Classroom Management and Organizational Planning Term Paper by zard

Classroom Management and Organizational Planning
An examination of classroom management techniques.
# 2678 | 1,500 words | 5 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Sep 21, 2003 in Education (Administration) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Business (Management)

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The author discusses the importance of creating classroom routines, plans and a safe environment for children to interact for effective classroom performance.

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"There are certain characteristics an educator must posses in order to establish a management and organizational plan. With this in mind, a lengthy topic discussed by Froyen & Iverson (1999) is conduct and covenant management within the classroom. In order to address this topic, it is imperative that the teacher establishes a classroom routine that is followed daily. It is also necessary to establish a safe environment in which students will be able to learn and feel they can share and discuss new knowledge. Lesson plans and materials need to flow and make sense to both my students and the educator. The sharing of expectations and goals to students for each lesson will help guide the students toward mastery of material. In order to address content management, a form of checking students understanding and evidence of mastery for each lesson should follow unit material. Any discipline problems that arise during a lesson should be solved with input from the student.'

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