My Links from Spokane

I’m currently in Spokane, WA for a conference and here are some of the links that I found useful for education (specifically in the field of history).

This blog I found highlights all of the important issues that I think excellent classroom management needs. This blogger talks specifically about what she has learned over the past years. It is a re-posting of a previous blog, but since it was so popular, she decided it deserved to be put on again. She also lists some creative activities for the classroom.

https://www.teachersatrisk.com/2010/07/18/most-popular-blog-about-classroom-management/

This video is done by a highschool teacher. It seems like most topics on classroom management tend to focus on elementary ed. One particular part about this video that I appreciated was how the teacher coupled good classroom management with exciting lesson plans. Both need to go together to make an excellent class.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvZyE02EZ8U

This last link is for a website. I think the part that grabbed my attention was in the first paragraph it mentions how half of a teacher’s time is occupied by discipline. To me, this ¬†emphasizes ¬†how important it is to have good classroom management. There were also some links for other sites listed.

https://www.iidc.indiana.edu/?pageId=3345