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Transcript of Classroom management
Randall S. Sprick. (2013)Discipline in the Secondary Classroom.(pp1-23) Eugene, OR print.
Pedota, Paul. (2017)Strategies for Effective Classroom Management in the Secondary Setting. (pp 3-14) print.
Robert J. Marzano, Jana S. Marzano, Debra J. Pickering, (2003)"Classroom Management That Works" Association for Supervision & Curriculum Deve
Rules & expectation
Communication, Dos & Don't
Effective learning environment
The First Day
The Keys To Classroom Management
A term used my teachers to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons run smoothly despite disruptive behavior by student.
Did you know...
There was a study done to see why there's a decline in teachers in the United States and the lack of classroom management skills was listed at the top reason.
Structure and organize all settings to prompt responsible student behavior.
Video on Effective Classroom Managing
Agree on Classroom Rules at the Beginning of the Year.
Check in with Students at the Start of Class.
Be Consistent About Expectations.
Reinforce Appropriate Behavior.
Maintain Student Dignity.
Half Way There
The steps to excellent classroom management.
Be Neutral, Not Accusatory.
Look for the Cause.
Establish a Fairness Committee.
Share Your Experience.
The Key to Unlocking the Door
To Classroom Management
continuation of steps.
Plan, Plan, Plan!
One way to reduce chaos in the classroom is to spend a good amount in planing. There is a saying that say "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail."
Rules and expectations must be set on the first day, simple enough and posted so student can refer to.
Communicate clear and effectively
Communication Do Nots...
* Break promises (your word is your bond).
*Play favoritism (every student requires same amount of attention).
*Have one concept of thinking.
*Take silence as knowing.
Think before speaking.
*Speak only when full attention are on you.
*Allow time for questions.
*Be direct with your expectation of them.
Be Consistent and Have Fun!
Teach your expectations regarding how to behave responsibly within the structure you have created.
Observe whether students are meeting expectations by physically circulating, visually scanning, and collecting meaningful data.
Interact positively with the students to build relationships and provide frequent, age-appropriate positive feedback.
Correct irresponsible behavior fluently, calmly, consistently, immediately, briefly, respectfully, and (as much as possible) privately.
Techniques to Managing an Effective Classroom