I would be establishing, posting, and teaching rules and routines. Organize the environment to avoid behaviour problems. Being aware of what is happening at all times, monitoring classroom activities and the use of materials, and intervening when necessary. Ensure that an ample number of educational activities and materials are available to prevent unnecessary conflict among the children. Plan transitions between activities and keeping those times as minimal as possible. Plan transitions and routines (including toileting and hand washing) so that they are well-planned, are efficient, and limit the amount of time children spend waiting. Use visual cues, including gestures, written labels, pictures, or objects, to assist children in understanding routines and managing time as needed. Encourage and assist children in identifying problems and developing solutions, using incidental or spontaneous situations as teaching opportunities.Mood and setting include physical elements of the classroom and an atmosphere of mutual respect. It is the teacher's responsibility to set and keep this atmosphere. To create a sense of mutual respect, the teacher must show the children that she supports their learning endeavours, trusts them to do what they know is appropriate, and cares for their well-being.Children will learn from the teacher's example and will, in turn, show respect for the teacher and for classmates. Another aspect of respect is for the teacher to actively listen to children as they talk to her. One way a teacher can demonstrate this respect is to physically place herself at the level of the child with whom she is talking.