Why Students Behave Inappropriately In The Classroom

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In the 21st century, many educators struggle with classroom management and it is very difficult for teachers to teach a lesson where students are not being motivated or engaged. When students are not been motivated or engaged in the lesson, they tend to misbehave and interrupt instruction because their needs are not being met. According to Jones and Jones (2006), he emphasized that fifty eight percent of classroom time allocated for instruction is lost due to student behavior that disrupts their learning and that of others. As I read different pieces of information this week, I discovered the factors involved in why students act inappropriately in the classroom as well as what we need to implement as educators to overcome this issues. The topic …show more content…
For this reason, I implement effective strategies where students work in groups, interchange ideas, provide positive feedback, and share their differences. As educators, we must understand that external factors do have an impact in student learning and behavior; therefore, we must be ready to meet their needs and provide a learning environment in which all students feel safe and valued. One of the insights this week is about the four principles of effective classroom management and what we must implemented in our daily lessons. According to Jones, Bailey & Jacob, (2014), an effective educator must plan the lesson carefully, establish positive relationships with students, remind classroom expectations during instruction, and includes ongoing processes of observations and …show more content…
For instance, they enjoy using computers because I assign instructional games for them to complete when they are done with the lesson. In fact, every Wednesday I take my students to work on lessons to the computer lab where they utilized technology to finish the assignments. They also do projects using the internet, read articles, and do research on mathematicians. In terms of meeting the diverse needs of my students, I help English Learners acquire vocabulary in one special area in my classroom and after school for one hour. We play instructive games that help them practice their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. All these activities in the classroom invite students to behave appropriately and become independent learners. Classroom management is about supporting students to manage themselves throughout daily learning and activities; therefore, teachers must provide the necessary tools they need to interact with and meet the demands of the social and instructional environment of school (Jones, Bailey & Jacob, 2014). I believe technology plays an important role in the success on my students because it creates a learning environment where students have fun and learn at the same time. Every week, I take my students to work on lessons to the

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