September 27, 2014
EDU-450 Classroom Management Models
Harry Wong’s Effective Classroom
This model has very clear set of rules such as what to say and goals to keep in order for the teacher to be successful in her teaching. Weaknesses:
This model I believe has more focus on the success of the teacher rather than the needs of the students.
“The single greatest effect on student achievement is not race, it is not poverty — it is the effectiveness of the teacher.” ~~ Harry K. Wong
“It is the teacher — what the teacher knows and can do — that is the most significant factor in student achievement.” ~~ Harry K. Wong
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Fred Jones’ Positive Classroom Discipline
This model stops children’s behavioral issues before it start. Weaknesses:
This model is challenging for children to adopt without lots of practice.
“A teacher's job is to raise young people to be responsible, respectful, and resourceful members of their community.” – Fred Jones
"To create student engagement, the teacher must succeed in managing both discipline and instruction. If kids are goofing off, you won't get much engagement." – Fred Jones