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10/12/2014 1
What did you choose?
Knows the answer of these questions or
tries to know the answer..
I. When to Teach
II.What to teach
III.How to Teach
IV.Ho...
10/12/2014 3
What did you choose?
 Kindly consider this statement!
 If a doctor, lawyer, or dentist had 40 people in his
office at one time, all of whom h...
Does statement talk about------
 Individualizing
10/12/2014 5
What did you choose?
Let us talk about expert views on CM
Classroom Management is not to control student behaviour,
but to influence and direct...
Let us talk about expert views on CM
Classroom Management is “the actions and strategies
teachers use to solve the problem...
Let us see the views of expert on Classroom Management
Systems
Three basic principles (Brophy, 2006, pp. 39-40):
 Emphasi...
 Do certain classroom management systems cause problems or have
unanticipated effects?
 Classroom management systems may...
 What criteria should be applied to evaluate classroom management
systems?
 Classroom management systems should be evalu...
Classroom Management depends on-
1. Learning attitude of teacher
2. Planning of teacher for teaching
3. Preparation of tea...
10/12/2014 12
Classroom Management depends on-
Learning attitude of teacher
A. Habit of reading books/journals/articles
B. Ready to lear...
Classroom Management depends on-
Planning of teacher for teaching
A. Planning according to learners’ level
B. Planning for...
Classroom Management depends on-
Preparation of teacher before entering in the class
A. Prepare topic/lesson
B. Read to Su...
10/12/2014 16
What did you choose?
Classroom Management depends on-
Habit of taking positive challenge to mould different learners
into right direction
A. En...
Classroom Management depends on-
A. Handle your most active/challenging/well spoken/
inquisitive /questions bombardier lea...
Classroom Management depends on-
A. Try to develop habit of achieving among learners in the
classroom (may be in a form of...
Classroom Management depends on-
Setting the rules of the classroom
A. No need to make 100 rules and follow none of them,
...
Classroom Management depends on-
Setting the rules of the classroom
C. Set the rules for each and every activity happens i...
10/12/2014 22
10/12/2014 23
Classroom Management depends on-
Setting the rules of the classroom
G. Related to notebook /homework /class work
completio...
Classroom Management depends on-
Showing empathy/sympathy/emotional connection with
students
Human being understands the l...
Classroom Management depends on-
Showing empathy/sympathy/emotional connection with
students
 Avoid negative words –inste...
Classroom Management depends on-
Showing empathy/sympathy/emotional connection with
students
Hope for the better even you ...
Classroom Management depends on-
Showing empathy/sympathy/emotional connection with
students
Be ready to develop a good ra...
STUDENTS MAKING EXCUSES
 Pat says, “When I tell a student to stop talking, he 
will reply, "I'm not the only one talking"...
Classroom Management depends on-
Students’ Rapport/Relationship Outside the class
Teachers’ care for student outside the c...
10/12/2014 31
What did you choose?
 “Teachers have to inspire and convince
learners that teachers welcome their
questions and worries. Positive comments
on ...
Rajeev Ranjan 
Principal 
B.Ed(English),  PGDTE
English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad 
Website:- www.rajeevr...
 Brophy, J. (2006). History of research on classroom management. In C. M. Evertson & C. 
 American Psychological Associa...
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Classroom Management - Tips and Techniques for Effective Learning in the Classroom

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Develop a strong bond of love & affection with the learners, the day learners start loving you and showing you respect , the child will work to achieve better in day to day life.

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Classroom Management - Tips and Techniques for Effective Learning in the Classroom

  1. 1. 10/12/2014 1 What did you choose?
  2. 2. Knows the answer of these questions or tries to know the answer.. I. When to Teach II.What to teach III.How to Teach IV.How much to Teach V.How to Observe own Teaching 10/12/2014 2 What did you choose?
  3. 3. 10/12/2014 3 What did you choose?
  4. 4.  Kindly consider this statement!  If a doctor, lawyer, or dentist had 40 people in his office at one time, all of whom had different needs, and some of whom didn’t want to be there and were causing trouble, and the doctor, lawyer, or dentist, without assistance, had to treat them all with professional excellence for nine months, then he might have some conception of the classroom teacher’s job. ~Donald D. Quinn  Discuss with your friend and analyze this statement 10/12/2014 4 What did you choose?
  5. 5. Does statement talk about------  Individualizing 10/12/2014 5 What did you choose?
  6. 6. Let us talk about expert views on CM Classroom Management is not to control student behaviour, but to influence and direct it in a constructive manner to set the stage for instruction (McLeod, Fisher, & Hoover, 2003). CM is a process that a teacher acquires over a period of time on the basis of trial and error method. It varies from person to person. It optimizes learning process in terms of mental, behavioral, psychological, environmental of students inside the classroom and have life long impact on a child’s mind. 10/12/2014 6 What did you choose?
