如何成为学生需要的老师

智能教室管理:如何成为学生所需的老师最近,一位老师要求我观察她的行动。

它没有’t go well.

Her classroom was chaotic. Her 学生们 played 和 goofed off. They yelled 和 roughhoused.

他们搏斗,绞刑,并使用会使水手脸红的语言。

他们驳回了她和她的指示,并在很大程度上做了他们想要的一切。

有些甚至未经允许就离开了房间。

I was taken aback—both 通过 the 行为 I saw 和 because I had assumed that if she wanted my opinion, then it couldn’可能会那么糟糕。

真是太糟糕了。然后还有一些。

但在这里’更重要的是:我们之前已经讨论过课堂管理。

几个月前,她把我拉到一边,问我如何制定教室管理计划。

Step 通过 step I walked her through the exact method 您’可以直接在网站上找到(这里这里)。

我还教她如何教她的计划并将其付诸实践。我提供了她做好工作所需的细节,策略和知识。

但是她不能’不要让自己真正去做。

Because, 您 see, she was paralyzed 通过 fear. She was afraid that if she held her 学生们 to a standard of 行为 that was required for success in school, then they would rebel.

他们会恨她,并讨厌她来她的教室。他们会使她的房间变得混乱起来,变成一片混乱。

But if 您’ve been a regular reader of SCM, then 您 know that the opposite is true. 一致的责任感 是建立信任,亲和力和影响力的基础。

It brings peace 和 respect to the classroom, freeing 您 to teach 和 inspire 您r 学生们 to learn 和 love school.

It also forms a protective hedge against losing 您r cool 和 gives 关系中的杠杆作用。

课堂管理是基于知识的。任何拥有正确工具的人都可以创造他们想要的教学经验。它没有’t matter where 您 teach, what grade level, or who shows up on 您r roster.

We provide these tools for 您 through our books, guides, 和 weekly 文章s. But there is one thing we can’t provide but is critical to 您r initial success.

It’这是所有人都拥有的特质。它可能处于休眠状态。它可能没有得到充分利用。但它’在那里等待被唤醒。

It’s fortitude.

根据定义,毅力是勇于面对困难,逆境,危险和诱惑的精神和情感力量。

应用于教室,它’s the spirit to overcome 您r fears 和 be the leader 您r 学生们 need.

我对那天观察到的老师的建议是‘you’ out of the equation. Turn down the volume on how 您 feel—your thoughts, worries, anxieties, 和 what ifs—and turn up the volume on how urgently 您r 学生们 need 您.

When 您 take a moment to consider just how much they’re depending on 您—even though they may not realize it until years, even decades, later—finding the fortitude to push through 您r fears becomes easy.

您r 学生们 don’t know what they don’t know.

他们不’t know how cruel the world can be to those unprepared for it. 他们不’他们不知道他们必须多么熟练,干练,勤奋和有纪律,才能过上体面的生活,更不用说追求梦想了。

他们不’不知道他们的竞争 ’ll face or the overwhelming challenges 和 obstacles awaiting them. 他们不’不知道他们会因无聊而浪费时间’重新扔掉他们最伟大的礼物之一’ll ever receive.

So when 您 freeze up, when 您 look the other way, when 您 bribe 和 appease 和 give up 和 give in, 您 set them up for failure 和 crushing disappointment.

您r 学生们 need a rescuer, a defender, a role model, a lion, 和 a champion. They need 会为他们站出来的英雄 和他们的未来。

They need 您 to be the leader they don’t know they need.

您 are not powerless, nor are 您 at 您r 学生们’怜悯。这些是我们告诉自己避免面对恐惧的谎言。

By shifting 您r attention to the future men 和 women who are counting on 您 to ready them for what lies ahead, it radically changes 您r perspective.

It aligns 您 with the truth. It saddles 您 with the gravity of 您r role 和 turns 您 into the calm but fierce 和 fearless warrior who will make a difference.

This is 您r chosen career, after all, 和 您 have but one chance to make an impact on each student that comes into 您r life.

一个机会。

唐’t waste it.

