Using Classroom Management in Out-of-School Settings!
When: February 21st, 9:30 AM (MST)
Join the Idaho Out-of-School Network’ next webinar on “Using classroom management in out-of-school settings!”. Learn how to apply a few classroom management techniques to keep kids in your program focused, engaged, learning and having fun without looking like a classroom! Out-of-school programs should not be designed like classrooms. Yet unstructured and less formal settings doesn’t mean that focus, engagement, and learning can’t occur. In fact, out-of-school program providers should embrace this setting, because it presents youth with a different setting to learn skills not taught in the classroom. However, there are some tried and true classroom management techniques that frontline staff can use to help keep kids engaged and having fun.
We are honored to have Emily Smith as our next presenter. Emily has been working with the ION team for almost 2 years now and comes to our team with 8 years of classroom experience under her belt. Have the unique perspective of both, Emily has developed some classroom management techniques and tools that can still work well in out-of-school settings to keep kids under control while learning and having fun.
Designed for the busy team member who works directly with the youth, this short and sweet webinar will provide easy tools and techniques that could be put to use in your program by the afternoon! Sign up today, and watch when it works for you, or show to your staff.
Note: These techniques are best for grades K – 6.