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Develop your own teaching style that promotes. Responsibility, Cooperation, Courage, and Self-esteem. The Continuum. Authoritarian..... Permissive ..... Democratic. Equal and Different.

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Develop your own teaching style that promotes

Responsibility,

Cooperation,

Courage, and

Self-esteem


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The Continuum

Authoritarian.....

Permissive .....

Democratic.....


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Equal and Different

The teacher’s role is that of a leader, while the student plays the role of the learner.

Authoritarian Style: The Dictator

Permissive Style: The Doormat

Democratic Style: The Active Teacher


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Authoritarian

Results in an

  • Atmosphere of competition, fear, and anxiety

  • Environment of rigid order and routine

    Teacher

  • gives vigorous discipline, expects swift obedience, discourages verbal exchange, gives few praises

  • tells students what to think

  • lectures while students listen


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Permissive

Results in an

  • Atmosphere of insecurity.

  • Environment of chaos with little respect for order and routine.

    Teacher

  • is apathetic, not very involved, and places few demands;

  • does the thinking/problem solving for students;

  • plans lessons involving lecture, films, and bookwork.


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Democratic

Results in an

  • Atmosphere of acceptance and high expectation.

  • Environment of order and routine; flexible and conducive to creative, constructive, and responsible activity.

    Teacher

  • places limits while encouraging independence, is polite but firm, and nurturing;

  • is open to verbal interaction;

  • gives praise and encouragement;

  • guides rather than leads.


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Authoritarianoutcomes

Permissive

outcomes

Democratic

outcomes

Students

  • Own and solve their problems

  • Lear self-reliance and socially competent behavior

  • Are more likely to achieve and be motivated

  • Learn from their mistakes

Students

  • Are given few opportunities for achievement, motivation, self-control, and discipline

  • Spirits are broken

  • Feel powerless and may rebel and disrupt class or comply and become a pleaser

  • Have little opportunity to enhance motivation, personal goals, or communication skills

Students

  • Are less likely to become socially competent; be motivated to achieve, and gain self control

  • Have not been taught to cooperate or contribute in constructive ways.

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General Classroom Management Strategies

  • Holding and communicating high expectations for student learning and behavior

  • Establishing and clearly teaching classroom rules, procedures and consequences

  • Enforcing classroom guidelines promptly, consistently, and equitably


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