Classroom Management Techniques to Keep the Germs Away

Using Classroom Management to Keep Your Classroom Clean
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Classroom Management Techniques to Keep the Germs Away
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Who wants a healthy classroom?  Everyone in the classroom.  If you want to lessen your odds of becoming sick, then it’s crucial to use classroom management methods.  Using these strategies are the only way to ensure a clean and healthy classroom.  While it may be difficult to escape being subjected to germs, there are definitely things you can do to diminish the possibility of you or your students getting ill.

Do you want to teach responsibility and have a healthy classroom at the same time?

First off, you need to assign students in the class different roles to help keep the classroom clean.  It helps reduce classroom clutter, cuts down on germs, and teaches the students shared responsibility.  Also remember to wipe down the entire classroom yourself with a germ killing cleaning solution.  Focus on doorknobs, countertops and other high traffic areas.

Whenever you have a sick child in the classroom, send them to the nurse. That is why the nurse is there.  In your classroom, try and lessen the amount of objects that attract and retain germs. Try to only have items that can be easily and thoroughly cleaned.

Finally and most importantly, teach students about their health and hygiene. If you can pass along this lesson to your students, you will vastly improve your chances of keeping your students healthy.

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Clean, Healthy Classroom Management Techniques

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