Christie Raymond Case Study - Coggle Diagram
Christie Raymond Case Study
planning is needed, but shouldnt interfer with class time
She began doubting her plans for the class because the students were not always cooperative.
her planning became consistent overtime
She questioned whether she was a good teacher because she mainly relied on keeping them singing
upper-grades followed the same lesson plan
Encouraged a child to play a beat in tune with the children singing.
Letting kids do activities that they enjoy is a good way to keep them engaged.
Using text etc. for kids allows them to visually see the material.
Her simple instructions were not being respected by the students. Another teacher had come into her classroom to instruct students about what they weren't and were supposed to do.
she has them play a game to track what they learned
Some older kids were asking to sing some of their favorite songs.
She awarded them points to reward them for good behavior
There should be a mix of being kind and stern.
Allowing students to have a lot of freedom isn't always the best decision.
She didn't believe in assign seats because she wanted the students to be able to have that freedom in the classroom
She was patient with her students despite the talking or them being off task
having set systems in place
Time out chair
Classroom rules, procedures, and rewards were all present
She needed a way of keeping her kids in line while also keeping them engaged and with dignity
Sometimes being strict at times is OKAY. Like Ms. Peabody.