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Chapter Thirteen Classroom Management
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 13-2 Overview Authoritarian, permissive, and authoritative approaches to classroom management Preventing problems: Techniques of classroom management Techniques for dealing with behavior problems Violence in American schools
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 13-3 Classroom Management Styles Authoritarian Student compliance is main goal Make heavy use of rewards and punishments Permissive Rely heavily on students liking and respecting them Authoritative Goal is for students to regulate their own behavior Set rules but adjust as students show their ability to regulate their own behavior
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 13-4 Preventing Problems: Effective Classroom Management Show your students you are “with it.” Learn to cope with overlapping situations. Strive to maintain smoothness and momentum in classroom activities. Keep the whole class involved, even when working with individual students. Introduce variety and be enthusiastic. Be aware of the ripple effect. Be clear and firm when disciplining, and avoid angry outbursts. (Kounin, 1970)
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 13-5 Characteristics of Well-Managed Classrooms Students know what they are expected to do and generally experience the feeling that they are successful doing it.
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