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EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN 1 Effective Classroom Management Plan AED/203 September 11, 2011
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EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN 2 Effective Classroom Management Plan Effective classroom management could make or break any teacher, and possibly make him or her think twice about continuing the professional career as a teacher. It is very essential that each teacher obtains management over the classroom. Every teacher should have expectations from his or her students, let those expectations be known to the students, and uphold any disciplinary actions if those expectations are to be broken. Communication between the students, parents, and the teacher plays a large role with classroom management. Organizing and Procedures and Resources Each teacher should have a set procedure for his or her classroom that would be followed daily. Along with a long list of resources to obtain new strategies on a need only basis; after all of the other options have not helped the teacher. Making sure to stay organized not will only help the teacher, but it would also help the teacher assistants, and the students. Organization leaves the students to knowing the daily procedures and relies on his or her expectations for the classroom and the teacher. Arranging the Environment Making sure to arrange the classroom environment is the first step in improving the learning environment. It will also help prevent any disruptive behaviors before they may occur. Of course on the first day of school the seating arrangement should be a test as to where the disruptive behaviors may occur, and after observation, if needed rearrange the seating in the classroom. “Research on the classroom environment has shown that the physical arrangement can affect the behavior of both students and teachers. Also that a well-structured classroom tends to
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EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN 3 improve student academic and behavioral outcomes” (Savage, 1999; Stewart & Evans, 1997; Weinstein, 1992.) My room plan will provide each student to learn effectively because he or she will be seated in front the chalkboard, away from distractions of the windows, and in front of the teacher’s desk. This will allow the students to pay attention to the front of the class while giving the teacher the ability to be seated and pay attention to students while performing any “teacher duties”. I believe that arranging the bulletin boards on each side of the chalkboard allows the students to be motivated by what I may post on them. For instance, I may post motivational sayings regarding reading, learning, or any upcoming academic events. By reading these sayings on the bulletin board may put the student on track to working at their best the motivational sayings can encourage each student at the same time. “The classroom environment acts as a symbol to students and others regarding what
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2011 for the course EDUCATION AED/203 taught by Professor Hoge during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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