Classrom Management 2016

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Published on February 21, 2016

Author: tinaybrown



Classrom Management: Classrom Management By: Tina Y. Brown What is classroom management: What is classroom management Classroom management  is a term used by teachers to describe the process of ensuring that classroom  lessons run smoothly despite disruptive behavior by students. The term also implies the prevention of disruptive behavior . Classroom management requires a positive relationship between the teacher and the student. A teacher, who has a good rapport with their students, will have a better outcome. Respect for each other, will prove positive in both the relationship and study . Obstacles to this rapport may involve the classroom set up, which can create problems, such as with rows. The students, at the back, are disadvantaged. How to deal with classtoon management: How to deal with classtoon management The status of the student is that he/she needs to be noticed and recognized and is trying to be somebody through negative behavior. The consequent mistakes, which can be made by the teacher, can be to avoid the student, or not deal with the problem at all. Never yell at the student, is sound advice, instead take the student aside and communicate. Putting the student down and making them feel immature in the classroom is a recipe for disaster. This will not only anger the student, but cause more problems with the whole class. The ways to get a routine of positive behaviour is to reward them with more than just a pat on the back. Activities to help you get to know and understand your students. Slide4: The primary cause of misbehavior, in the classroom, is attention, power, revenge, self confidence and problems at home. To look at one example of misbehavior is when the student, that is the loudest in class, is commonly known as The Loudmouth. To act on the students problems, this one included, we need to pinpoint the students needs. We can identify that the student is looking for attention and cries out for it with every action. The school or home environment may be very painful and the student may be using loud behavior to protect him/herself from others. Classroom rules: Classroom rules   Respect Yourself and Others at all times 2)  Raise your hand if you want to talk 3)  Listen while others are speaking 4)  Follow  Directions 5)  Always Smile and be Kind to others Constructive consequences: Constructive consequences     Green Light o     Yellow Light o     Red Light o     Black Light Everyone starts on Green each day and is moved according to their behavior choices. After they have been moved to a different light they cannot go back. I want them to be sure to know that they made this decision and will have to stay with that for the whole day and start new tomorrow. A  Green Light  signifies that you had a great day and did what was expected of you. Most desirable outcome. A  Yellow Light  indicates that you have been warned once and still not listened so you are now in a time-out or pulled aside and out of an activity. Ok outcome. Not the best. A  Red Light  indicates that you not only had a warning and were pulled out of a desirable activity but you are now going to have a call home to your parents and miss out on a fun activity or walk the fence instead of playing during recess. This is not a good day. Definitely not a desirable outcome. Finally a  Black Light  indicates that you’ve used up all your chances and that your lights are all out. This would result in being sent to the Principals office or being given ISS for a day or more depending on the severity. This is the worst possible outcome and a conference may need to take place to improve this child’s behavior. rewards: rewards *Stickers *Praise *Stars *Tokens *Treasure box *Extra computer time *Treats The end: The end

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