Management Styles & What Makes an Effective Teacher. Presented by Susan, Liz, and Laurie. For Our Presentation . We are going to be role playing three different management styles. Please behave as if you were a student in middle school. Ask questions. Actively participate.
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Presented by Susan, Liz, and Laurie
It is often quiet. Students know they should not interrupt the teacher.
Since verbal exchange and discussion are discouraged, students do not have an opportunity to learn or practice communication skills.AuthoritarianManagement Style
Students receive praise and encouragement infrequently if at all.
Teacher makes no effort to organize activities such as field trips.
Students are expected to listen to the lecture to gain the necessary knowledge.AuthoritarianManagement Style
Students feel powerless and may not want to initiate any activities.
Students often don’t care for the teacher and say that he/she is too strict.
Teacher’s management style does little to increase achievement or motivation. Students are not encouraged to set personal goals.AuthoritarianManagement Style
The information on the next to slides comes from the book
The First Days of School.