comportment in an effort to prevent disorderly behavior” (Burden & Byrd, 2016, p. 242). On the first day of class, I will reach students the rules by showing examples. I will demonstrate how to listen keenly, raise my hand, respecting my personal space by no touching orhitting others, and how to be respectful to one another. Rules take practice, therefore, together as a classroom community, we will rehearse the rules together until each student is on the same
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT4page. Consequences will be discussed in the first day of school as well. Making good decisions in class by following the rules can lead to rewards and making bad decisions by breaking the rules can lead to punishment. “ …teachers should not assume students have previous knowledge of what each rule means, or the teacher expectations (Ackerman 2007). This being said, we should clearly explain each rule and post them in the walls as a reminder every day that rules must be followed.
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT5ReferencesAckerman, B. (2007). P. R. A. I. S. E.: Effectively guiding student behavior. Colorado Springs, CO: Purposeful Design Publications. Burden, P., & Byrd, D. (2016). Methods for effective teaching. United States of America: Pearson Education, Inc.NIV New International Version (2016) Holy Bible