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Importance of Classroom Management skills for teacher: Why cannot good Classroom management be provided in our schools?
SLOGAN: when there is a smiling face, there is always solution.

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2016 leading seagulls 11 smiling faces

  1. 1. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT IN PERSPECTIVE ED 401.03 Fall 2015-2016 Instructor:Hayal Köksal https://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dosya:Bo%C4%9Fazi%C3%A7i_ %C3%9Cniversitesi_Logosu.jpg
  2. 2. GROUP NAME:SMILING FACES Group Members: Burcu Solak Burcu Uçar Duygu Gürel Elçin Kulaksız Gizem Yakut Melike Esra Coşkun Group Slogan: When there is a smiling face, there is always solution. https://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dosya:Bo%C4%9Fazi%C3%A7i_ %C3%9Cniversitesi_Logosu.jpg
  3. 3. Meeting dates: 30.09.2015 07.10.2015 12.10.2015 06.10.2015 08.10.2015 13.10.2015
  4. 4. Gantt Chart
  5. 5. Content • Aim • Introduction to problem • Literature Review • Brainstorming • Fishbone Diagram • Matrix Diagram • Methodology • Survey Results • Suggestions • Limitations • References
  6. 6. What is the classroom management? • Classroom management can be defined as systematic and conscious applications of concept, model and techniques in planning, organizing and evaluating processes in order to achieve educational purposes.
  7. 7. What is our aim? • Eliminating barriers which student and teacher encounter while studying • Using class time effectively and providing students’ active participation to class. • Realizing effective education and communication.
  8. 8. Why cannot good classroom management be provided in Turkey?
  9. 9. Brainstorming • Technology • Family • Classroom • Emotional problems • Violence • Environment • Divorce • Teacher • Attention deficiency • Lack of materials • Lack of responsibilities • Lack of respect towards teacher
  10. 10. Literature Review • According to specialists in the field of education, school and classroom management aims at encouraging and establishing student self-control through a process of promoting positive student achievement and behavior. • Thus academic achievement, teacher efficacy, and teacher and student behavior are directly linked with the concept of school and classroom management. (http://www.intime.uni.edu/model/teacher/teac3summary.html)
  11. 11. • Research shows that a high incidence of classroom disciplinary problems has a significant impact on the effectiveness of teaching and learning. • Researchers have pointed out the importance of assisting students in positive behaviors. In planning classroom management, teachers should consider using an assertive communication style and behavior. • In addition, they should always know what they want their students to do and involve them in the respective learning activities (http://www.intime.uni.edu/model/teacher/teac3summary.html)
  12. 12. • Teacher's success reflects in the success of the students as the director' success reflects in his film. Teachers must take into account some aspects in order to perform an effective classroom management. • Teacher should be aware of any behavior by students have been followed carefully. The students are like a mirror of the teacher. • Teachers should enter in the classroom with daily lesson plan. • The skill of teachers in the teaching of the subject have great importance. (http://www.makaleler.com/etkili-bir-s%C4%B1n%C4%B1f-y%C3%B6netimi)
  13. 13. BOOK REVIEW • There are some methods to support learning of students in the classroom. These are: 1. Teacher counselling method 2. Behavioristic method 3. Teacher effective approach
  14. 14. Methods Teacher counselling method In this method teacher can be considered as a counselor. Teacher tries to identify the causes of students’ misbehavior. He/she responds to misbehavior with logical consequences and carries out family and classroom meetings.
  15. 15. Methods Behavioristic method This method provides desired classroom environment and classroom discipline. Teacher ignores inappropriate behavior while reinforces appropriate behavior. Behavior modification techniques are used.
  16. 16. Methods Teacher effective approach In contrast to other two methods, teacher effectiveness method is applied before problem arise. Teacher with classroom management skills prevents undesirable behavior by; communicating students who need to solve problems and to continue in their learning. active listening to discover the feelings behind the misbehavior. inspiring, motivating, and negotiating with students.
  17. 17. Fishbone Diagram
  18. 18. Matrix Diagram TECHNOLOGY TEACHER STUDENT CLASSROOM ARRANGEMENT GİZEM 4 5 3 2 BURCU S 4 7 5 3 BURCU U 4 7 6 3 MELİKE 6 7 5 3 DUYGU 5 7 4 3 ELÇİN 4 6 5 3 TOTAL 27 39 28 17 % 25 35 25 15
  19. 19. 25% 35% 25% 15% TECHNOLOGY TEACHER STUDENT CLASSROOM ARRANGEMENT
  20. 20. SURVEY http://www.cvctv.org/blog/2015/01/21/city-of-eau- claire-housing-division-announces-community-wide- needs-survey/
  21. 21. Information about participants • This survey was applied on both teachers and students. • Participants are 7 male and 7 female teachers and students in Levent/Beşiktaş. • The average experience of professional was 10.9 years. There is both a teacher who is in 30th years and a teacher who is in 4th years. • Average age of students which are in middle school or high school is 15.5.
  22. 22. Information about participants • While 10 teachers graduated from undergraduate program, 4 teachers have graduate degree. • While 11 of participants work in private schools, 1 of them works in state schools. 2 of them work both in private schools and in state schools.
  23. 23. SURVEY RESULTS http://www.worldseriesracing.com/wsvr- 2015-member-survey-results/
  24. 24. Results of Survey with Teacher
