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Educational Issue:Educational Issue:
Behaviour Issues and
Classroom Management.
What Is the Best
Approach?
Part 1Part 1..
Identify and exploreIdentify and explore
Behaviour issues andBehaviour issues and
classroom management.clas...
Importance of classroomImportance of classroom
managementmanagement
 Students need to feel a sense of community.
 Relati...
Issues relating to behaviourIssues relating to behaviour
and manaegmentand manaegment
 A teachers beliefs and values infl...
Issues relating to behaviourIssues relating to behaviour
and manaegmentand manaegment
 At risk students see little to str...
Issues relating to behaviourIssues relating to behaviour
and manaegmentand manaegment
Typical Adolescent behaviour:
o Eego...
Part 2.Part 2.
Discussion on the differentDiscussion on the different
approaches to behaviourapproaches to behaviour
issue...
Different Approaches to theDifferent Approaches to the
Issue:Issue:
Autocratic, teacher centred, passive learning
and cont...
Autocratic ManagmentAutocratic Managment
 The teacher dictates and students comply.
 It values and looks for obedience a...
Autocratic ManagmentAutocratic Managment
 Punishment used to change behaviour.
 Enforces consequences that will decrease...
Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment
 Values the need to increase student
motivation.
 Students are allowed more inp...
Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment
 Students are allowed to voice their
persective and it is respected by staff.
 ...
Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment
 Involves a variety of components to
maintain students attention.
 Movement is ...
Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment
 Students should be allowed to move and talk
together during activities. Activit...
Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment
 An autocratic style is when the teacher
dictates what will happen and how it wi...
Part 3.Part 3.
Solutions to behaviourSolutions to behaviour
issues and classroomissues and classroom
management strategies...
SolutionsSolutions
 Strategies and actions need to be planned
and implemented early.
 Teachers must establish rules and
...
SolutionsSolutions
 Teachers should aim to know information
on their students. This includes:
• Possible behaviour proble...
DDiscipline strategiesiscipline strategies
 Management is gained through consistent
discipline. Three common discipline s...
DDiscipline strategiesiscipline strategies
2. Corrective Discipline. This includes;
• Teachers behaviours and reactions
• ...
DDiscipline strategiesiscipline strategies
3. Supportive Discipline includes;
• Following up on disruptions
• Encouraging ...
Preventitive ManagmentPreventitive Managment
 Maximising Academic Learning Time
(ALT)
 ALT increases engagement
 ALT is...
Preventitive ManagmentPreventitive Managment
 Give clear, brief and effective instructions
 A lot of low-level off-task ...
Preventitive ManagmentPreventitive Managment
 Henley (2006), suggests that solutions for
behaviour issues develop over ti...
Preventitive ManagmentPreventitive Managment
 Democratic solutions involve disciplining
with dignity.
 Respect is paramo...
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Educational issues- Classroom Management and Behaviour Issues

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Educational issues- Classroom Management and Behaviour Issues

