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    • Classroom Management
    • Overview
      • Impact of lack of classroom management on teachers
      • Student misbehaviour
      • Teacher misbehaviour
      • Classroom management
      • Conclusion
    • ‘ If the students do not perceive a teacher to be credible, for example, they will likely listen and learn less from that teacher’ (McCroskey, Holdridge, & Toomb, 1974)
      • One out of four teachers admits to losing
      • up to 30% of the lesson
      Correcting misbehaviour! Why are we concerned about classroom management?
      • Burn-out:
      Up to 30% of teachers affected Reasons:
      • Relations (Teacher-student)
      • Lack of motivation/interest
      • Discipline problems
      • Lack of cooperation
    • REVENGE POWER ATTENTION INADEQUACY *Damages Property *Fights or Bullies *Argues *Does things own way Social dominance *Leadership styles in teachers *Ignorance of the rules *Displacement & Conflicting rules Endogenous/ Exogenous *Refuses to follow rules *Criticizes *Control other students *Tries to take over class Social dominance *Leadership styles in teachers *Ignorance of the rules *Displacement & Conflicting rules Endogenous/ Exogenous *Speaks out without permission *Gets up without permission *Class clown *Makes noises to entertain Inconsequential behavior & Social isolation *Leadership styles in Teachers *Ignorance of the rules Endogenous/ Exogenous *Emotional *Will not participate *Blames others for failure *Threatens to drop out Antipathy to school *Leadership styles in teachers *Displacement & Conflicting rules *Anxiety, fear Endogenous/ Exogenous Categories Characteristics Patterns Causes
    • Teacher Types Categories HOSTILE Non-ENTITY ASSERTIVE Aka Offensive Despotic Indolent Incompetent Non-Assertive ‘ Ideal’ Characteristics
      • Maintaining Order
      • Negative, stereotypical view of students
      • Students as adversaries
      • Humiliates, embarrasses or insults students
      • Condescending
      • Uses favouritism
      • Sarcastic
      • Arbitrary, unreasonable
      • Leads to student anger and resentment
      • Disregard for students
      • Provides confusing instructions
      • Inconsistent, forgetful
      • Passive, Ineffectual
      • Over-permissive, non-interventionist
      • Does not motivate or reward
      • Leads to student restlessness and distraction
      • Credibility
      • Respectful and fair
      • Provides positive instruction and feedback
      • Reacts quickly and with confidence
      • Provides clear classroom rules
      • Gives firm, clear directions
      • Consistent
      • Rewards good behaviour
    • ‘ A well-managed classroom is a task-oriented and predictable environment’ K. Wong and T.Wong, 2004: 88
    • Teacher area Student area Rules Agenda and warm up activities
      • Anticipation
      • Expectations
      • Rules
      • Procedures
      • Minor misbehaviour
    • Conclusions
      • Sheer amount of resources
      • Different uses of terminology
      • No model/theory works on its own
      • Depends on teacher, group, students
      • course and school
    • Conclusions
      • Serious discipline problems: exception
      • in most schools
      • Ability to control difficult moments
      • in classroom
      Matter
      • Time
      • Experience
      • Effort
      • Patience
    • Thank you for your attention