The Classroom Management Secret, and 45 Other Keys to a Well-Behaved Classroom by Michael LinsinIn The Classroom Management Secret, you will learn how pursuing just two simple principles will allow you to grab ahold of the rewarding and meaningful teaching career youve always dreamed of. Based on the popular blog, Smart Classroom Management, the book progresses step-by-step through 46 keys, showing you how to manage your classroom in a way that inspires your students to want to behave. By the end, you will have the knowledge to take over any K-8 classroom and create the kind of peaceful buy joyous learning experience your students will always remember.
Classroom Management: 4 Keys to Starting the Year off Right
You worked long and hard to earn your teaching credentials, and this year you have your own classroom for the first time. With that classroom come new responsibilities: learn the curriculum, create instructional units, obtain materials, learn policies and procedures, set goals, and establish classroom rules. The decisions you make this year can have consequences for your professional career and for the lives of your students. One of the most important decisions you'll make centers on how you manage your classroom—what kind of learning atmosphere you will create and maintain. By keeping just five key principles in mind, you can create a successful classroom management system that will work at all grade levels and with all teaching styles.
By using research-based strategies combining appropriate levels of dominance and cooperation and an awareness of student needs, teachers can build positive classroom dynamics. Today, we know more about teaching than we ever have before. Research has shown us that teachers' actions in their classrooms have twice the impact on student achievement as do school policies regarding curriculum, assessment, staff collegiality, and community involvement Marzano, a. We also know that one of the classroom teacher's most important jobs is managing the classroom effectively. A comprehensive literature review by Wang, Haertel, and Walberg amply demonstrates the importance of effective classroom management. These researchers analyzed 86 chapters from annual research reviews, 44 handbook chapters, 20 government and commissioned reports, and 11 journal articles to produce a list of variables affecting student achievement.
By keeping just five key principles in mind, you can create a successful classroom management system that will work at all grade levels and with all teaching.
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Can't find what you are looking for? Contact Us. Listen to my interview with Michael Linsin here or read a full transcript. When I was a teacher, classroom management was not my strongest suit. I relied heavily on forming good relationships with my students, thereby preventing misbehavior.