Classroom is an environment for both teaching and learning. Classroom Management primary purpose is to have a control in the classrooms that will results to high levels of student engaged time. Classroom Management embodies aspects like discipline, motivation for teachers and students, safe and comfortable learning environment, and help build student’s self esteem. In having an effective Classroom Management, there are entities that should be considered and should collaborate like the teaching styles, student’s personalities, number of students in a class, and strategies that could easily help student to absorb the daily lectures. It is important that students are satisfied on the quality of the teachings they get but Classroom Management issues are of highest concern for beginning teachers. It is hard to reciprocate if you don’t have the right strategies and you are not organized about your plans of teaching.
There are also techniques in better classroom control that could help teachers manage and direct students in having a good learning environment. Teachers should show confidence in their teaching so that student will be motivated to ask questions and listen attentively. You should use softer voice so they could understand what you are saying. Teachers should plan on the lectures they will present to ensure that they fill up the period for learning activities and know student names as quickly as possible, which will make them more interactive in your lessons. These are some of the techniques that can be use in order to have a successful Classroom Management. Learning Environment is one of the aspects in having a good education for students. They should be provided with a setting that is conducive for learning. Approaches for learning is different for every practitioner which means teachers should have their own strategies in educating students.
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Brophy, J. (1983). Effective classroom management. The School Administrator, 40(7), 33-36.