According to Abassi, Murtaza and Riaz (2011), classroom management is a skill that is learned by practicing it daily. …show more content…
Teachers confront incompetence every day due to lack of confidence in the management of their classroom. Vis-a-vis they realize that competence is necessary to perform well and to achieve the educational goals of the students. This internal conflict could cause stress and impact instructional and behavioral strategies that teachers use to establish and maintain order in their classrooms.
Classroom management describes there are two goals of classroom management which are as follows:
a) To create and maintain a positive, productive learning environment.
b) To support and foster a safe classroom community
a) To create and maintain a positive, productive learning environment : By focusing on such activities that entail and maintain students interests , motivation and involvement
b) To support and foster a safe classroom community: It means students should be allowed to make the connections needed for learning to take …show more content…
c) With each rule or routine there should be a verbal or written description of why the rule is needed.
If the teacher knows its students better she can plan good quality management strategies and minimize disruptions in the classrooms. So, to reduce disruptions in the classrooms there is a need of effective classroom management plan, which aim at:
a) To help the students to keep their focus on task. Research demonstrates a significant relationship between the amount of content covered and student learning (Berliner(1988)).
b) To reduce distraction from learning.
c) To organize and facilitate the flow of learning activities. Assess to learning is assisted by the development of the rules and routines that increase involvement and participation. Therefore, management goal must complement learning goal.
d) To help the students to manage themselves. That is, to assist students to take responsibility for their own actions as they impact their work within the classroom. (Tan, Parsons, Hanson and Sardo-Brown, 2003).
The teacher can manage good classrooms and the behavior of the students by the following ways:
a) The need for socialization
b) Descriptive and disturbed