Classroom Management 


 

 

 

 

D'Bono's Thinking Hat: PYP 6 teachers in the staff meeting used the thinking hats to share their opinion and ideas based on the hat color

 

Engage Students as active participants in Sharing and Discussions by using D’Bono’sThinking Hat strategy

There are some ways to provoke and encourage students to share their thoughts and ideas in the discussion; group and class discussions. One of the ways is by applying the D’bono Thinking Hat. I found the strategy worked in my class.

Open this file to get to know more on how the strategy can be applied in your classroom D’ Bono’s Six Thinking Hat

 

 

English Spotter to encourage students to always speak English all the time

open the link to find out how this strategy is applied in my classroom English Spotter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classroom Routines, Rewards, and Consequences

Class Rules, Routines, Reward, Consequences

reward card

Students reflection

Weekly Reflection Sheet

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