Essay on Classroom Management

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STUDENT GRADE/MARK REPORT Course Assessment/Student Details | Course Code: | EDU 4003 | Course Name: | Research Methodology and Reflective Practice in Education | Course Teacher: | Dean Vanvelzer | Task Title: | Literature Review | Student Name: | | Student ID: | |

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ASSESSMENT COVER PAGE Course Name: | Research Methodology and Reflective Practice in Education | Course Code: | EDU 4003 | Instructor Name: | Mr. Dean Vanvelzer | Task Title: | Literature Review | Due Date: | March 23rd 2016 | Date Submitted: | March 23rd 2016 |

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The purpose of our research is to examine the existence of classroom management problems in primary schools in the UAE and to discover the effective techniques and skills considered necessary for teachers to manage their classes effectively.

Our research seeks to answer the following questions:

1. How can the stand up game improve or change student’s behavior? 2. What is the effect of using solution focused approach for students and teachers? 3. What is the role of building rapport between teachers and students in classroom management?

To answer these questions, we used both a quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis. The action research was conducted in 2 primary government schools for boys in Dubai for one month. Around 5 teachers participated in this study. They were chosen to participate in informal interviews. In addition, 60 male public primary schools student’s was a part in the study.

The findings show that there is a serious problem regarding classroom management in primary schools in the UAE. Furthermore, the study suggests some beneficial implications for teachers for effective classroom management. One of those implications is the stand up game. Another approach is solution-focused and the last is building good relationships with students.

2.Overview of the study

Some teachers face many challenges and problems in primary schools in the UAE. One of the most major problems is controlling

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