (or should I say, teachers) are encouraged to take an active role throughout the course, by taking down notes and most importantly being active in this course by trying what they learn.
If you believe that you are ready to take your English teaching to the next level, then this is the course for you. The content covered in this course will ensure that you are able to communicate better with your students and will allow you to successfully get your message across to your students.