  1. 1. Educational Issue:Educational Issue: Behaviour Issues and Classroom Management. What Is the Best Approach?
  2. 2. Part 1Part 1.. Identify and exploreIdentify and explore Behaviour issues andBehaviour issues and classroom management.classroom management.
  3. 3. Importance of classroomImportance of classroom managementmanagement  Students need to feel a sense of community.  Relationships and Experiences.  Classroom management and behaviour issues are directly relate to how students feel.
  4. 4. Issues relating to behaviourIssues relating to behaviour and manaegmentand manaegment  A teachers beliefs and values influence classroom environment.  The teacher models and demonstrate to students how to act.  Unprepared responses add to conflict or negative feelings for students.
  5. 5. Issues relating to behaviourIssues relating to behaviour and manaegmentand manaegment  At risk students see little to strive for.  Negative perspective will have a direct influence on the type of behaviour the students demonstrates.  Classroom management needs to chang the environment, not try to change an individual’s behaviour (Henley, 2006).
  6. 6. Issues relating to behaviourIssues relating to behaviour and manaegmentand manaegment Typical Adolescent behaviour: o Eegocentric o Eexploring different identities. o Rebellion. o Sensitive and argumentative
  7. 7. Part 2.Part 2. Discussion on the differentDiscussion on the different approaches to behaviourapproaches to behaviour issues and classroomissues and classroom management.management.
  8. 8. Different Approaches to theDifferent Approaches to the Issue:Issue: Autocratic, teacher centred, passive learning and controlled classroom management Vs Democratic, student led, interactive learning, activity centred, and co-constructed management
  9. 9. Autocratic ManagmentAutocratic Managment  The teacher dictates and students comply.  It values and looks for obedience and curricula control.  When compliance is the goal of classroom management, students do not have the opportunity to learn.
  10. 10. Autocratic ManagmentAutocratic Managment  Punishment used to change behaviour.  Enforces consequences that will decrease the likelyhood of poor behaviour in the future.  Autocratic teaching believes that a well- managed class is a quiet class.
  11. 11. Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment  Values the need to increase student motivation.  Students are allowed more input into classroom activities. This increases participation and reduces the anount of behaviour issues.
  12. 12. Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment  Students are allowed to voice their persective and it is respected by staff.  Students can experience participating fully in democratic process by allowing students to establish their own rules for behaviour and sanctions.
  13. 13. Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment  Involves a variety of components to maintain students attention.  Movement is the only experience that unites all levels of activity in the brain.  The more opportunities students have to move and change positions, the better they will behave (Henley, 2006).
  14. 14. Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment  Students should be allowed to move and talk together during activities. Activity centred lessons include variety in; • curriculum and content, • co-operative learning, • peer tutoring, • learning centres, • role-play, • brainstorming, and discussion
  15. 15. Democratic ManagmentDemocratic Managment  An autocratic style is when the teacher dictates what will happen and how it will happen.  A democratic style attempts to involve students in decision-making and appeals to the students’ intrinsic motivation.
  16. 16. Part 3.Part 3. Solutions to behaviourSolutions to behaviour issues and classroomissues and classroom management strategies:management strategies:
  17. 17. SolutionsSolutions  Strategies and actions need to be planned and implemented early.  Teachers must establish rules and expectations early to ensure students know the boundaries.
  18. 18. SolutionsSolutions  Teachers should aim to know information on their students. This includes: • Possible behaviour problems • Specific learning and physical need • Sstudent names and how to pronounce them.
  19. 19. DDiscipline strategiesiscipline strategies  Management is gained through consistent discipline. Three common discipline strategies are; 1. Preventative Discipline. This includes; • Clear expectations • An attractive and welcoming environment • Well-planned room organisation • Adequate resources • Organising curriculum to cater for mixed abilities
  20. 20. DDiscipline strategiesiscipline strategies 2. Corrective Discipline. This includes; • Teachers behaviours and reactions • Casual and direct questioning • Simple warnings or directions • Defusing or re-directing potential conflict • Reminding of rules • Giving simple choices • Taking students aside from the group • Using appropriate time out.
  21. 21. DDiscipline strategiesiscipline strategies 3. Supportive Discipline includes; • Following up on disruptions • Encouraging students • Re-establishing working relationships • Developing and maintaining respect • Building a positive classroom • Applying a team approach
  22. 22. Preventitive ManagmentPreventitive Managment  Maximising Academic Learning Time (ALT)  ALT increases engagement  ALT is achieved by specifically allocating time for variations in teaching
  23. 23. Preventitive ManagmentPreventitive Managment  Give clear, brief and effective instructions  A lot of low-level off-task behaviour is from students not understanding  Work must be achievable yet challenging for students.  Students will engage and achieve when they experience success
  24. 24. Preventitive ManagmentPreventitive Managment  Henley (2006), suggests that solutions for behaviour issues develop over time. Solutions include: • Smooth transitions • Clear instructions • Accountability Procedures • Being ‘With It’ • Establishing Routines • Keeping Students Alert
  25. 25. Preventitive ManagmentPreventitive Managment  Democratic solutions involve disciplining with dignity.  Respect is paramount. Teachers must hold the moral high ground.  Teachers must allow students the opportunity to reflect on their poor behaviour.

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