Classroom Management through the Arts

Wed, 2015-09-02 17:47 -- cdresser

This workshop discusses Classroom Management using arts-based strategies. The model better prepares classroom teachers for arts-based learning in their classrooms. The workshop connects arts strategies with classroom management objectives. Furthermore, it deepens teachers’ understanding of how the arts can be used to effectively manage their classrooms.

Topics to be discussed include: pacing of the classroom and each task presented to students; effective time-management; cueing during classroom transitions; combating off task behavior; recognizing/praising great student outcomes; and differentiating instruction.

The strategies that will be incorporated into the training module include, but are not limited to the following: tableau/body shapes, locomotive movement; call and response using musical instruments and/or songs; and arts integration informing the formation of classroom space.

Bring this workshop to your school!

Rebecca Pogue,


Class Category: 
At your school
Class level: 
For Educators


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