TEACHER’S ICEBERG: TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT


  • Alexandra Budilova
Keywords: teacher’s role, classroom management, 21st century skills, interactive approach

Abstract

The article explores the role of the teacher and the issue of classroom management in the framework of the 21st century skills concept. The main objective of the article is to analyze the existing roles teachers play in the classroom and to the reveal the specificity of their reframing under technological progress. The emphasis is put on the peculiarities of commonly known teachers’ roles and the ways the change with modern society’s demands to students’ skills compared to the previous century. The relevance of the article is associated with ongoing transformations in teaching and learning, particularly, with a high interest in alternative approaches to teaching (discussions, roundtables, etc.) and quick mastering by Ukrainian educators of innovative teaching methods.

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Published
2017-09-15
How to Cite
Budilova, A. (2017). TEACHER’S ICEBERG: TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT. English and American Studies, (14), 70-75. Retrieved from https://anglistika.dp.ua/index.php/AA/article/view/194
Section
ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING