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CLASSROOM    MANAGEMENT   “The classroom is the    second home of both  teachers and students.”Classroom ManagementIt is t...
Following are some supportive measuresthat can create a well-managed classroom:A. ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN   - Organizational p...
TYPES of grouping: a. Individualized Approach   – All instructional approaches are    intended for each individual student...
B. SCHEDULING  Good time management is the key to a smooth   flow of planned activities.  Proper timing could sustain mo...
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  1. 1. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT “The classroom is the second home of both teachers and students.”Classroom ManagementIt is the integral part of theteaching process.
  2. 2. Following are some supportive measuresthat can create a well-managed classroom:A. ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN - Organizational plan affects the degree of formality and informality of the teacher’s varied approaches in facilitating the learning process. KINDS: 1. Structured Classroom – The learning activities in a structured classroom are well-planed ahead of time and the procedures follow accepted rules and regulation established by the school. 2. Flexible Classroom – There is allowance for free movement, time allotment and even in decisions regarding modes of undertaking the learning activities.
  3. 3. TYPES of grouping: a. Individualized Approach – All instructional approaches are intended for each individual student considering ability, interest and needs. b. Group Set-up Group may be organized for a number of purposes: – Ability grouping put together students of the same achievements level. – Ability to tackle concepts in a particular subject. – Ability to group according to interest, hobbies and recreational skills.Some schools could opt to use a combinationof both types of organization depending onconditions that warrant a switch from one tothe other and vice versa.
  4. 4. B. SCHEDULING  Good time management is the key to a smooth flow of planned activities.  Proper timing could sustain motivation and interest, resulting in students’ active involvement in all class undertakings.C. RECORD KEEPING  One of the teacher’s responsibilities is to keep school records. Among the school activities to be recorded are: 1.Daily attendance  An attendance register showing the presence or absence through a fast roll call must be kept.  An attendance is likewise consulted in cases of declining performance in classroom tasks. 2.Student’s Progress  Recording student’s progress is one of the most important responsibilities that teachers must perform with utmost proficiency.

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