Being a teacher with authority

Academics want their students to be engaged to create a thriving learning environment that not only addresses intended learning outcomes, but exceeds them. Achieving this state can be difficult, especially when disruptive students seem to have more control than you. Here are some suggestions for being a teacher with authority. Establish ground rules – Take…

Classroom management

To be an inspirational teacher you first have to have control. If a class feels as though it is challenging your authority, you need to put in place strategies that put things back on course. Knowing how to manage disruption in your classroom or lecture theatre is particularly challenging because turning for help can feel…

“The Belonging Campaign” – an active workshop

About our workshops The workshop designs in Teaching Essentials are indicative. They provide a sense of what we can offer. LEAD is flexible about how, where and when the sessions are offered and will work with you to design to your context by including particular requirements as necessary. This is a flipped workshop and the first…