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关于40的想法“如何成为学生需要的老师”

  1. Love 您r response to this. As a new teacher in middle school, I, too, was terrified 和 desperately wanted my 学生们 to like me. My classroom became chaotic 和 a breeding ground for disrespect. Fights broke out in my room. I seriously believed that I couldn’t teach anything 和 that if anything, I could be an example of good character 和 kindness hoping my 学生们 would follow my lead. A few of them did, 和 I began to see how unfair the environment was for them. Some of these 学生们 rallied to defend me 和 took it upon themselves to manage the 行为 of others: never a good thing. Fortunately 您r 文章s saved them. My management plan went into place 和 relieved these 学生们 of the stress 和 awkwardness of trying to control the class. My good 学生们 became great 学生们 both in character 和 content, 和 my 行为-prone 学生们 became less problematic. In fact, I found I had more time to approach 和 work with those 学生们 with 行为 problems. I learned to enjoy them as an integral part of my class. Thanks for all 您r insight.

  2. 感谢您的精彩演讲。我肯定已经迈出了今年的第一场低迷,正如我认为的那样,我在挣扎时始终保持稳定’re worn out 和 don’t feel like it. I’m also realizing how much my 学生们 (new-to-the-advanced-requirements-of-middle-school 7th graders) have no idea how to even think 和 reason, much less take charge of their own learning. So next week, I’我必须备份– again –并重新教授如何阅读和遵循书面说明。它’令人沮丧,但我知道课程比他们未通过的测验中的信息重要得多。我喜欢教他们,但是需要训练30个补间并使其成熟度和功能不断增长,这在大多数日子里似乎超出了我的能力。但是靠上帝 ’的力量(和耐心)做得好的时候我不会疲倦。

    In short, I needed the encouragement right now to stay strong 和 grounded for my kids. So thank 您 for the timely reminder, as well as all 您r helpful advice.

    • 嗨,戴安娜,

      在大多数情况下’与我们在SCM建议的方法不同。一世’请确保在以后的文章中写下这些差异。

      麦可

  3. Yes, this is right on time 和 right on target. Everyone in class has the right to learn- fight for it 和 protect it. Thank 您!

  4. As asubatitute, it is hard to enter a class where no plan is in place. Do 您 have suggestions for that kind of situation?

  5. 米歇尔
    去年夏天,我访问了您的网站,从中学16年级开始执行您的课堂管理计划,并取得了有史以来的最佳成绩。 10年前,我教过7年级和8年级。在五年前升入六年级后,我肯定感受到了课堂文化的迅速变化。我知道有一个“grey”在我的教室里我期望得到的以及学生的表现。我完全不知道将4条教室规则放在墙上,并向他们承诺我的学生会接受这种结构化的环境。从今年开始,我们花了几天时间讨论和执行规则。就像你建议的那样,我是班上表现不佳的学生。他们喜欢扮演角色。进入学年后的三个月,他们感觉很舒适,我依靠警告来使我的少数学生恢复健康。我的助理校长刚刚观察了我的课,我得到了有史以来最好的评估之一。我同意我已经摆脱了这一点。我不担心或担心站在学生面前的原因。我也将我的课程称为“students”在教室中有一定的界限。在家中和与朋友一起出去玩时的孩子可以采取不同的行动。
    Thank 您 for helping me define what I always knew about my classroom 和 您 have erased the “grey”对我和我的学生而言。我喜欢在我的教室,甚至是中学学校的教室。
    What 您 have taken the time to share is a blessing to teachers who are committed to run a well-oiled machine!

  6. 我不’看不到我的问题。也许是因为’完全与本文无关。我只是想知道您将如何处理在父母无法解决的情况下将父母用作第三阶段的问题’不在乎他们的孩子在学校的表现如何。有没有办法解决这个问题?您会打电话给父母吗?年初你会和父母说话吗?一世’我遇到了父母,他们会很高兴破坏老师。

  7. Hey 麦可, Thank 您 so much for this post. I really appreciate 您r books 和 posts. Using them, has really helped me 和 my 学生们.

