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Managing classroom lateness

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jillian Smart Jan 27, 2013. 4 Replies

What is the best way to handle students who come in to class late. I am not refering to occasional ones who are genuinely contrite when they enter, more the ones that do so regularly almost ignoring…Continue

Managing classroom lateness

Started Jan 18, 2013 0 Replies

I am a trainee teacher working mostly with 16-19 year olds.I have recently observed a few lessons that were timetabled for 2hrs. In reality this is 1hr 50 mins to allow for 20mins breaks at the end…Continue

Is there a case for combined Pedagogic and Androgogic teacheing strategies with Post 16

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hannah Garnham Jan 16, 2013. 3 Replies

Teaching a group of students the internal crystaline changes of metals and fillers when welded at different amps and temperatures I would argue is best teacher-led learning as nothing can easily be…Continue


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Lesson length time

Posted on January 16, 2013 at 9:27am 1 Comment

I am a trainee teacher working with mostly 16-19 year old engineering students.

have recently observed during a few lessons that were timetabled for 2 hours. In reality this is 1hr 50 mins as they have 10 mins break at the end of a lesson and start of next making a 20 mins break overall in 4 hours of learning.

With a strict college policy on no refreshements in classrooms, I would contend these are long sessions for optimum learning outcome. Being a more mature student myself,…


Managing student lateness

Posted on January 16, 2013 at 12:45am 0 Comments

What is the best way to handle students who come in to class late? I am not referring to the ones that do so occasionally and are contrite when they come in the room, more the ones that seem to do so regularly and almost ignore you when they walk to their desks.

Making a big scene in the lesson seems not so productive and could lead to general disruption. But ignoring will let a poor behaviour go unpunished. (if punish is even the right word?). As a new teacher in training…


Theorist search

Posted on December 7, 2012 at 4:35am 2 Comments

During a series of teaching observations of one teacher I noted he often used humourous anecdotes especially as brain breaks. As part of my Cert Ed writings I am searching for any theorists who believes humour can be an effective part of learning. Any helpful suggestions out there would be most welcome.

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