Comparison Between Classroom Management And The Regulation Of Learner Behavior And Its Effective Learning

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Compare and Contrast Theories Paper Introduction Classroom management is applicable in the regulation of learner behavior and consequent effective learning. Class management that is effective involves the attainment of a rich understanding of learner’s needs, the creation of a positive classroom climate as well as students involvement in the process of learning (Emmer & Sabornie, 2014). Classroom management has the ultimate objective of making the schoolroom environment-friendly for learning. In this way, classroom management’s primary task is to form an inclusive, caring, and supportive environment. Organization, particularly the social organization, which includes how learners communicate and intermingle with one another and teachers, is as well a key to a supportive, caring, and inclusive environment. Whether it is noticeable or not, all choices a teacher makes about management or organization mirrors a cultural perspective. (Jones & Jones, 2013). Similarly, the teacher 's decisions affect students in various ways, depending on the way the kids have been socialized in their home cultures. Therefore, effective classroom management necessitates cultural backgrounds’ knowledge. Such knowledge is also essential to caring relationships’ development and the interpersonal skills required to interact well with the students as well as their families. For experienced, early-career and pre-service teachers, understanding student behavior is

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