  25. 25. 1)What do you think about discipline problems that may arise from students in the classroom? 74.28 48.57 68.57 57.14 72.85 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Wanting to draw attention and to stand up Feeling like they are in prison Finding boring to school work Refraining from teacher Being denigrated by other students
  26. 26. 2) What do you think about discipline problems that may arise from teachers in the classroom? 68.57 87.14 74.28 55.71 82.85 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Timing problems Acting differntly to some students Teacher’s problems about private life Long speech or watching movie in the classroom Inexperience
  27. 27. 3) What do you think about discipline problems that may arise from student’s family in the classroom? 77.14 90 97,14 64.28 78.57 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Lack of family bond Family problems as divorce, separation or death etc. Family violence Jealousy among siblings Moral education
  28. 28. 4) What do you think about discipline problems that may arise from class arrangement in the classroom? 80 61.42 62.85 52.85 72.85 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Imbalance in size of class and number of students Lack of seating arrangement in the classroom Lack of materials in the classroom Lack of technological material in classroom Incevenent temperature in classroom for teach a lesson
  29. 29. 5)Is there any impressive memory about classroom management? If there is, could you share with us? And how solved this?
  30. 30. Results of Survey with Students
  31. 31. 1)What do you think about discipline problems that may arise from your classmates in the classroom? 85.7 21.4 71.4 35.7 64.3 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Wanting to draw attention and to stand up Feeling like they are in prison Finding boring to school work Refraining from teacher Being denigrated by other students
  32. 32. 2) What do you think about discipline problems that may arise from teachers in the classroom? 92.8 92.8 71.4 78.5 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Timing problems Acting differntly to some students Teacher’s problems about private life(exhibiting aggressive behavior) Inexperience about the lesson's issue of teacher
  33. 33. 3) What do you think about discipline problems that may arise from student’s family in the classroom? 57.1 100 97,14 57.1 85.7 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Lack of family bond Family problems as divorce, separation or death etc. Family violence Jealousy among siblings love or lovelessness of family against their children
  34. 34. 4) What do you think about discipline problems that may arise from class arrangement in the classroom? 85.7 35.7 21.4 7.1 28.5 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Imbalance in size of class and number of students Lack of seating arrangement in the classroom Lack of materials in the classroom Lack of technological material in classroom Incevenent temperature in classroom for teach a lesson
  35. 35. 5)Is there any impressive memory about classroom management? If there is, could you share with us?
  36. 36. Evaluation of the Survey – According to survey, teachers said that discipline problems may arise from students’ families. Violence and loss of family members effects students deeply. – Participant teachers criticized their own behaviors. They said that acting differently to some students and inexperience are a problem for classroom management. – Only 3 of 14 teachers answered the last question and they shared their experience about classroom management and they also mentioned their solutions.
  37. 37. Suggestions
  38. 38. Suggestions • At the beginning of the semester, to engage students actively in the process of determining a set of class rules would be more effective to control students' unfavorable behaviors during class. https://www.pinterest.com/explore/class- rules-poster/
  39. 39. • To handle situations quietly and calmly is helpful to communicate with students in a good way .Teacher shouldn't make a big deal for the student in front of the whole class.
  40. 40. • Teacher should use proper language to approach the student who makes mistake instead of slang language. With this, teacher can show her/him to respect his/her dignity.
  41. 41. • To provide classroom- management training, conflict resolution, guidance counseling, and mediation would be useful for improving teachers who are inexperienced and discipline.
  42. 42. • Teacher should try to understand the cause of unfavorable behaviors of students. So, if it causes from performance deficit or problems about his/her parents, teacher can fix it by providing motivation.
  43. 43. • The government should offer new tasks or agreements for the order of class because the number of students should be matched with the size of class. Also, it is quite important for an effective lesson.
  44. 44. Limitations • Restricted number of participants. • Restricted number of questions. • Participants selected in only one area. http://ikeamadi.org/every/overcoming- personal-limitations/
  45. 45. References • Schibsted, Evantheia. (2009, May 13) How to Develop Positive Classroom Management • Froyen, L. A., & Iverson, A. M. (1999). Schoolwide and classroom management: The reflective educator-leader(3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. • Pelik, Ahmet. (2009, June 23) Etkili Bir Sınıf Yönetimi • İmece Circles training by Hayal köksal.
  46. 46. THANKS DR. HAYAL KÖKSAL FOR HER SPECIAL GUIDANCE 
  47. 47. (http://www.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk/p/thanks- for-listening-any-questions-no-super-2/)
  48. 48. (http://www.india- forums.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=4206079&T PN=41)

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