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Classroom-Related Problems Teachers Face. By: Jayme Feld, Colleen Funck , Lauren Mellon, Jenna Rendeiro. Affiliation. The teacher’s need to establish and maintain good relationships with those in the school. This includes colleagues, students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

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Classroom related problems teachers face

Classroom-Related Problems Teachers Face

By: Jayme Feld, Colleen Funck, Lauren Mellon, Jenna Rendeiro


  • The teacher’s need to establish and maintain good relationships with those in the school.

  • This includes colleagues, students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

  • Social aspect, which entails a mutual respect and understanding.

Affiliation continued
Affiliation Continued

  • When teachers feel unsupported and unappreciated, it is not likely that they will be effective in their teaching.

  • Teachers need affiliation because they are required to take on so many roles.


  • The teacher’s need to have students behave appropriately.

  • Many teachers have had trouble maintaining:

    • Order

    • Quiet

    • Control

Steps for keeping control
Steps for Keeping Control:

  • Pursue classroom goals that are attainable and important.

  • Analyze factors that are affecting the problem situation.

  • Use positive techniques for managing behavior.

  • Use punishment strongly and appropriately.

  • Teach students to manage their own behavior.

Parent relationships and home conditions
Parent Relationships and Home Conditions

  • Benefits

  • Barriers

    • Built by teachers

    • Built by parents or guardians

    • Built by home conditions

Parent relationships and home conditions continued
Parent Relationships and Home Conditions Continued

  • To achieve mutual support:

    • Increase frequency and quality of teacher-parent interactions.

  • To achieve optimal home & community conditions:

    • Realize relationship between the home/community and school experience is complex.

    • Avoid casual explanations that may not be true.

    • Remember that interactions between parents and their children are more important than material possessions found in the home.

Student success
Student Success

  • Teachers have to help learners achieve both academically and socially.

  • Success problems

    • Not enough student interest

    • Special Needs Students

    • The teachers instructional shortcomings

Student success continued
Student Success Continued

  • Obstacles

    • Teachers do not have enough knowledge about teaching.

    • Every student is different.

    • The school goals are not specific enough.

    • Teaching is greater than the sum of its parts.


  • Lack of time represents a serious problem for teachers.

  • Time is finite, so learning to use it better is the only option.

  • Suggestions:

    • Know yourself

    • Know your goals

    • Know your work environment

    • Plan

    • Learn to set priorities and say no

    • Concentrate

    • Don’t Procrastinate

    • Follow through

Question time
Question Time!

  • Have you ever had any teachers that had problems in one or multiple areas of concern that we went over today? How did these problems affect their teaching?

Preventing and resolving problems
Preventing and Resolving Problems

  • Steps:

  • What is the problem?

  • What do you want to happen that is not happening?

  • What obstacles exist that are in your way of reaching your goal? How can you remove or overcome them?

  • What alternative solution is most likely to achieve your goal?