Beginning teachers need practical skills so that they can be successful in their first years of teaching. This program focuses on three major areas: an introduction to the belief in the growth mindset that says “smart is something you can get through effective effort”; classroom management and climate emphasizing the elements that need to be in place for a classroom to run smoothly and productively; and the development of clear learning objectives as the anchor for creating daily lesson plans. Participants will learn research-based theories and strategies, experiment with them in their own classrooms, and share their observations with colleagues.
- Beginning Teachers
Practice exercises, readings, video clips, case studies, collegial problem-solving, and fieldwork will help participants to:
- Explain the impact of a growth mindset belief on student motivation, learning, and achievement
- Explain how a teacher's personal relationships with students impact student behavior, motivation, and achievement
- Establish efficient and effective routines to maximize student learning time
- Set and communicate high standards of behavior clearly and credibly to students
- Analyze the causes of off-task and disruptive behavior and increase each person's repertoire of responses
- Use the Body Language of Meaning Business effectively
- Use appropriate moves to get students to pay attention and stay on task
- Frame mastery objectives that guide planning and focus learners on what is important
18 Hour Program
For questions, please contact us at Registrar@RBTeach.com or (978) 893-0109.