Essay about My Philosophy of Classroom Management

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A. Theoretical Introduction Philosophy of classroom management My philosophy on classroom management is a very simple one, first and most important, each teacher creates the weather in the classroom. Haim Ginott’s most famous and powerful quote describes exactly how I feel about this topic. It has touched my heart because I feel that if teachers around the world could read and reflect on this powerful words, the word “education” would have a more positive meaning in student’s lives.

I have come to a frightening conclusion.
I am the decisive element in the classroom.
It is my personal approach that creates the climate.
It is my daily mood that makes the weather.
As a teacher I possess tremendous power to make a
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I strongly believe that teachers can make or brake a student. As a student I remember a teacher humiliating me, which in turn, it scard me for life. Did she know what she was doing? Did she know her words would effect me for life? Did she mean to hurt me? Most likely the answer is “no” to all those questions. I will never know; but what I do know, is that most of us remember the negative things said to us, not the positive ones.
That is why I strongly emphasize that the teacher’s mood is the number one source of a positive or negative classroom management.

Assumptions the nature of young people and learning
I believe that each child has the right to an education no matter what economic situation he/she may have. I also believe that teachers should not be biased based on a family’s history, country of origin, where the neighborhood is, and siblings. We are all unique individuals and we all deserve unique treatment. Each child if given the opportunity will learn because a very important tool that we all possess is curiosity. All a child needs is a little motivation and a sense of love and belonging in their classroom, respect, and understanding from both parents and teachers. I strongly believe that education begins at home. Parents need to model good behavior, they need to be strict, yet fair, be involved in their child’s

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