APPROACHES TO CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Jashjen

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What is Module All About?

This module is all about classroom management, the term is use by teachers to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons Tran smoothly despite disruptive behavior by students. The term also implies the prevention of disruptive behavior. These 11 approaches covered in separately in 11 lessons, as shown below that consist of learning outcomes that students must learn.

LESSON 1 – ASSERTIVE APPROACH
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LESSON 2 – BUSINESS - ACADEMIC APPROACH
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LESSON 3 – BEHAVIORAL MODIFICATION APPROACH
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LESSON 4 – GROUP MANAGERIAL APPROACH
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LESSON 5 – GROUP GUIDANCE APPROACH
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LESSON 6 – ACCEPTANCE APPROACH
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LESSON 7 – SUCCESS APPROACH
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LESSON 8 – ALTERNATIVE APPROACH OR CONTINGENCY
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LESSON 9 – GENERAL PREVENTIVE MEASURES
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LESSON 10 - MODERATE PREVENTIVE MEASURES
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LESSON 11 - HUMANISTIC PREVENTIVE MEASURES
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How do you use this module?

Even though todays educators have more research than ever on techniques to develop an effective learning community, why then does the topic of classroom management remain one of the most significant concerns for pre- service teachers entering the teacher profession? For schools the appropriate learning environment is critical to student’s success and strikes at the very heart of teaching. What is the role of classroom management in meeting academic and social expectations in the classroom? Is there a connection between crating a supportive learning environment and academic performance? CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT is a guide that teachers can truly follow to transform their classrooms. This module puts the readers in tune with the conditions students face (in and outside of school) and how those conditions shape teacher’s and student’s behaviors. Within the classroom, school teachers establish and maintain order in their classrooms. They will also gain knowledge of how to effectively deal with some of the most challenging students behaviors. Elements of classroom management vary. In researching this topic, it is clear that a common understanding for the term management might be useful. For this purpose, management refers to issues of supervision, refereeing, facilitating, and even academic discipline. Not all student behaviors require intervention or confrontation while some are serious enough in nature to warrant formal disciplinary action. Rest assured that while there are current studies in higher education literature that suggest a growing trend of rudeness and even overt animosity towards faculty by students, the vast majority of classroom experiences are not dramatic Classroom management is closely linked to issues of motivation, discipline and respect. Methodologies remain a matter of passionate debate amongst teachers; approaches vary depending on the beliefs a teacher holds regarding educational psychology. A large part of traditional classroom management involves behavior modification, although many teachers see using behavioral approaches alone as overly simplistic. Many teachers establish rules and procedures at the beginning of the school year. Rules give students concrete direction to ensure that our expectation becomes a reality...
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