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A Brief Guide to Classroom Management

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  1. 1. By: Coreen Patrick Bernardina De los Santos Group one
  2. 2. Summary Classroom management is an essential part of learning. It is just as important as learning the academic lessons and concepts taught in school. Therefore, by successfully managing the classroom environment, you can increase student success and create a productive and cooperative learning environment. Moore (2014) purported that effective classroom managers create safe environments by creating limits. That is why classroom management plans are important. They allow students to get the most out of their time spent in school and ensure that the teacher maintains his/her sanity.
  3. 3. Teacher’s Preparation In order for us to manage our classrooms effectively we need to make all the necessary preparations. According to Moore (2014) as an effective teacher, you need to plan properly in order to utilize the learning time and this will help you to maximise the time effectively.
  4. 4. Class Management Classroom management- organising and conducting the business of the classroom 1. Greet fellow students and teachers as you enter the classroom. Savage & Savage (2009)
  5. 5. 2. Raise your hands to ask a question and wait for the teacher to acknowledge you.
  6. 6. Assignments
  7. 7. 6. Request feedback from teacher when necessary.
  8. 8. Approaches to Classroom Management
  9. 9. Instructional Approach (Moore, 2014) 5. Remain on task at all times and seek teacher’s attention when needed.
  10. 10. Desist Approach This approach gives teacher total power and control of the classroom. (Moore 2014) 7. Anyone caught playing in the classroom will be sent to the principal’s office for punishment.
  11. 11. Self discipline approach Students form groups to establish three rules for managing the tidiness or ambiance of the classroom and the consequences for breaking them.
  12. 12. Classroom Motivation Motivation is an important way to help students to excel in life. Therefore, motivation will serve as a tool to help students focus on their goals better. Moore (2014) stated that students motivation and positive management strategies are essential for effective teaching and learning.
  13. 13. Non verbal communication This is an important aspect of classroom motivation. Moore (2014) stated that as a teacher we should be accurate in the transmission of messages to students even in a non verbal manner. Therefore, our gestures are very important in the effectiveness of this communication process.
  14. 14. . 1.Students who come to school on time will be allowed to play in the activity corner.
  15. 15. 2. Those who complete assignments on time will get extra fun activities to do.
  16. 16. Listen to all concerns genuinely Teacher 1. Hear them 2. Understand the concerns 3. Attend to situations 4. Remember to act
  17. 17. Show and Tell Every morning teacher will spend ten minutes on the rug for students to share any event or item with the class.
  18. 18. Reinforcement Students scoring 80% and more will be asked to take a gift from the prize box.
  19. 19. Conclusion As teachers, we are judged by the way we present ourselves to the students and parents. Also, the effective management of our classroom is hinged on the students perception of us. Therefore, for students to learn in the classroom, they need to be motivated and engaged in a healthy environment. According to Gabriel (2012) effective management is a prerequisite to achieving instructional objectives and to safeguarding the psychological and physical well-being of students.
  20. 20. Reference Moore, D. (2014) Effective Instructional Strategies: From Theory to Practice. 4th edition, Sage publication pg. 53,54, 107, 111 Savage, K & Savage, M. (2009) Management and Discipline: Teaching Self-Control. 3rd edition, doi. 1412966787, pg. Gabriel, E. (2012) Classroom Management And Discipline Without Distress content/uploads/2012/08/124_Classroom_Management_ and_Discipline_Without_Distress.pdf