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Classroom Management

Racquel V. Manalastas

MAED - Mathematics

What is Classroom Management?

Classroom Management refers to handling the


class in a way that Students Learning
Outcomes could be achieved effectively.

Procedures and instructional techniques that


are used to establish the classroom
environment so that learning can occur.

Management strategies are based on


understanding
how
the
classroom
environment
can
be
used
to
best
accommodate students needs.

the process of organizing students, time,


space and materials to support meaningful

Why do we need to manage the


classroom?
Primary

purpose is to gain control of


the classroom.
Good classroom management results
in high levels of student engaged
time.
To Provide a conducive learning
Environment to the learners.
Best utilization of Classroom time.
Social Development by inculcating
social skills.

Student benefits:
1.Students are clear about what is expected
of them in every situation
2.Students have increased access to
learning
3.Students are safe and engaged in learning

Teacher benefits:
4.Teacher has students who are now ready
to learn
5.Teacher saves time that would otherwise
be spent in things not linked to learning
6.Teacher feels calm and happy in class

Recognition
Tangible

recognition is
physical things to give which
children can hold on to.

Intangible

recognition is
giving privileges which
children can use

Consequences

Tracking Behavior

Principles of classroom
Management
Brophy

(1983) states there are 3 general


principles for good classroom
management:
Willingness of the teacher to accept
responsibility.
Long-term, solution-oriented approaches
to problems (rather than short-term)
Check to see if symptomatic behavior is
caused by underlying personal problems
(impulsivity, lack of awareness, home
problems, etc.) desist/ control responses
classroom control

Components of Classroom
Management
Use of blackboard
Seating
Evaluation
Displays
Observation
Individual attention
Pair & group work Questioning
Demonstration &
Cleanliness
Usage of resources Presentation
Social skills
Timetable
Classroom Norms Accessibility
Pair/group composition
Teachers movement
Instruction
Body language

Strategies for Classroom


Management
Planning

How to achieve desired goal


Organization

Rules and procedure should be aligned with


teaching strategies
Communication

Communication should be effective


Motivation

Create a learning environment that encourage


social interaction.
Monitoring

Monitor the activities

Key Dimension of positive


classroom management
Physical Dimension
Condition of
furniture.
Place to keep
things.
Proper place to sit
for students.
Light, vision
possibilities.
Noise level.
Temperature of the
classroom.
Right place for chalk
board or bulletin
board.

The Ambience
(Environment)
Odor.
Humidity.
Ventilation.
Chalk dust.
Heat-Cold.
Noise-Echo-Quiet
(Each room has it
own Feel and that
feel sends an
Immediate
message.air
freshener, flower)

Key Dimension of positive


Instruction dimension
classroom management
Human Factor
Mutual interaction.
Audibility and
visionary aspects.
Place of movement
around the class
for teacher and
students.
Dont make things
too comfortable
lest they fall
asleep.

Clear

communication.
Teacher conveys
enthusiasm for the
subject and for the
content specifically
taught.
Teacher must keep
students accountable
for their work.
Teacher must be
aware of what is
happening in the
work.
Teacher must teach
for students success

If you do what
you always do,
youll get what you
always get