Classroom Management and Inclusion Research Paper by brooksl

Classroom Management and Inclusion
This paper explains how to manage an elementary level and middle-school level classroom. It then shows how to manage included disabled students.
# 64882 | 3,582 words | 8 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Apr 09, 2006 in Education (Special) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (Theory)

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This paper researches the different ways to have good management both in the elementary and in the middle-school classroom. It then examines inclusive education and how it is best managed. Finally, this paper discusses how to combine good management skills with inclusive education. Teachers will always strive to find the best combination for their students because their success is the number one goal of the American public school system. Educating teachers on management skills and inclusive skills is the only way for them to succeed at managing inclusive classrooms. This paper aims to educate these teachers, school administrators and parents; all of whom have the same goal for the students in their lives.

Elementary Level Management
Middle-School Level Management
Inclusion in the Classroom

From the Paper:

"Elementary level children range in age of four all the way to sometimes twelve years of age. These students are at a crucial time in both their personality and physical development. Generally, teachers may spend more waking hours with these children than their parents do so it is crucial that teachers work as effectively as possible. Most of this effectiveness is keeping organization in the classroom through good management skills. In order to adequately manage the elementary level classroom the teacher must look at organizing their classroom and supplies, choosing rules and procedures, managing student work, planning and conducting instruction, maintaining appropriate student behavior and managing problem behaviors, and managing special groups."

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