Classroom Management

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Classroom Management

Classroom Management and management of student conduct are skills that teachers acquire and hone over time. These skills almost never “jell” until after a minimum of few years of teaching experience. To be sure, effective teaching requires considerable skill in managing the myriad of tasks and situations that occur in the classroom each day.

COURSE OUTLINE

BASIC LEVEL

Rules and Procedures

  • General Classroom Behavior
  • Beginning and Ending the Period or the Day
  • Transitions and Interruptions
  • Use of Materials and Equipment
  • Group Work
  • Seat Work and Teacher-Led Activities

Discipline and Consequences

  • Teacher Reaction
  • Tangible Rewards
  • Direct Cost
  • Group Contingency
  • Home Contingency

Teacher–Student Relationships

  • Demonstrating Personal Interest in Students
  • Behaving Equitably and Responding Affirmatively to Questions
  • Exhibiting an Assertive Connection
  • Being Aware of the Needs of Different Types of Students

Mental Set

  • Exhibiting “Wittiness”
  • Exhibiting Emotional Objectivity

Student Responsibility

  • The Nature of Responsibility
  • Strategies for Personal Development
  • Strategies for Conflict Prevention and Resolution

Getting Off to a Good Start

  • Before School Begins
  • The First Day of School
  • The First Two Weeks of School

Management at the School Level

  • Establishing and Enforcing School wide Rules, Procedures, and Consequences
  • Establishing Norms of Conduct for Faculty and Staff

ADVANCED LEVEL

Self-management for the educator

  • Having a life and work vision
  • Manage your approach to work & objectives
  • Managing your development as an educator
  • Managing your emotions & Time
  • Motivating yourself

Introduction to classroom management tasks

  • The nature and aim of classroom management
  • Approaches to classroom management
  • Management functions in the classroom

Planning effective classroom management

  • Different approaches to planning
  • Planning teaching with outcomes

The educator as leader

  • The functional task of the educator as leader
  • A leadership model for the educator
  • The long-term leadership task of the educator
  • The short-term leadership role of the educator

Managing classroom administration

  • Administrative tasks inside the classroom
  • Administrative tasks outside the classroom

How to manage the classroom environment

  • The classroom as a learning community
  • Managing the physical environment
  • Managing resources for effective teaching
  • Establishing the socio-emotional environment
  • Establishing positive educator-learner relationships
  • Creating positive peer relationships
  • Positive classroom climate

Managing learner participation in the classroom

  • Learner motivation
  • Understanding learning
  • Managing cooperative learning in the classroom
  • Diversity in the classroom
  • Understanding exceptionality: multiple intelligence
  • Teaching methods and learning styles

Establishing your own classroom management plan

  • Class room management style
  • Authority and power
  • Class room management theories
  • Various classroom management styles
  • The educator’s instructional style

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