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Classroom

Management –
Promoting
Culturally Inclusive
Classroom
Environment
Submitted By:
Amelya Savanna Carvalho
I B.Ed English
Mount Carmel College of
Teacher Education for
Women

Classroom Management
• Good classroom management is
nearly invisible.
• When classes are poorly managed,
however, disorder and chaos steal
time from learning and exhaust the
teacher.

• Classroom management is more than
discipline.
• It involves, among other things, the
development of classroom rules and
rational consequences for breaking
them.

• Classroom management also can be
measured by a teacher's ability to share
control and promote student selfdiscipline.
• Loughran (2010) asserts that pedagogy
is the “relationship between teaching
and learning”.
• Behaviour management is perhaps one
of the most difficult skills for pre-service
teachers to master.
• Classroom management and behaviour
management go hand in hand.  

• Having good pedagogical skills is
essential for classroom and
behaviour management.  
• Pedagogical skills for classroom
management utilising technology in
the classroom. These include:
1.
Ensuring that their students
are not distracted.
Direct monitoring by the
teacher.

2. Maintaining Equity
All students should have the
chance to access and use computers.
3.
Teachers must have a good
foundational knowledge of technology.
Teachers must be organised
and possess time management.
4.
Explicit Instructions with
regards
to using the technology.

5.        Teachers must ensure that their
students are able to operate the technology
used in class.
They can be taught content
knowledge while using the technology as
an aid.
6.
Knowledge of copyright laws and
regulations, and do not breach these within
their lesson.
7.       Teachers should be able to use different
8.
resources and applications to cater for
9.
students of mixed abilities.

Promoting Culturally
Inclusive Classroom
Environment

• Inclusive teaching strategies refer to
any number of teaching approaches
that address the needs of students
with a variety of backgrounds, learning
styles, and abilities.
• These strategies contribute to an
overall inclusive learning environment,
in which students feel equally valued.

Benefits of Inclusive
Teaching
• You can connect with and engage
with a variety of students.
• You are prepared for “spark
moments” or issues that arise when
controversial material is discussed.
• Students connect with course
materials that are relevant to them. 

• Students feel comfortable in the
classroom environment to voice their
ideas/ thoughts/ questions. 
• Students are more likely to
experience success in your course
through activities that support their
learning styles, abilities, and
backgrounds. 

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Strategies to Create a
Culturally Inclusive
classroom Environment

Awareness of Diversity
Provide Clear Instructions
Support Content
Check for Understanding
Do’s and Don’ts

Thank You!!!