Classroom management

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Effective and Ineffective teachers. Importance of having a well managed classroom.

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Classroom management

  1. 1. A WELL – MANAGED CLASSROOM All teachers should be as efficient and effective as they can, regardless of their teaching style or level of experience. A key stone in a successful classroom is classroom management. Every student and teacher will be more successful in a well-managed classroom.
  2. 2. WHAT IS CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT? All of the things that a teacher does to: Organize students Space Time Materials So that instruction in content and student learning can take place.
  3. 3. WHAT MUST TEACHERS DO TO CREATE A WELL- MANAGED CLASSROOM? Establish Expectations Establish Professionalism Establish Credibility Establish Values
  4. 4. Take charge of your clases. Focus on the disruptive Students. Keep interacting with Students.
  5. 5. INEFFECTIVE TEACHERS DISCIPLINE THEIR CLASSROOM Ineffective teachers almost never think about managing a classroom. They only think about presenting lessons, videos, and activities, but never about management.
  6. 6. EFFECTIVE VS. INEFFECTIVE Effective teachers MANAGE their classrooms. Ineffective teachers DISCIPLINE their classrooms.
  7. 7.  . Students are deeply involved with their work, especially with academic, teacher-led instruction.  Students know what is expected from them and are generally successful.  There is relatively little wasted time, confusion, or disruption.  The climate of the classroom is work-oriented but relaxed and pleasant.
  8. 8. Characteristics High level of student involvement with work. Clear student expectations. Relatively little wasted time, confusion, or disruption. Work – oriented but relaxed and pleasant climate. Effective teacher Students are working Students know that assignments are based on objectives. Students know that tests are based on objectives. Teacher has a discipline plan. Teacher starts class immediately Teacher has assignments posted Teacher has invested time in practicing procedures until they become routines. Teacher knows how to bring class attention. Teacher knows how to praise and encourage the student. Ineffective teacher Teacher is working Teacher says, “read chapter 3 and know the material” “I’ll give toy a test covering everything in chapter 3” Teacher makes up rules and punishes according to his or her mood Teacher takes roll while students waste time Students ask for assignments repeatedly Teacher tells but does not rehearse procedures Teacher uses generalized praise or none at all
  9. 9.  Teachers who spend enough time on developing preventive and supportive discipline techniques have students who generally behave better.  Teachers can provide an interesting and engaging lesson to increase motivation and reduce misbehavior.  Effective classroom management systems require much time in planning.  Be proactive, not reactive in classroom management.

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