Classroom Management Related to Student Developmental Levels

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Classroom Management Related to Student Developmental Levels

Classroom Management Related to Student Developmental Levels

Classroom Management Related to Student Developmental Levels
Shannon Fouchard
Grand Canyon University: TCH-536
September 14, 2011

Classroom Management Related to Student Developmental Levels
Teachers have many roles in the classroom, but one of the most important is being a classroom manager. In order for teachers to effectively teach and for students to learn, the classroom must be suitable and well managed. When procedures, protocols, and rules are not put in place to help guide the students behavior then a chaotic situation could arise that lends itself to students being disrespectful and conduct themselves in a disorderly way. In these situations, teachers have a hard time presenting the curriculum, and students do not absorb as much knowledge about the subject matter as they should. A well-managed classroom put in place by the teacher with appropriate strategies for the accepted developmental levels of the students can help combat unwarranted and unacceptable behaviors. This paper will describe five such strategies, the appropriate developmental levels of the students to which they should be applied, ways in which they encourage critical thinking, and how these strategies influence active participation in the learning process (Lesson Plans Inc., 2007-2011).
The First Classroom Management Strategy: Keep Students on Task
      Making sure that your students are staying on task can be a big challenge for teachers. Students who are not actively engaged will more than likely become management problems and disrupt the learning environment of others (Canter, 2006). Teachers have the ability to provide a curriculum in any subject matter that is both engaging and academically rigorous. If a classroom is set up with procedures and routines from bell to bell, it is less likely that there will be disruptions. This particular strategy can be applied to all developmental levels from Pre-K to adult...
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    had a moment I will attempt to relate to the student in an efficient manner. Some techniques that I will use to maximize effectiveness of classroom management...
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    in tests, games or warm-ups without stressing where the mistakes came from. Students are checking a grammar exercise in open class.(6) An error can be corrected...
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    am rewarded with that fact and hope and pray that my classroom management skills continue to grow and that each and every students knowledge and wisdom grows as well...
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