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“Know thyself”. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT STYLE QUIZ. Introduction.

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know thyself
“Know thyself”

CLASSROOM

MANAGEMENT

STYLE

QUIZ

introduction
Introduction
  • How you act in the classroom changes over time. But it is necessary to know our style so that we can change it – as the subject demands and the students change. Knowing your teaching style makes you more prepared for meeting the changing classroom situations you will encounter as a teacher.
instructions
Instructions
  • Answer these 12 questions and learn more about your classroom management profile. The steps are simple:
  • Read each statement carefully.
  • Write your response, from the scale below, on a sheet of paper.
  • Respond to each statement based upon either actual or imagined classroom experience.
  • Ask your partner the question. Ask WHY? What is the rationale for your decision?
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Answer the questions with;
  • Strongly Disagree / S.D
  • Disagree / D.
  • Neutral / N
  • Agree / A
  • Strongly Agree / S.A.
sd d n a sa
SD / D / N / A / SA

(1) If a student is

disruptive during class, I assign him/her to detention, without further discussion.

sd d n a sa1
SD / D / N / A / SA

(2) I don\'t want to impose any rules on my students.

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SD / D / N / A / SA

(3) The classroom must be quiet in order for students to learn.

sd d n a sa2
SD / D / N / A / SA

(4)I am concerned about both what my students learn and how they learn.

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SD / D / N / A / SA

(5) If a student turns in a late homework assignment, it is not my problem.

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SD / D / N / A / SA

(6) I don\'t want to reprimand a student because it might hurt his/her feelings.

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SD / D / N / A / SA

(7) Class preparation isn\'t worth the

effort.

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SD / D / N / A / SA

(8) I always try to

explain thereasons behind my rules and decisions.

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SD / D / N / A / SA

(9) I will not accept

excuses from a student who is tardy.

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SD / D / N / A / SA

(10) The emotional well-being of my students is more important than classroom control.

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SD / D / N / A / SA

(11) My students understand that they can interrupt my lecture if they have a relevant question.

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SD / D / N / A / SA

(12) If a student requests a hall pass, I always honor the request.

scoring
SCORING
  • 1 = Strongly Disagree / S.D
  • 2 = Disagree / D.
  • 3 = Neutral / N
  • 4 = Agree / A
  • 5 = Strongly Agree / S.A.
scoring1
SCORING
  • Add your responses to statements 1, 3, and 9. This is your score for the authoritarian style.
  • Statements 4, 8 and 11 refer to the authoritative style.
  • Statements 6, 10, and 12 refer to the laissez-faire style.
  • Statements 2, 5, and 7 refer to the indifferent style.
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The result is your classroom management profile. Your score for each management style can range from 3 to 15. A high score indicates a strong preference for that particular style. After you have scored your quiz, and determined your profile, read the descriptions of each management style. You may see a little bit of yourself in each one.
there are four styles
THERE ARE FOUR STYLES
  • AUTHORITARIAN
  • AUTHORITATIVE
  • LAISSEZ FAIRE
  • INDIFFERENT
authoritarian
AUTHORITARIAN
  • The authoritarian teacher places firm limits and controls on the students
  • This teacher prefers vigorous discipline and expects swift obedience
  • Students in this class are likely to be reluctant to initiate activity, since they may feel powerless
authoritative
Authoritative
  • The authoritative teacher places limits and controls on the students but simultaneously encourages independence.
  • The students know that they can interrupt the teacher if they have a relevant question or comment.
  • The authoritative teacher encourages self-reliant and socially competent

behavior and fosters higher achievement motivation

laissez faire
Laissez-faire
  • The laissez-faire teacher places few demand or controls on the students
  • This teacher accepts the student\'s impulses and actions and is less likely to monitor their behavior.
  • Is more concerned with the students\' emotional well-being than he is with classroom control
indifferent
Indifferent
  • The indifferent teacher is not very involved in the classroom. This teacher places few demands, if any, on the students.
  • This teacher simply won\'t take the necessary preparation time. Sometimes, he/she will use the same materials, year after year.
  • This teacher may lack the skills, confidence, or courage to discipline students.
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What is the classroom management style that is best reflected by these pictures?

A

B

AUTHORITARIAN

INDIFFERENT

D

C

AUTHORITATIVE

LAISSEZ FAIRE

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The classroom management styles are adaptations of the parenting styles discussed in Adolescence, by John T. Santrock. James, and Ronen Hammer.

  • http://education.indiana.edu/cas/tt/v1i2/what.html
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