My Philosophy: My Personal Philosophy Of Classroom Management

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INTRODUCTION
Providing a secure and safe learning environment, maximizing opportunities, as well as providing comfortable classrooms for students are some of the fundamental elements that a teacher must observe (Eyster & Martin, 2010). As a third grade teacher, my philosophy for this class will be ensuring a safe and comfortable learning classroom environment for every student. Based on this, this essay will document diverse strategies which students face as well as establish strategies that will optimize learning opportunities for every learner in this classroom.
TASK 1: My Personal Philosophy of Classroom Management
It is the duty of every teacher to ensure a safe and comfortable learning environment for every student (Eyster & Martin, 2010). My philosophy for third grade students will be providing and maintaining a safe and comfortable learning environment that supports key elements of effective classroom management which are managing student behavior, time, as well as implementing instructional strategies. The quest for self-management is innate in every human being. Based on this, it has been established that
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Evidently, this justifies how my philosophy that is designed to provide a safe and secure learning environment will promote self-efficacy in students. For instance; the notion of being bullied is the worst nightmare to every student and may disrupt their learning process which will eventually abhor their determination and efficacy. Based on the philosophy that I have implemented in this essay, everyone can agree with me that providing a secure and safe learning environment to students can increase their performance which is determined by their learning efficacy as well as in their other academic relevant learning

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