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  • Classroom Management In The Classroom

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    Classroom management is one of the most essential elements of teaching. Classroom management refers to “the wide variety of skills and techniques that teachers use to keep students organized, orderly, focused, attentive, on task, and academically productive during a class”. Therefore, without good classroom management the classroom will not be an environment of learning, rather it will be an environment of chaos. My personal philosophy of education pulls elements from three different models-assertive

  • Classroom Theory : Classroom Management Philosophy

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    Toni Bentley Classroom Management Classroom Management Philosophy My Classroom Management Philosophy I believe that a well managed classroom provides safety, education and respect and fosters an environment of team work and empathy. In order to support and encourage learning in a classroom environment, students should feel comfortable and safe both physically and emotionally. Behavior, character, independence, attitudes, and academics are all learned in a classroom. They should

  • Evaluation Of A Classroom Management

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    Classroom management is a set of methods and skills used by educators to assist students in being more organized, alert, thoughtful, disciplined as well as being more academically productive. Classroom management when used correctly and effectively can help teachers maintain and control behaviors that may hinder learning for the class or a particular student, while at the same time maximizing behaviors that enhance learning for the students (Classroom Management, 2014). A practice that can contribute

  • Classroom Management Reflection

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    Classroom management is an essential skill that is required of all teachers who wish to be effective teachers. To have good classroom management, teachers need three skills: self-efficacy, classroom experience, and a passion for teaching. Two of these concepts go hand in hand. If a teacher is passionate about their profession, they will have a strong sense of self-efficacy. Wolff, Jarodzka, and Boshuizen (2017) state that “learning to manage a classroom and teach effectively is complicated, and the

  • The Importance Of Classroom Management

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    “Classroom management must reflect the personality and teaching style of the individual teacher and is a skill that must be learned, practiced, and evaluated, and modified to fit the changing situations in classrooms.” (Burden, 2017) For a teacher to find their model of discipline that works for them and their students it begins with trial and error. Nothing starts off smoothly but through time a teacher can find a wave of motion on what method of discipline would work for the flow of the classroom

  • Reflection On Classroom Management

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    This assignment asks for “one particular memorable classroom or school situation when you were a student that if you had been the teacher, you would have handled differently. As the teacher in that setting, how would you have brought resolution to the conflict?” I decided to approach this assignment with some liberties of a self-reflection of my own personal classroom management as a substitute teacher this previous Tuesday, October 31, 2017, in singular 9th grade Algebra class in which authority

  • Essay on Philosophy of Classroom Management

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    Philosophy of Classroom Management Being a male going into the elementary school education profession, I feel that I can be a postitive male role model for students who might lack that kind of male role model leadership needs. One of the first things that I will convey to my students is my philosophy on classroom management. My philosophy can be summed up in just two words: RESPECT and LEADERSHIP. Respect  Just as the picture describes , in order for me to receive respect ; I must first deliver

  • Three Models And Theories Of Classroom Management

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    Analysis of Three Models/Theories of Classroom Management A teacher’s classroom duties and responsibilities vary. However, the key role of a teacher is to maintain effective classroom management by creating a safe and supportive learning environment. To avoid disorder in the classroom, teachers need to establish an environment where rules or procedures guide students’ conduct. The absence of such classroom organisation creates an ineffective and unsustainable teaching and learning environment. Therefore

  • Classroom Management: Case Analysis

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    bring her classroom under control by focusing on the first five to ten minutes of the class. As Darby, one of May's colleagues, states on page 10," getting a handle on those first few minutes of the class period can make a real difference in setting the stage for how the remainder of the class period will go." Yet the question could be; is that the intervention that will truly make a difference in the classroom management? One recent study determined that "effective classroom management is essential

  • Reflection Paper On Classroom Management

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    Assignment 3- Draft 2 As I spend more time in the classroom each week, I find myself realizing more and more about my personal feelings on classroom management. When I compare my opinions and feelings on classroom management, I see connections between my beliefs and those represented by all three of the behavioral theorists we have been studying; Lee Canter, Linda Albert, and Alfie Kohn. While each of these theorists have varying opinions on how to manage students, I feel that they all have important