My Personal Classroom Management Plan

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* Running Head: MY PERSONAL CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN * * * *

My Personal Classroom Management Plan
Marwan Wilson
Grand Canyon University
EDU 450 – Classroom Engagement & Management
Ashley Calhoun
February 12, 2012

Abstract
A teacher in the classroom setting is considered a professional in that environment because they have the training and skills necessary by which to create a setting which is conducive to learning. To aide in the establishment of a setting which is conducive to learning the teacher must create guidelines which help to provide structure for expected behavior as well as for the dissemination of information between teacher and student. Organization and careful planning are two elements which help to
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Having an open line of communication between the educator and parent is a very important component in implementing a success classroom management plan. Providing a plan that is simple is not only a positive for students, but it also helps parents to understand exactly what is expected of their children in the classroom.

Behavioral Goals for Students
It is important for a classroom teacher to set behavior goals for his or her students. Behavior goals should be directly related to the classroom management plan. Students should be expected to treat their peers and teachers with respect, show respect for classroom property, are kind and courteous in all speech and actions, work diligently to accomplish assigned tasks, and demonstrate self-respect and honesty. Establishing clear and consistent goals for the operation of the classroom helps to provide an atmosphere that is conducive to learning and lends itself to alleviating opportunities for misbehavior. As a teacher I will work to provide my students with positive goals for appropriate behavior. I will also clearly define the consequences for misbehavior so that students understand fully the repercussions for failing to act in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the classroom management plan.

Classroom Conditions
The classroom should be set up in a manner which is age and grade appropriate for the level of the
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