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    • Managing the 21 st Century Classroom Carlo Magno, PhD De La Salle University, Manila College of Education
    • Teaching involves..
      • Instruction
      • Assessment
      • Classroom management
      • Professional responsibility
      • “The instruction, teaching, and curriculum would fall in the right place if classroom management is appropriate.”
    • What does classroom management consist?
      • Address the challenges of the students
      • Teachers and students successfully working together
      • Teacher knows and is confident in monitoring students
    • Paradigm shifts in classroom management Great deal of student freedom Little to no student freedom Learner-centered:  teacher is facilitator/coach Teacher-centered:  teacher is center of attention and provider of information Learners work collaboratively with classmates and others around the world – the Global Classroom Learners work in isolation – classroom within 4 walls Active Learning Passive learning Research-driven Textbook-driven Focus:  what students Know, Can Do and Are Like after all the details are forgotten. Focus:  memorization of discrete facts
    • Paradigm shifts in classroom management Curriculum and instruction address student diversity Diversity in students is ignored. Performances, projects and multiple forms of media are used for learning and assessment Print is the primary vehicle of learning and assessment. High expectations – “If it isn’t good it isn’t done.”  We expect, and ensure, that all students succeed in learning at high levels.  Some may go higher – we get out of their way to let them do that. Low expectations Self, Peer and Other assessments.  Public audience, authentic assessments. Teacher is judge.  No one else sees student work. No “discipline problems” – students and teaches have mutually respectful relationship as co-learners; students are highly motivated. “ Discipline problems – educators do not trust students and vice versa.  No student motivation.
    • Classroom should be able to develop 21 st century skills
      • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
      • Collaboration across Networks and Leading by Influence
      • Agility and Adaptability
      • Initiative and Entrepreneurialism
      • Effective Oral and Written Communication
      • Accessing and Analyzing Information
      • Curiosity and Imagination
    • Case A
      • Teacher X gave an exercise for students to work using MS Word in the computer lab. After 20 minutes (the class runs for 40 minutes), Student A was seen not to be doing the exercise. Student A is commenting that the activity given by the teacher is boring.
      • What will you do?
    • Case B
      • While you are lecturing about the parts of the Excel window, you saw that some students are passing around a paper and each one is giggling. You took the paper and you saw that it is a drawing of you (which looks grotesque!).
      • What will you do?
    • Case C
      • You are handling 50 students in the computer lab. Every time you give the procedure what to click using paintbrush, the students would not listen and gets in advance to what you are teaching, they are already doing other things and not following your instructions.
      • What will you do?
    • Some tips
      • Set the place for learning.
      • Have physical presence inside the classroom.
      • Spend the early parts of the year teaching your students about routines, rules, and procedures.
      • Plan ahead to avoid disruptions
      • Treating misbehavior:
        • Is it calm, is it polite, is it fairly unobtrusive, does it treat the kids with dignity?
      • Model the behavior you want from your students