Watch one of the 4 Keys in action
Master teacher Kelly Bergman's
4 Keys to Successful Classroom Management
is a DVD-based professional development program that delivers all the training teachers need to build skills in four key areas:
- Organization and time management
- Routines and behavior management
- Instructional planning
- Positive parent communication
A view-and-do format for hands-on, collaborative practice
Much more than sit-and-watch PD, 4 Keys is about viewing and doing. There are four to five staff development video session plans per key area, each organized around a central teaching challenge and supported by pre- and post-viewing activities.
Start-to-finish support for easy implementation
4 Keys helps teachers become better-organized and more skillful classroom managers, with the freedom and authority to focus on what matters most: instruction.
4 Keys to Successful Classroom Management: Resources
A Professional Development DVD with four to five focused video segments per key area that introduce tools and techniques teachers can use to address a specific teaching challenge.
A 48-page Viewing Guide that anticipates a facilitator’s each and every planning and training need. For each session, there are clearly stated objectives, a list of materials needed, a focusing exercise with guiding questions to get started, view-and-do and wrap-up activities, and additional resources for further exploration.
A CD with 50+ ready-to-use record-keeping and management forms that you can distribute among workshop participants for hands-on practice.
4 Keys to Successful Classroom Management, Kelly Bergman's professional book, provides immediate access to all the management tips, checklists, and reproducible forms teachers need across a school year.
About Kelly Bergman
A master of classroom organization and management, Kelly Bergman is a former elementary school teacher and principal from Denver, Colorado. She serves as a consultant with local school districts, and presents workshops for teachers on preparing for a successful school year and on teaching writing.