Tuesday, 23 October 2012

How to Manage Student Dynamics in the classroom?

An effective classroom management system is integral in the creation of a learning environment that is supportive, calm and most importantly organised. You may have found that other teachers at your school have provided you with some advice or teaching methods that they believe will be useful. But before you implement the strategies, you must sit down and carefully analyse the student dynamics in your class. You must ask yourself: will these techniques suit my students’ learning styles and classroom behaviour? As we already know, all students are different and we must acknowledge that some techniques that are a success in one class may not necessarily be useful in another.

Below are some links that you may find helpful in making a start on building your skills to improve your classroom management.


No Author (2012). Classroom Management – Creating a Learning Environment, Setting Expectations, Motivational Climate, Maintaining a Learning Environment, When problems occur, last accessed: 21/10/2012, www.education.stateuniversity.com/pages/1834/Classroom-Management.html

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