Classroom Discipline

Positive Discipline Techniques for the Classroom

With Educator and Facilitator, Anne Burger

Classroom discipline is very important for effective teaching and learning, yet it constitutes one of the biggest teacher challenges nowadays.

Part of what is causing teachers a great deal of stress is how to effectively discipline children. This is made all the more difficult by the fact that a teacher’s hands are largely tied as they have so few avenues open when it comes to dealing with bad behaviour, or even rewarding good behaviour. In addition, a good number of children come from extremely fractured home environments. As a result of this, parents tend to overcompensate their children out of feelings of guilt. For such children, any form of discipline is totally foreign and they will inevitably rebel when parameters are put in place. Teachers often feel as though they are facing a storm, quite alone and with little understanding of their point of view.

This webinar is designed to give teachers practical tips on how to take back control of their classrooms.  Therein they will be able to teach more effectively and dramatically decrease the stress that they feel at the end of each day.

Some points that will be dealt with:

  • Setting rules in the classroom or online
  • Classroom management – who is in control
  • Stars and stripes – effective reward and punishment within the parameters of your school’s discipline system
  • Dealing with the parents

About Anne Burger

Anne’s teaching career spans 37 years. In 1998 she was promoted to deputy principal, where one of her key result areas was managing discipline for the entire school.  Anne held this position until she was promoted to principal of Brackenhurst Primary School in 2007, a position she held until her retirement in 2018 . As principal at Brackenhurst Primary, Anne was instrumental in introducing e-learning.  This project was so successful that the school was approached by Matthew Goniwe School of Leadership through MEC for Education in Gauteng, Penyaza Lesufi, to develop e-lessons for his schools of the future project. Anne has a wealth of knowledge and now shares what she has learned to assist and upskill others in the education sector.   

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24 March @ 14h30 - 16h00

Cost R375 per person

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