Classroom Behavior Management Pl Guidelines

3306 Words14 Pages
EEA305- CLASSROOM BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT PLAN: 1. Assertive discipline Characteristics and Key points: • This type of teacher believed that he or she has the right to enforce order in their classrooms, so that teaching and learning can occur • The teacher takes on an authoritarian role where most of the instructional activities are teacher lead and directed • A series of classroom rules will be developed so that the students can follow for guidance of what is acceptable and what is not • Although the teacher believes in a strict classroom environment, positive student relationships and encouraging students in classroom achievements are implemented • Strict disciplines are given for students who break rules and cause repeated…show more content…
I believe that my students should feel comfortable to have their say and be in charge, to an extent of their learning. Students should be flourishing and growing in their classrooms, not being hounded and manipulated to conforming to the teachers beliefs. How this applies to my classroom management approach: For students to become ethical people, as opposed to people who do merely what they are told, we cannot just tell them what to do. We have to guide and support these students to figure this out for themselves so they can learn from each other."Whenever possible, simply ignore the covert hostility of a student. By ignoring the behaviour, you will diffuse the situation. Remember, what you really want is for the student to comply with your request. Whether or not the student does it in an angry manner is not the issue." (Assertive discipline approach, 2008) I believe that this strategy of classroom behaviour management does not suit, or compliment my beliefs as a teacher. I believe the students should feel comfortable and supported in their learning environment and I feel as though assertive discipline does not allow for this. I can see the positives that could arise from a management plan such as this, but to punish children for making natural childhood mistakes is to punish them for being children. 2. Applied Behaviour Analysis Characteristics
Open Document