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Classroom Management. Dr. Luzviminda Q. Ramos University Director, Practice Teaching. CLASSroom MANAGEMENT. Effective teaching requires that you also be an effective manager. Are you able to get students’ cooperation,

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Classroom management

Classroom Management

Dr. Luzviminda Q. Ramos

University Director, Practice Teaching


Classroom management

CLASSroom MANAGEMENT

  • Effective teaching requires that you also be an effective manager.

  • Are you able to get students’ cooperation,

    maintain students’ involvement in instructional tasks, and carry out the business in the classroom smoothly?


Major components

major components

  • Classroom atmosphere

    • Physical environment

    • Room arrangement

    • Motivation

    • Use of time

    • Classroom communication


Major components1

Major components

  • Classroom leadership

    • Autocratic

    • Democratic

    • Laissez-faire


Major components2

Major components

  • Discipline vs Punishment


Classroom atmosphere

Classroom atmosphere

  • Physical environment

    • An attractive classroom is conducive to learning.

    • Ventilation,temperature, and lighting of the classroom also affect student comfort and the ability to concentrate.

    • Bulletin boards and displays can add much to the attractiveness and atmosphere of a classroom.


Room arrangement

room arrangement

  • Room arrangement and seating patterns can be an effective means of classroom management.

  • Possible seating arrangement

    • Semicircles

    • Cluster of four

    • Theatre

    • Rectangle


Motivation

motivation

  • Expect the best from students

  • Model desired behavior

  • Share expectations

  • Establish a positive atmosphere

  • Actively involve students

  • Make learning seem worthwhile

  • Cultivate self esteem

  • Use reinforcement

  • Reduce anxiety


Time in schools and classrooms

Time in schools and classrooms

  • Changing and beginning classes

  • Excessive viewing of films

  • Spending too much time on discipline

  • Extracurricular activities


Communication

communication

  • Respectful communication is always a two-way street.

    • Eye contact

    • Facial expressions

    • Body posture

    • Physical space


Characteristics of the different leadership styles

Characteristics of the different leadership styles

  • Authoritarian

    • Punishing

    • Faultfinding

    • Demanding

    • Commanding

    • Critical

    • Pressuring

    • Sharp-voiced

    • Imposing

    • Dominating

    • Harsh

    • Fearful


Characteristics of the different leadership styles1

Characteristics of the different leadership styles

  • Democratic

    • Friendly

    • Firm

    • Encouraging

    • Stimulating

    • Helping

    • Guiding

    • Winning

    • Warm

    • Caring

    • Fair

    • Influencing


Characteristics of the different leadership styles2

Characteristics of the different leadership styles

  • Laissez-faire

    • Permissive

    • Allows total freedom

    • Leads to anarchy and disorder


Models of discipline

Models of discipline

  • The Canter Model

  • The Glasser Model

  • The Kounin Model

  • TET Model

  • Logical Consequences model


Management guidelines

Management guidelines

  • Begin the class on time

  • Set up procedures for beginning your class

  • Set up procedures for dismissing class

  • Stop misbehavior immediately

  • Direct your talk to the class not to the chalkboard

  • Be polite to students and reinforce their politeness

  • Be firm and consistent


Management guidelines1

Management guidelines

  • Be with it

  • Use non verbal signals

  • Be helpful, not hurtful

  • Plan well

  • Use verbal reprimands with care

  • Always set a good example


Parting shot

Parting shot

  • A classroom must have an effective leader and must be orderly, and discipline must be maintained in order for learning to take place.

  • A successful teacher must have good classroom management.

  • The key to effective management is the relationship you establish with your students.

  • Promote a democratic but businesslike atmosphere, in which responsibilities are shared and learning is of paramount importance.


Jose rizal

Jose Rizal…

  • “He who wishes to teach, teaches everywhere, in the open air.

  • Socrates taught in the public street.

  • Plato in the gardens of the Academy,

  • Even Christ among the mountains and lakes.”


Teacher

TEACHER

  • A GUIDE at the side, NOT a sage on the stage.


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Classroom management

Let's join hands

and work together


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Good day and God bless!

Dr.Luzviminda Quintos-Ramos


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