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Copy of Jacob Kounin
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Courtney Larson Jacob Kounin Best known for his work in the 1970s
Conducted two major case studies
-Discipline and Group Management in classrooms
-integrate teaching and discipline into the classroom
in own classroom, asking student to put something away
noticed that the students around him suddenly followed in focusing their attention
the other misbehaving students began to follow the behaving student because of the request by Kounin became to known as the "ripple effect
1st observation led him to conduct experiments over 5 years
with all levels of students
changed focus to see how teachers prepared/managed their classroom
He noticed how the reactions of teachers to students affected classroom management in a negative way. He learned that teachers were always receiving similar responses from their students no matter how they reacted to misbehavior in the classroom. From this observation, he concluded that there must be something a teacher could do to prevent misbehavior in the first place, which would lead to more effective classroom management. Origin Ripple Effect Overlapping is keeping a brisk pace in the classroom. Momentum References ACTIVITY TIME is achieved when a teacher corrects one student's behavior and as a result, one or more students change their behavior. "Tommy, I notice you haven’t started writing yet. You have fifteen minutes and if it isn’t finished I am afraid you will have to stay in during computer time to finish." Withitness is the ability to be aware of what is going on everywhere in the classroom. Working with one group whilst noticing another is off task, proximity. is the ability to control and attend to
multiple activities going on in the classroom. Reading Groups. Effective Transitions are transitions where a class can move from one activity to the next with out losing instruction time. Clear instructions and expectations. Lesson Plans. Smoothness is a teacher's ability to not allow the class or herself to become distracted. School-wide Announcement Grouping Alerting is ensuring the entire class stays on task. Group announcement of where the class should be at. http://www.elearnportal.com/courses/education/classroom-management-and-discipline/classroom-management-and-discipline-discipline-theorists-part-two http://www.teachermatters.com/classroom-discipline/models-of-discipline/the-kounin-model.html http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Classroom_Management_Theorists_and_Theories/Jacob_Kounin -Most known for his work in the 1970s -Discipline and Group Management in Classrooms (1977) -1st observation was in his own classroom; asked a student to put away a material -1st observation led him to conducting experiments for over 5 years; all levels -Reactions of teachers to students affected classroom management in a negative way. -He learned that teachers were always receiving similar responses from their students no matter how they reacted to misbehavior in the classroom. -Something a teacher could do to prevent misbehavior in the first place = more effective classroom management.