  7. 7. Let us talk about expert views on CM Classroom Management is “the actions and strategies teachers use to solve the problem of order in classrooms” (Doyle, 1986, p. 397).  Effective teachers know that student behavior is not only about rules and consequences (McLeod et al., 2003); they also know that a larger component is the development of a classroom climate that influences how students perceive their environment and behave (Woolfolk-Hoy & Hoy, 2003).  Effective teachers create focused and nurturing classrooms that result in increased student learning (Marzano et al., 2003; Shellard & Protheroe, 2000) 10/12/2014 7 What did you choose?
  8. 8. Let us see the views of expert on Classroom Management Systems Three basic principles (Brophy, 2006, pp. 39-40):  Emphasize student expectations for behavior and learning.  Promote active learning and student involvement.  Identify important student behaviors for success. More specifically:  What behaviors are required to reach the goals of learning activities?  What implications does a particular learning activity have for student roles?  How will the teacher prepare students to take on these roles? 10/12/2014 8 What did you choose?
  9. 9.  Do certain classroom management systems cause problems or have unanticipated effects?  Classroom management systems may cause problematic consequences when administered incorrectly. Mistakes made in classroom management (e.g., reinforcing disruptive behavior by attending only to the inappropriate behavior and not appropriate behavior) can lead to loss of respect and cooperation on the part of students, increased misbehavior, and students' perception that the teacher is not in control of the classroom.  Do classroom management systems work for all students?  When applied correctly, effective classroom management principles can work across all subject areas and all developmental levels (Brophy, 2006). They can be expected to promote students' self- regulation, reduce the incidence of misbehavior, and increase student productivity. 10/12/2014 9 What did you choose?
  10. 10.  What criteria should be applied to evaluate classroom management systems?  Classroom management systems should be evaluated by their ability to promote self-regulation of behavior, reduce the incidence of misbehavior and maximize student productivity.  (Source: Thomas R. Kratochwill,Rachel DeRoos, Samantha Blair ) 10/12/2014 10 What did you choose?
  11. 11. Classroom Management depends on- 1. Learning attitude of teacher 2. Planning of teacher for teaching 3. Preparation of teacher before entering in the class 4. Habit of taking positive challenge to mould different learners into right direction 5. Setting the rules of the classroom 6. Showing empathy/sympathy/emotional connection with students. 10/12/2014 11 What did you choose?
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  13. 13. Classroom Management depends on- Learning attitude of teacher A. Habit of reading books/journals/articles B. Ready to learn new teaching techniques C. Attending specific seminar & workshop D. Observant eyes to work on real life learning situation i.e. applying new ideas, watching positive and negative results of ideas, shaping , reshaping , adjusting the pros and cons to sharpen the ideas 10/12/2014 13 What did you choose?
  14. 14. Classroom Management depends on- Planning of teacher for teaching A. Planning according to learners’ level B. Planning for difficulties level of subject/topic/lesson C. Planning for time management (Limited time of a class) D. Planning for Activity(Teacher Action in the Class) E. Planning for Students Activity (when, how much, for what) F. Planning for Good Students as well as Below Average Students on Learning Layer G. Planning for the Students who are least interested in Study 10/12/2014 14 What did you choose?
  15. 15. Classroom Management depends on- Preparation of teacher before entering in the class A. Prepare topic/lesson B. Read to Succeed, today’s reader will be tomorrow leader C. Prepare questions related to topic well in advanced D. Prepare support material for teaching i.e. teaching aids, worksheet, audio-video, may be question-answer ------ E. Prepare a short test to observe the learning /recapitulate F. Prepare extensive material/plan/activity/questions/tasks for extraordinary/ not interested learners of the class 10/12/2014 15 What did you choose?
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  17. 17. Classroom Management depends on- Habit of taking positive challenge to mould different learners into right direction A. Enjoy work pressure of tasks/teaching/notebook correction/other activities as well as prior family pressure (may be / may not be) B. Positively remember that you handle human in the classroom who carries a number of positive & negative emotions, passions/unique mental attitude/approach of life C. Make your skill of human handling is your strength not the weakness 10/12/2014 17 What did you choose?
  18. 18. Classroom Management depends on- A. Handle your most active/challenging/well spoken/ inquisitive /questions bombardier learners with positive consideration A. Show personal care for extraordinary learners without losing patience B. Remind several times through various life skills that you love them in spite of his problematic (positive/negative) attitude without losing patience 10/12/2014 18 What did you choose?
  19. 19. Classroom Management depends on- A. Try to develop habit of achieving among learners in the classroom (may be in a form of speaking a word/participating in activity/giving logical answer/writing relevant answer etc) B. Praise for their small achievement; quote learner’s name while discussing points if she/he utters even a single word or answer C. Lowest achiever feels good and tries to achieve more in due course of time(may take 6 month , 1 year, may be longer) but a little positive transformation leads them to form a positive habit to achieve . Remember each drop of water form ocean) 10/12/2014 19 What did you choose?
