[nobe-l] Hello and question

Daryl Swinson dswinson at conwaycorp.net
Mon Oct 27 15:05:27 UTC 2008

Greetings, everyone!

It seems that this is a recurring theme on this list.  I think it would be a
good idea if those list members who were experienced in the classroom or
lecture hall could prepare a document of tips and tricks they use to
maintain order in the classroom.  I think this would be a great instrument
that could easily be sent to new list members or others with questions, sort
of an FAQ.  It would also be a way to capture the wisdom of our experiences
in one place for posterity.

Anyone agree? *smile* 

	Daryl Swinson.

-----Original Message-----
From: nobe-l-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:nobe-l-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf
Of Faith Manion
Sent: Sunday, October 26, 2008 9:51 PM
To: nobe-l at nfbnet.org
Subject: [nobe-l] Hello and question

Hello everyone,
My name is Faith Manion and I am a sophomore at Campbellsville University in
Kentucky. I am completely blind in both eyes and only have light perception
in the right eye. I am working on my under graduate degree right now and
seeking teaching certification in high school English. Recently my education
teachers and I were discussing items I might find difficulty dealing with in
the classroom. One of the items both of us are unsure about revolves around
classroom management and I was hoping some of you educators could provide
some insight.

How do you manage your classroom? How do you know when students are
misbehaving and what actions do you take to ensure this stops? What do you
do when testing to ensure cheating does not occur? What do you do to ensure
everyone is taking notes and not sleeping when you lecture?

These are just a few of the major questions that come to mind. I would
greatly appreciate any information. My education teachers and I both want to
ensure I receive the proper preparation needed to be successful in the
classroom and just trying to determine what is best. Thanks for your

Faith Manion

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