Hello! I’d like to welcome you to my blog. My name is Stacy and I’m a senior student at the Columbia University of New York.

I’ve had the rare privilege of volunteering as a school monitor in my college for the past year or so, which was a great learning experience for me. You might be familiar with the term “classroom management” and everything that comes with it. However, I’ve decided to share what tricks and advice I have learned during the past year through a personal blog.

This blog will be dedicated to classroom management skills. Mainly, we will talk about how to control large groups of students and keep everyone focused. Working with college students is easier than working with younger generations, but they still need help getting around procrastination and lack of attention.

I consider myself a very team-oriented, laid-back person, so I always go easy on my college group – they do the same for me! However, when the professors are in attendance, I need to do my job diligently and respectfully, which is where classroom management skills come into play. I’ll discuss group management skills as well as college survival skills (as I like to call them).

These tips should give you an advantage during your college experiences; whether you have a monitor assigned to you or are simply struggling with writing essays. We will also talk about common college issues such as deciding what to do after college or how to overcome difficult exams – all of which I’ve felt on my own skin. While I am finishing college soon, I plan on doing my post-graduate in CU until I figure out what I want to do with my life.

I’ll do my best to keep you updated on all things related to group management and college in general. Make sure to come back every once in a while and see what you’ve missed in the meantime. I look forward to chatting with all of you and discussing everything college related. Have a good one – Stacy.