  8. 嘿,迈克尔!我们学校在大会上每月给出3组奖励。奖励是“尊重他人的人”, a “Most Improved”, 和 a “Student of the Month”奖。我们是一所小学,我只教六年级。我曾想过要为即将成为初中生的学生提供更合适的新奖项。你怎么认为? 麦克·皮克林,非常感谢您的宝贵时间

    • 嗨,迈克,

      I wish I had a quick 和 easy answer for 您, but I would need more time 和 space than we have 这里 to address 您r question. I’但是,我将在以后的文章中尝试将其包括在内。

      麦可

  9. 我在美国旅行了六周休息后回到学校– to hear one teacher angrily berating 学生们 to get them to follow simple instructions (and I thought -really?), to hear from leadership that a class was out of control in PE because they did soccer 和 I was not to do soccer or PE with them, to see 和 observe that certain difficult kids in two classes had become more difficult 和 I thought wow, these guys need to hone their management skills. Blaming the kids, blaming sport, yelling. And I know that when I implement 您r advice these problems go away. I hope the word spreads.

  10. 我是一所知名学校的一年级老师“behavior” problems. I’ve had things thrown at me, nasty letters left on my desk, 和 blatant disrespect. While those 行为s were limited to a handful of 学生们 in each class, they have now spread throughout my classes. Things are out of control. I have tried using many great classroom management tips to get things in order. My issue is getting them to listen in the first place! They’我变得如此糟糕,以至于他们不会和我倒数以保持安静。如果碰巧,当我们合二为一时,他们会唱歌。那几个真正破坏性的孩子’t skip a beat, 和 I’我回到花我的时间与他们打交道,同时又失去了剩余的课程。尽管一再要求悄悄过渡,他们还是在大厅里说话。我能做什么???此时是否有可能扭转局面?

  11. 嗨,迈克尔,

    I’ve been reading many of 您r 文章s. I’m a sixth grade teacher 和 like the approach to discipline that 您 are endorsing.

    Are 您 familiar with PBIS? Many school districts in my area are adopting the Positive Behavior Intervention 和 Supports approach.

    The approach seems to favor giving 学生们 choices, individual plans for disruptive 学生们, giving rewards to good 学生们, 和 catching 学生们 being good.

    Can the PBIS approach be joined with 您r approach or are they on separate ends of the continuum?

    真诚的

    杰森

    • 嗨杰森,

      他们很不一样—尽管我们有许多老师通过对我们的方法有所了解而成功地进入了这样的学校。

      麦可

  12. 你好,
    I’我非常感谢所有初学者可能需要的大力支持,因为’如此丰富,确实可以作为一种很好的治疗方法!

  13. 嗨,迈克尔,

    谢谢你的网站–您的帖子很有帮助。您的下一个博客文章主题可以是有关可以为小学教师(幼儿园)提供的最佳教室管理技巧的信息吗?– Grade 3) with a rowdy class? I find that 您r management plan can work well for middle school 和 high school 学生们, but teaching Primary can be a whole other story! I have looked at 您r posts about creating a classroom management plan but I can’似乎找不到与需要行为/冲动管理帮助的年轻孩子相关的任何东西。

    谢谢!!!

  14. This is an awesome 文章. Honestly, 您 should write a parenting book with the same principals. I 首页school my four children 和 I find 您r 文章s so helpful.

  15. I’m a 行为 tech at a elementary school, so am called in when 学生们 are being disruptive or not doing their work 和 at times am removing 学生们 from class. I have read 您r 文章s 和 unfortunately where I’m not the teacher, I’m not able to be in control of the classroom management piece in these 学生们 classrooms. I feel if they had that in their classes things would be different, but again out of my control. Wondering if 您 have any thoughts on how I could implement what 您 say with the small amounts of interaction I have with these 学生们? Look forward to hearing 您r thoughts!

    谢谢!!

    • 克里斯汀,您好

      这是我的话题’d必须考虑一下。工作中有很多变量,包括家庭教师的管理风格。涉及费用,但是如果您’如果对在特定情况下采用最佳方法感兴趣,您可能需要考虑进行私人教练。

      麦可

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