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Evolution of Classroom Management. Evolution of Classroom Management. Stage One: Survival The inability to anticipate problems Student misbehaviors and attitudes Physical environment Technical problems Classroom dynamics. Evolution of Classroom Management.

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Evolution of Classroom Management
  • Stage One: Survival
    • The inability to anticipate problems
      • Student misbehaviors and attitudes
      • Physical environment
      • Technical problems
      • Classroom dynamics
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Evolution of Classroom Management
  • Student Misbehaviors and Attitudes:
    • Illegally copying software
    • Denying teacher access to student work
    • Sabotaging other student’s work
    • Copying or stealing other’s work
    • Shutting down network services
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Evolution of Classroom Management
  • Student Misbehaviors and Attitudes:
    • Unwilling to work with paper and pencil
    • Resisted moving from computer to other non-computer activities
    • Host of new excuses for not getting work done on time
physical environment
Physical Environment
  • Glare on screen from windows
  • Chalk dust in equipment
  • Power outages
  • Crashes from extremes in weather
  • Extra time setting up equipment or rearranging for special assignments
  • Clutter caused by additional equipment
  • More crowded classroom
technical problems
Technical Problems
  • Hardware shutdowns/slowdowns/malfunctions
  • Printers not able to serve everyone at the same time
  • Software incompatibility between computers or printers
  • Sheer number of software programs to manage
  • No technical expertise for most teachers
classroom dynamics
Classroom Dynamics
  • Increased noise level
  • Necessity of students to move about freely
  • Knowing less about the technology than the students
  • Facilitates independent learning
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Evolution of Classroom Management
  • Stage Two: Mastery
    • Anticipate and plan for problems:
      • Design consequences for improper student behavior
        • Individually confronting cheaters
        • Class discussions on ethics
        • Grading penalties
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Evolution of Classroom Management
  • Stage Two: Mastery
    • Anticipate and plan for problems:
      • Rearranging classroom furniture
      • Systems for organizing software, printers, paper,etc.
      • Glare-proof window film, static-free carpet, and white boards
      • Develop rules for printing
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Evolution of Classroom Management
  • Stage Two: Mastery
    • Anticipate and plan for problems:
      • Develop alternate lesson plans for times computers are down
      • Enlist student help to maintain equipment
      • Teachers develop own technology expertise
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Evolution of Classroom Management
  • Stage Three: Impact
      • Develop techniques for monitoring student
        • Databases, spreadsheets, grading programs
      • Used network more effectively
      • Create better (and more time effective) lessons
      • Employed students as “expert peer teachers”
      • Classrooms become “learner centered”
      • Increased student motivation
      • Student exhibit more pride in work
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Evolution of Classroom Management
  • Summary:
    • As classroom contexts change, so do management issues and skills
    • Educational change takes time (from 3 to 5 years typically before change is substantially noticeable)
    • Teacher change is not unidirectional…everyone changes at his or her own pace