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SPED Classroom Management

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Key Consepts of Classroom Management, Its Basic concepts and the key phyysical characterisitcs of a SPED classroom

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SPED Classroom Management

  1. 1. KEY COMPONENTS OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Jilliene Samantha C. Napil
  2. 2. BASIC CONCEPTS OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
  3. 3. BASIC CONCEPTS OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT “Bag of Tricks” Teacher - directe d Teacher- student shared responsibilit y
  4. 4. Active Participa nts BASIC CONCEPTS OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Passive Learners
  5. 5. KEY CONCEPTS OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION
  6. 6. SIX MAIN COMPONENTS 1.Physical 2.Psychosocial 3.Behavioural 4.Instructional 5.Procedural 6.Organizational Setting up your classroom space. A well-organized classroom space can help maintain order, increase pupil interaction, decrease level of distractions and consequently decrease the
  7. 7. SIX MAIN COMPONENTS 1.Physical 2.Psychosocial 3.Behavioural 4.Instructional 5.Procedural 6.Organizational Determine the classroom climate or the atmosphere of the class. Factors that affects this component: - Teachers - Peers - Family
  8. 8. SIX MAIN COMPONENTS 1.Physical 2.Psychosocial 3.Behavioural 4.Instructional 5.Procedural 6.Organizational DISCIPLINE Most challenging component since in Special Education, student’s unacceptable behaviors would just “come out of
  9. 9. SIX MAIN COMPONENTS 1.Physical 2.Psychosocial 3.Behavioural 4.Instructional 5.Procedural 6.Organizational The amount and quality of instruction has taken the center stage in the education of children with special needs. SPED teachers should: - be prepared on how to manage instructional time wisely. - master the use of reinforcement and technology as these are powerful tools in learning.
  10. 10. SIX MAIN COMPONENTS 1.Physical 2.Psychosocial 3.Behavioural 4.Instructional 5.Procedural 6.Organizational Chaos & Order Rules and procedures are necessary to maintain order within acceptable
  11. 11. SIX MAIN COMPONENTS 1.Physical 2.Psychosocial 3.Behavioural 4.Instructional 5.Procedural 6.Organizational Your working environment relationship. Immediate working area. (Teacher’s Table)
  12. 12. CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSROOM SETTINGS
  13. 13. CHARACTERISTICS 1.Multidimensionality 2.Simultaneity 3.Immediacy 4.Unpredictability 5.Publicness 6.History As students are diverse, we also expect what they’re doing will always differ from the other.
  14. 14. CHARACTERISTICS 1.Multidimensionality 2.Simultaneity 3.Immediacy 4.Unpredictability 5.Publicness 6.History WITHITNESS
  15. 15. CHARACTERISTICS 1.Multidimensionality 2.Simultaneity 3.Immediacy 4.Unpredictability 5.Publicness 6.History Response to occurring situations during classes.
  16. 16. CHARACTERISTICS 1.Multidimensionality 2.Simultaneity 3.Immediacy 4.Unpredictability 5.Publicness 6.History Many events occurring in the classroom cannot be anticipated even with careful planning.
  17. 17. CHARACTERISTICS 1.Multidimensionality 2.Simultaneity 3.Immediacy 4.Unpredictability 5.Publicness 6.History Events in the classroom, especially those involved the teacher are often witnessed by large
  18. 18. CHARACTERISTICS 1.Multidimensionality 2.Simultaneity 3.Immediacy 4.Unpredictability 5.Publicness 6.History Past events form the history of the classroom. Negative or Positive, class events today will always affect what happens in the future.

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