Humanizing Pedagogy Part 4: Classroom Management with Oscar Corrigan
On this fourth and final episode of our series on Humanizing Pedagogy, Oscar Corrigan joins us to talk about classroom management.
He shares how his own experiences as a teacher and working with other teachers caused him to realize the importance of classroom management and what works best to support students in being successful.
Oscar explores routines, procedures, and expectations to help students better learn and engage and recommends educators considering if any rule is there for students or for the teacher. He also touches on the theme that carries throughout this series: creating an environment where students feel safe and ready to learn hinges on the teacher knowing and having strong relationships with those students.
Oscar will be one of the breakout session speakers at this summer’s Beginning Teacher Institute. Learn more and register for this three-day event at azk12.org/BTI23.
Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.