  20. 20. Classroom Management depends on- Setting the rules of the classroom A. No need to make 100 rules and follow none of them, however precise, lucid and concrete classroom rules should be there for expected outcomes of the class for the betterment of learners B. Rules & Regulations forms a discipline circle for the learners C. Set the rules for each and every activity happens in the classroom i.e. 10/12/2014 20 What did you choose?
  21. 21. Classroom Management depends on- Setting the rules of the classroom C. Set the rules for each and every activity happens in the classroom i.e. D. During teaching (presentation of the teacher) E. During learners’ activity (Involvement of students) F. Related to task completion in the class(Do/do not ) 10/12/2014 21 What did you choose?
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  24. 24. Classroom Management depends on- Setting the rules of the classroom G. Related to notebook /homework /class work completion/correction H. Related to movement of learners during a specific period I. Related to general behaviour with other students G. Related to common /formal discussion with peers K. Do not develop classroom rules you are unwilling to enforce It is expected that educator should remind each and every time about the class rules without being rude/biased /prejudiced to form a positive discipline circle in the mind of learners. 10/12/2014 24 What did you choose?
  25. 25. Classroom Management depends on- Showing empathy/sympathy/emotional connection with students Human being understands the language of love. It may be tough task to keep patience for a long time , waiting for a drastic behavioral change without losing personal patience even after several repetition for dos/do not. Do not loose your patience. 10/12/2014 25 What did you choose?
  26. 26. Classroom Management depends on- Showing empathy/sympathy/emotional connection with students  Avoid negative words –instead use positive words in a negative form.  Don’t say: I think that is a bad idea. Say: I don’t think that is such a good idea.  Avoid ‘finger pointing’ statement with the word ‘you’. Try to avoid saying ‘you’ and put the focus on “I” or We”…….. 10/12/2014 26 What did you choose?
  27. 27. Classroom Management depends on- Showing empathy/sympathy/emotional connection with students Hope for the better even you feel a slow visible changes or even no changes in a few days among needy learners Be a kind/sympathetic educator and facilitator to handle these kids No matter , how many disturbing learners(who perform below average/perform good but behavioral problem) exist in the class but after all demerits they are human/innocent child who possess energy. Be an architect to shape the future of millions of children 10/12/2014 27 What did you choose?
  28. 28. Classroom Management depends on- Showing empathy/sympathy/emotional connection with students Be ready to develop a good rapport with all the students Be an egoless educator to convert a child into fine human being Develop a strong bond of love affection with the learners, the day learners start loving you and showing you respect , the child will work to achieve better in day to day life. 10/12/2014 28 What did you choose?
  29. 29. STUDENTS MAKING EXCUSES  Pat says, “When I tell a student to stop talking, he  will reply, "I'm not the only one talking". How do I  respond to this student? ” Kate Ortiz says, “It is helpful to make sure that your  expectations are clear and students know when  they are and aren't supposed to be talking. This  clarity needs to include what you consider to be  appropriate volume in different situations and what  individual volume should sound like during group  work.… 10/12/2014 29 What did you choose?
  30. 30. Classroom Management depends on- Students’ Rapport/Relationship Outside the class Teachers’ care for student outside the class help to develop positive attitude inside the class towards the teacher as well as towards the subject Positive rapport with students determines the maximum learning in the class. (It is observed that most energetic/less interested student also break the box of hesitation in the class if s/he loves the teacher.) 10/12/2014 30 What did you choose?
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  32. 32.  “Teachers have to inspire and convince learners that teachers welcome their questions and worries. Positive comments on their work are also accommodating to motivate learners to pursue more (Wright, 1987; Richards & Lockhart, 1996)”. 10/12/2014 32
  33. 33. Rajeev Ranjan  Principal  B.Ed(English),  PGDTE English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad  Website:- www.rajeevranjan.net  Email .Id : rajeevbhuvns@gmail.com 06/25/15 33" Teaching is an art". Rajeev Ranjan
  34. 34.  Brophy, J. (2006). History of research on classroom management. In C. M. Evertson & C.   American Psychological Association Zero Tolerance Task Force. (2008)  Lewis, T. J., Mitchell, B. S., Trussell, R., & Newcommer, L. (2015). In E. T. Emmer & E. J.  Sabornie (Eds.), Handbook of classroom management (2 nd Ed.) (pp.40-59). New York:  Taylor and Francis Group  Adelman, H. S., & Taylor, L. (2002). School counselors and school reform: New  directions.Professional School Counseling, 5(4), 235–248.  Glasser, W. (1990). The quality school: Managing students without coercion. New York:  Harper and Row  Wright, T. (1987) Roles of Teachers & Learners. Oxford: Oxford University Press  Marzano, R. J. (with Marzano, J. S., & Pickering, D. J.). (2003b). Classroom management that works. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.  Pictures (Personal ) 06/25/15 34" Teaching is an art". Rajeev Ranjan

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