Student Behavior In The Classroom

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The framework of this assignment was to observe a teacher classroom management style, strategies, and students behaviors in the classroom. Check if the teacher is following an established and effective procedure, note whether positive interactions between the teacher and student occur more frequently than negative interactions.
Finally, locate some classroom management mistakes that occur in the class during observation and try to find solutions to increase effective classroom management and decrease problem student behaviors.
Classroom management Classroom management refers to the large type of skills and techniques that instructors use to keep students organized, focused, attentive, on task, and academically fruitful during a class.
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Inside, the floors shine the bright colors of the walls, there are beautiful pictures that students have painted hanging everywhere. The school is a building of 3 floors. The playground is wide and well organized, where students can play safely.
The inside and outside of the building are very attractive. The main entry area is clean and welcoming to all visitors. Student and staff bathrooms are clean, and in working order with paper supplies. Floors in the halls, offices, staircases, and classrooms are clean. All classroom doors are colorful and well decorated. Offices are clean, and well ordered. Classes bulletin boards are well organized and posted materials are up-to-date. The cafeteria is clean and well maintained, with a lot of varieties of healthy food.
Effective teaching and learning can only take place in a safe, secure and supportive school environment where students and staff members work together for the prosperity of all members of the school community.
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The Classroom is well-lit in order for students to read, write, and follow what their teacher is saying.
The desks are arranged in a way where all students face the teacher, and the teacher can walk around freely. Desks are new and clean and have the correct dimensions for the age of the students, every desk has a shelf where students keep their books and notebooks. A large whiteboard where the instructor or students can share notes with other members of the class.
The teachers’ desk is placed in a corner of the classroom in which she would be able to look over all the students in her class, which is an important part of classroom management. Names, class, and room number are posted on the classroom door, where parents and students can easily see them. The walls are well decorated, with some expectations that teacher would implement in her classroom.
Teacher’s description (Classroom management
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