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Classroom management


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I am sharing this presentation with the belief that teachers like I would understand the importance of classroom management for an effective and efficient learning. God bless you!

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Classroom management

  1. 1.  A systematic designing of theclassroom environment to createconditions in which effective teachingan learning can occur(Smith,,2006). Requiring teachers to be skillful in directingclassroom activities to make students busyand discipline. Rules were imposed and students werestrictly monitored never to break.Focused on the mastery of 3R’s, obedienceand compliance.
  2. 2.  The ability of teachers andstudents to agree upon and carryforward a common framework forsocial and academic interactionsby creating an ethos within asocial fabric that is built overtime, and ultimately leads tostudent self-discipline(Freibergand Lapointe, 2006).
  3. 3. Shifted from one-way flow of interaction toan environment of shared responsibility andlearning. Shifted from obedience and compliance toprocedures which advance self-discipline.Emphasizes on the concerted efforts of boththe teacher and students to create aneffective learning environment.
  4. 4.  Stimulating and supportiveenvironment Reasonable expectations fromthe learners and Opportunities for all students toexperience success.
  5. 5.  Physical Dimension Psychosocial Dimension Behavioral Dimension Instructional Dimension Procedural Dimension Organizational Dimension
  6. 6.  Instructional issues Discipline Management issues and Interpersonal relationships
  7. 7. Setting the stagePhysical environmentEnriching the classroomenvironmentAcademic materials and textInterest boostingHumorOrganized lessonsPositive expectations
  8. 8. Comfort and OrderComfort - as described at school (in theclassroom) refers to physical comfort.Room temperatureArrangement of furnitureAvailability of wall spacesSeating arrangementTraffic patternsInterest centersStorage of materialsSignageVisual appearance of the classroom
  9. 9. Order - refers to identifiable routines andguidelines for acceptable behavior in theclass.Beginning classEnding classInterruptionsInstructional proceduresNon-instructional proceduresGrading systemGeneral conductCommunication procedures
  10. 10.  How to arrange desks and otherfurniture. When to take breaks and what kind ofbreaks they will be. What to display on the bulletin boardsand walls.
  11. 11. Setting the classroom climateStudent factors- students’attitude about school and theirrelationship with their teachersand other school authoritiesTeachers factors – teacher’sdisposition , competencies andskills and behaviorCommunication skills
  12. 12. Peer factors – peer influence inin the process of socialization,bolstering self-confidence andproviding a sense of identity andbelonging.Family-related factors – parents’interest is exemplified by thedegree of involvement in thechild’s education.
  13. 13. Creating and increasingdesirable behaviorsDecreasing undesirablebehaviorsGeneralization and maintenanceDeveloping self-management
  14. 14. Focusing on improved self-concept
  15. 15. Management of InstructionScheduleTransitionsGroupingLesson plans/Course Syllabus
  16. 16. Standards of BehaviorClassroom rulesClassroom procedures
  17. 17. Establishing order throughclassroom rules
  18. 18. Establish and maintain a healthyrelationshipPersonnel interactionWork environmentAdministrative dutiesInstructional applicationsPersonal applications
  19. 19. Encouraging responsibility
  20. 20. 2 teach is2 touch lives4ever
  21. 21. Classroom Management by O.Beriones Dañocup, 2010Student Teachers’ Manual forObservation and Participation byBrenda B. Corpuz,, 2002www.slidesshare.netNote: Lecture available @