Summary: Personal Philosophy Of Classroom Management

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B: self-management
My personal philosophy of classroom management will begin with self-management. Teaching children self-management will be of great importance for having a successful class each year. The students will learn to pay attention to their own behavior, complete activities and engage in interactions using appropriate behavior (What Works, 2014). The children will know what is expected of them. They will monitor their own behavior and control their actions through the self-management techniques they have learned. I will introduce them to a behavior responsibility sheet. This sheet will list what is expected from them for the week. This sheet will have to be taken home and signed daily. This will help students learn what appropriate
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High self-efficacy is very important for student achievement. Students who have a strong sense of efficacy believe they can do what is asked of them. A student without high self-efficacy will not put much effort in their work. I will help my students gain self-efficacy by teaching them the skills to mastery experiences, offering creditable communication and feedback on task or motivation them to make their best effort (Macdonald, 2004). When students notice other students achieving their goals, it will encourage them to work hard and achiever their too. This will lead to academic success for the students in my classroom.
B: engagement and motivation Student engagement and motivation are also included in my philosophy. Keeping students engaged and motivated are essential to academic success. Allowing students to have a voice in class and teach interesting and relatable information are key for motivation. Students are more likely to put in the effort on doing a task if it is something they are interested in. Giving student’s choice on which task they want to do will keep them engaged and motivated.
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Students that do not feel like they are cared about are not going to care enough to do their work (Zakrzewski, Ph.D, "Four Ways Teachers Can Show They Care"). I will get to know Joey on a person level. I will take time to learn about his interest, background and his many strengths (Professional Learning Board, 2015). This will let him know that I care and I am there for him if he needs anything. He will be more open to talking to me about problems he may be having. I will model good behavior. This will help Joey and the other class members learn how to turn their negative behavior into positive behavior (Fernchild, "Modeling Behaviors of Respect for Children"). I will avoid getting anger and harsh at my students. I will let them know how proud of them I am when they have good behavior. I will never discipline them in front of the class and do it only in private. This will not embarrass him in front of the other students. This will show respect to him and in turn he will learn to respect me. He will feel safe with me and more

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