Behaviour Management Cycle

About This Course

Thank you for embarking on this journey. This course helps you explore areas that will help you manage your classroom effectively. It prepares you with tools and strategies to ensure a healthy learning environment in your classroom. With a variety of examples and resources, the course helps you understand concepts like setting rules, creating consequences and using trackers to manage your classroom.

Requirements

There are no requirements that you need in particular to take this course. If you are doing Firki through a master trainer, we suggest you do the courses in the order shared with you by your trainer.

Course Staff

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Shradha Narayanan

Shradha is passionate about teaching and learning. After her experience as a Teach for India fellow in Mumbai, her interest in exploring technology in education and teacher training brought her to Firki as the Operations and Impact Associate. Prior to the Fellowship, Shradha did her Bachelors in Media Studies from Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune.

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Lisha Almeida

Lisha’s love for teacher training and curriculum led her to explore curriculum design for Firki, after her two-year experience as a Teach for India fellow in Mumbai. Lisha is passionate about animal welfare and did her BSc in Life Sciences from St Xavier’s College, Mumbai.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to have a B.Ed to take this course?

No you don’t. This is an introductory course on Firki and your experience as a teacher is a great starting point for this course.

I want to see how I have done in the course. Where is this information available?

You can use the ‘progress’ tab to check your overall performance on the course.

Once I have entered an answer, can I change it?

Yes, if you have entered an incorrect answer you can go back to the question and check to find the right answer.

What if I fail a course?

There is no such thing as passing or failing in our courses. The assessments are only to guide your learning and development as a teacher. If you get below 90% in the assessment or feel like you need to work on a course some more, you are more than welcome to take it again. Even if you got all the answers right in the first attempt, we suggest you keep revisiting the courses to keep your practice sharp!

Will my performance be shared with my school Principal or other teachers?

Your performance is for only you to see. If you go through a master trainer, he / she will also have access to your progress to help you do better.

Focus Area

Classroom

  1. Course Number

    TE103
  2. Classes Start

    Jul 08, 2015
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