Classroom Management Plan
Iam staunched not only to enhancing safety of my learners of alldemographics, but also making my class a challenging ground. In suchcase, I aim at full engagement with my students via one-on-oneinteraction as well as curriculum. Apparently, I am confident thathelping all my students’ progress through reinforcing theirsignificant need is a pivotal proportion of my class. Therefore, Iwant them to feel comfortable both with me, an approach that promotescompetent as well as efficient discussions. Group discussion is myprimary objective as it helps students open up their mind, learn fromtheir classmates and be able to ask me questions that would guaranteetheir success. Primarily, I want my class to be both democratic andequitable. I am confident that through fairness, I can earn trustfrom all learners, hence being able to exercise my knowledge sharingskills.
However,I want to reinforce my students through portraying competentbehaviors. I am confident that most of my learners are observanthence they will do a lot to emulate my actions. I want them to have afeeling of accomplishment that motivates them towards a brighterfuture (Zimmerman & Schunk, 2014). More importantly, I want mystudents to embrace progress since people’s response to events oreven stimuli determines their transition in behavior.
Whileconsidering the welfare of both my students and me, we have set manyexpectations. Firstly, I inspire my student to remain active.Precisely, I am positive-minded hence inducing the trait to mylearners is not difficult (Burden, 2016). Secondly, I expect mystudent to respect self and others. It is an approach that helps theminteract freely with others in the learning environment. Further, Iexpect my students to respect the classroom. It is the only way theycan be able to embrace learning knowing that they are in a specialplace.
Notably,my classroom has various rules. They include:
Always work smart and hard to get high credits.
Follow guidelines at all times.
Take pride of one’s classroom as well as school.
Listen to the instructors.
Take good care of one’s property to prevent unnecessary wrangles.
Onthe issue of classroom routines, I want to be both consistent andrealistic with the learners. I want to be creative, hence generatenew ideas on a daily basis for my student to emulate. Further, Icaptivate to free writing and reading assignments, which allowslearners to participate while I monitor and guide their progress(Burden, 2016). Through interactive notebooks, I also allow mystudents to take notes, complete assignments and attach necessaryhandouts. More importantly, keeping a journal helps the students tokeep note records for revision. The notebook also eases my work,especially when monitoring the work and progress of my learners.
Routinemisbehaviors among student can be achieved through various ways.Firstly, a punishment that makes a student realizes that doing wronghas impacts that can hinder him/her from experiencing the best of aschool or class (Zimmerman & Schunk, 2014). For instance,engaging a student in sit out while other students have free or funtime make him/her regret doing wrong, hence changing. Secondly, amisbehaving student should remain in class during timeout to learnabout his/her wrongs. Also, asking the learners to write a plan ofhow he/she wishes to transit from wrong behaviors motivate change ofbehavior. At some point, routine misbehaviors are managed throughinvolving parents and even allowing the students to remain close to ateacher at times.
Supportingan Emotionally Safe Environment
Meanwhile,to enhance learning as well as dealing effectively with conflicts,emotions, and weighty behavior problems, a classroom must implementvarious aspects. Firstly, encourage openness among learners and theirteachers (Burden, 2016). Most students tend to experience problemsbecause they do have anyone they can trust. Therefore, motivatinginteraction and cooperation in the classroom can hold a great deal.Secondly, enhancing equality in class some learners engage inconflicts as well as emotional behaviors because they think they areweak or ineffective. It is thus inherent to ensure that all studentshave a sense of belonging.
Burden,P. R. (2016). Classroommanagement: Creating a successful K-12 learning community.Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Zimmerman,B. J., & Schunk, D. H. (2014). Educationalpsychology: A century of contributions: A project of division 15(educational psychology) of the American Psychological Society.Routledge.
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