Reflection Of Classroom Management

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Classroom management is crucial for every teacher to have in a successful learning environment. I believe that students need to be controlled and disciplined; students at this age need to be guided in the right path. They are capable of self-discipline but need to be shown what the rules of the classroom are and what is the expectation of the teacher. I believe that students are basically good but that the environment around them influences them tremendously. If they maintain busy with instruction then they will not have time to be disruptive and they need to be guided to behave appropriately. Students should feel that they are in a safe, nurturing and supporting environment where they can learn. The rules in the classroom should implicate …show more content…
Respecting one another will be an expectation in my classroom and there will be no tolerance for being disrespectful. I view students as equals because they are at school to gain an education and just like I expect them to listen and respect me I will do the same for them. They will learn better and listen if I demonstrate that I care for their best interest in learning. I do not believe that establishing a democratic classroom and giving students responsibility is letting them take over the classroom because students will have their own opinion, they are all unique individuals who not only learn differently but have a different way of thinking and allowing them to have a say in their own learning is not letting them control the classroom. It is the teacher’s responsibility to set rules and expectations in the classroom and control students who are repeating bad …show more content…
Also taking away their free time because they were very talkative a day in class. Students will learn by example and this will modify their behavior. Positive and negative consequences will vary behavior but creating an intervention plan with bad students will help them understand and slowly monitor progress. During my field experience I have noticed that my cooperative teacher has taken away fun activities/ labs in class because of the way that students were behaving and this has shown a positive impact on their behavior in future classes because the teacher follows thru with what she says she will do if they do not behave. The ultimate goal of my classroom management is not to manage control of the class but to ensure that everyone meets my expectations in order for them to learn in an effective and supportive environment but to teach students self-discipline and to understand the rules and consequences of my classroom by acting accordingly. I would feel more comfortable adhering to the tenets of a school adopted classroom management program to start with because it is familiar with what students have been seeing as a school wide concept but then to see what specific classroom related rules I may want to add or have more classroom engagement rules that the students may want to add so that they feel

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