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The 1, 2, 3’s and A, B, C’s of Classroom Management. 100 beginning teachers were surveyed and asked the question: In what areas do you feel you would like guidance?. The top three answers are …. 1. Classroom management. 2. Staying on top of everything. 3. How to plan lessons.

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100 beginning teachers were surveyed and asked the question: In what areas do you feel you would like guidance?

The top three answers are …

1. Classroom management

2. Staying on top of everything

3. How to plan lessons

(Gordon and Butters, 2003)

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Why is great classroom management important?

Invites students to learn

Increases positive student behavior

Prepares students to survive and thrive in society

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Invite students to learn with

  • inviting and sincere verbal comments
    • “I appreciate your help.”
    • “How can I help you?”
  • inviting personal behaviors
    • smiling and listening
    • thumbs up or high five
  • an inviting physical environment
    • live plants
    • nicely decorated walls
  • inviting thoughts (self-talk)
    • “Making mistakes is OK.”
    • “I am a patient person.”

(Wong, 1998)

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Increase positive student behavior by…

  • Addressing students by name.
  • Saying “please” and “thank you.”
  • Having a controlled, disarming smile.
  • Being lovable and capable and showing empathy when necessary.

(Wong, 1998)

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Preparing students to thrive in society involves teaching…

  • Responsibility
  • Cooperation
  • Courage
  • Self-esteem

Subject matter is certainly an important part of teaching; so is preparing students to survive and thrive in the kind of society in which they will live.

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Why teachers help prepare students to survive and thrive in the kind of society in which they will live.

  • Responsibility

Democracy demands that its members make decisions and accept responsibility for the consequences of those decisions.

  • Cooperation

In a democracy, the student who can cooperate with others in any enterprise is far more likely to survive and thrive.

  • Courage

A student’s courage enables him to try, fail and try again, until he masters the challenges life poses.

  • Self-esteem

A student with high self-esteem sees herself as a capable human being who has a good opportunity to succeed at challenges. (Popkin, 1994)

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What does great classroom management look like?

Productive environment

Positive classroom atmosphere

Cooperative, respectful, and on task students

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Productive environment

  • Seating

Students are placed in seats where they can best learn science. (Easily distracted students and needy students sit near the teacher.)

  • Organization

A system of procedures are in place and executed by students knowing what to do when.

  • Planning

Teacher operates with a sense of purpose in the classroom.

  • Engaging

Students are engaged in the learning activity.

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Positive classroom atmosphere

  • Attribution

Students can recognize his/her strengths and operate with a can do attitude.

  • Encouragement

Teacher encourages students to meet challenges and exceed expectations.

  • CollaborationStudents help each other to learn while participating in constructivist learning activities.

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Cooperative, respectful, and on task students

  • Cooperation

Students are following the class guidelines.

  • Respect

Student discourse is positive.

  • On Task

Students are interested and focused on the assignment.

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