Course Description

Getting on top of the basics of classroom management is a core requirement for effective teaching and learning. This course will show you how to organise the physical layout of your classroom and explore the impacts of different layouts on student interaction patterns. You'll learn expert tips on maximising student talking time and why that's so important, as well as how to grade your language while giving instructions to your class.

What are learners saying?

5 star rating

Excellent

Vera Savic

Engaging, informative and comprehensive.

Engaging, informative and comprehensive.

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5 star rating

Basic classroom management

Jeff Handscomb

It was a great course as it dealt with a number of key issues related to classroom management. The course was very user friendly and thought provoking. Thanks

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It was a great course as it dealt with a number of key issues related to classroom management. The course was very user friendly and thought provoking. Thanks

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5 star rating

Basic Classroom Management

Maria Fernanda Rodriquez

Helpful tips for classroom management

Helpful tips for classroom management

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5 star rating

Easy to follow. Great tips.

Doris Molero

3 star rating

its very easy to follow

Priscilla Harnage

step by step explanation. there is no rushing through this course.

step by step explanation. there is no rushing through this course.

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Prof. dr

Ivana Cirkovic-Miladinovic

This course is very useful both for me as a teacher and for my university students-future English language teachers. The ideas are practical and possible to ...

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This course is very useful both for me as a teacher and for my university students-future English language teachers. The ideas are practical and possible to adapt to every classroom situation. Thank you for making it possible as a free course.

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Course Author

Course Author & Consulting Editor

Jill Hadfield

Jill has been teaching English and training English teachers for many years. She has had a global career, with time spent in the UK, France, China, Tibet, Madagascar, and most recently New Zealand. She has also travelled extensively to dozens of countries, giving workshops, sharing research at conferences and promoting the books she has written. She has written dozens of books and numerous articles on English Language Teaching, published by Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Pearson, Routledge, Macmillan, MET, ETP and online websites. In 2018, Jill was a finalist for both the Ben Warren Award and the ELTons Awards for Innovation in Teacher Resources.