Effective Classroom Management & Teaching Methodologies

Professional Training Course on
Effective Classroom Management & Teaching Methodologies
August 10-11 (Sat-Sun), 2013
Course is delivered in Khmer
(All profits will go toward supporting more than 400 kids and youths from various slums and poor remote areas in Cambodia!)

The inability of ESL teachers to effectively manage classroom behavior often contributes to the low achievement of at-risk students and their excessive referrals for education. These effects are exacerbated by the current pattern of teacher distribution, which reveals a disproportionate assignment of less qualified and less experienced teachers to classroom with economically disadvantaged children. The purpose of this Effective Classroom Management & Teaching Methodology training is to help new, struggling and less experienced teachers to become more capable with higher confidence when being in classroom. The training also aims at getting preparing fresh teachers for teaching, managing and controlling children effectively.

At the end of this informative and practical training course, the participants will be able to:
  • Assist teachers in improving their teaching practice, primarily in the area of classroom management.
  • Provide a range of practical, attainable and concrete classroom management strategies.
  • Provide a wide range of practical techniques to school principals, school disciplinary committee and management team for improving classroom hierarchy management and teachers management
  • Equip teachers of all levels with adaptable skills and foundation of knowledge in managing, leading, dealing with students’ behaviors toward producing a high quality of learning outcomes.
  • Equip teachers with a practical teaching methodology useful for their careers.

Course Expected Outcome in Detail

By the end of this two-day training course, participants will be able to:
  • Describe basic assumptions about classroom management and improving teaching practice.
  • Identify the organization of the classroom, classroom routines, and procedures.
  • Explain disruptive student behaviors and effective teacher behaviors.
  • Describe the techniques for better classroom control and classroom rules for conduct.
  • Define classroom management theories and real practices in Cambodia.
  • Understand clearly the root causes of students’ misbehaviors and how this affects the learning environment.
  • Adopt effective strategies in dealing with students’ misbehaviors
  • Adopt 15 methods of instruction

Course Contents

Part I: Classroom Management Overview
Part II: Teaching for Better Classroom Control
  • Classroom Definitions;
  • Management Definitions;
  • Classroom Management Definitions;
  • Importance of Classroom Management;
  • 10 tips for Classroom Management;
  • Five Competencies for Teachers;
  • Organization of the Classroom;
  • Establishing Classroom Routines
  • Dealing with Disruptive Students;
  • Effective Teacher Behavior;
Part III: Strategies to Resolve Misbehaviors
Part III: Establishing Procedures
  • Friendly Evil Eye;
  • Invade Space;
  • Touch Shoulder;
  • Whisper Techniques;
  • Smile and Request;
  • Allow Thinking Time;
  • Encouragement vs Praise
  • Appropriate Mind set;
  • Assertive Discipline;
  • Group Work;
  • Cooperative Learning;
  • Collaborative Learning;
  • Hindrances and Battling Hindrances;
Part IV: Teaching Methodology
Part V: Teaching Skills and Others
  • Communicative Approaches;
  • 15 methods of Instruction;
  • Six Types of Questioning;
  • Types of Drills
  • Guidelines for Effective Drilling;
  • Teaching Reading;
  • Teaching Pronunciation;
  • Teaching Speaking;
  • Teaching Listening;
  • Teaching Writing;
  • Teaching Grammar

Training Methodology 
Presentation: Trainer will present the subjects of concern while participants are actively listening, and taking notes. Participants will have the opportunity to express their comments by asking questions and providing their personal answers.

Group Discussion: Participants assigned to work in small groups for brainstorming, discussing, outlining, selecting, and analyzing ideas which allow participants to contribute their ideas/comments to the whole group; Participants can respond and react to all contributions and individuals or groups can to summarize and/or raise their points to the class as a whole.  

Role Play: Participants will have more opportunity to improve skills, attitudes, and perceptions in realistic situations, be creative and flexible with the actual conditions. This will also assist participants in expressing their personal experience by role-playing.   

Activities: In order to make the training period more active and have a friendly-environment, participants will be introduced to a variety of activities, allowing them to be entertained, stimulating their interest and alertness as well as improving recall of information and skills.

Case Studies: To assist participants by illustrating what they have learned with actual practices, many case studies will be introduced. Participants will have to work as a team to demonstrate their understanding.

Question and Answer: This encourages participants to discover their confusion and/or unclear parts of the subjects and to ask questions to clarify while all participants can actively listen and absorb at the same time.

Trainer’s Credentials
Mr. Tep Mongkul possesses over 15 years of experiences in teaching ESL and training to improve standards for achieving institutional goals. He is experienced with strategic development, school and education center management, program development management and human resource development.

Currently, Mr. Mongkul works as the Dean of the English Department at Western University Kpcham and a Board Member of Academics, as well as being a full-time senior lecturer at Western University Phnom Penh. His main responsibilities are to plan instructors’ schedules, review books, develop curriculum, and assess both the trainers and the trainees. He ensures the effectiveness and, efficiency of education, curriculum development and staff capacity building. He conducts regular trainings and workshops for lecturers and prepares remedial classes for low achieving students at the university. Furthermore, he is a weekend trainer and lecturer for some private institutions and NGOs. Between 2002 and 2005, he was a lecturer at Norton University, and from 2008 to 2010, he was a lecturer of MBA classes at Build Bright University.

Mr. Mongkul’s past positions include Head of the Department of Human Resources and Quality Control at the BNN Center-- an affiliate of Norton University, and Program Technical Adviser to the KSL in Phnom Penh. Moreover, he used to work for the United Nations as a Conference Assistant and Protocol Assistant during the 58th Session at the UN Conference Center in Bangkok, Thailand. He also received a written acknowledgments and award from the United Nations General Secretary in 2002 as an Outstanding Conference Assistant.
He was also invited to attend the international workshop of Young Professionals in Tagaytay, the Philippines in 2005, and he was selected to be an exchange academic to the University of the Philippines in Manila in 2006. He is currently pursuing his Doctor of Public Administration which he had postponed since 2007 due to time constraints.

Who should attend the course?
  • School/center principals
  • Teachers/educators
  • School secretaries
  • Academic/teaching observers
  • Coaches
  • Parents who wish to understand children’s behaviors
  • School/center counselors
  • Thoes who wishe to become ESL teachers     

What will the training course include?
  • Lunch and 4 times of refreshment
  • Group photo of participants
  • Training materials
  • Certificate awarded by ACE

Training Fee: USD 59 per person (7% discount for the first ten early birds registrations to the training before July 18th, 2013, 5% discount for groups of 2 or more, 5% discount for ACE alumni)

Location:    #144EF, Street 143, Boueng Keng Kang III, Chamkar Morn, Phnom Penh
Tel:             092 142 606 / 023 63 22 093/ 098 245 585
E-mail:        attitudeeducation@gmail.com
Deadline: August 07, 2013
Only 30 seats are available per training



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