Teaching in a Title I School

Classroom Management

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Introduction

Introduction 0:39

Activities for Building Trust and Engagement

Opportunities for Outside of Class 2:40

Learning About Your Students through Art Lessons 3:35

Teaching Positive Social and Emotional Skills

Creating a Classroom Community 4:02

Social and Emotional Learning Strategies 9:06

Best Practices for Classroom Management

Integrating Routines and Procedures 2:17

Supply and Clean Up Routines 2:55

Exiting Class Procedures 1:17

The Importance of Adapting 0:51

Encouraging Student Motivation

Techniques and Mediums to Engage 3:19

Utilizing Choice Based Art Education 3:28

Supporting Struggling Students

The Key of Compassion 1:33

Inducing Positive Emotions through Art Making 3:41

Recognizing Character Strengths through Art Making 1:23

Conclusion

Conclusion 0:45

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Teaching in a Title I School

3 PD Hours

  • 1 Discover the importance of getting to know your students as individuals.

  • 2 Learn best practices for teaching positive social and emotional skills.

  • 3 Brush up on classroom management through tips and tricks that work for any environment.

Teaching in a Title I setting can be an unique experience.  In this Learning Pack, you will discover a number of strategies to help you build strong teacher-student relationships, learn about the importance of getting to know your students, and how to best foster positive social and emotional skills. Wrap up with strategies to best encourage student motivation through art-making and wholeheartedly support struggling students.


Connected Professional Art Educator Competencies
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
Daily Management
5.1 Celebrates student successes
5.2 Sets and communicates art room expectations, routines and procedures 
5.3 Keeps accurate student records
5.4 Communicates with parents and families

Classroom Culture
5.12 Cultivates growth mindset/culture of learning 
5.13 Works to build rapport and positive relationships with students

Wynita Harmon

Wynita Harmon

Graduate Instructor and Elementary Art Teacher

Wynita Harmon is an elementary art teacher in Plano, TX.  She enjoys providing authentic learning experiences for her students that promote innovation and critical thinking skills. Wynita holds a master’s degree in human relations with an emphasis in organizational leadership from the University of Oklahoma.

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