It’s difficult to control yourself in the classroom if I were the teacher to be honest I will use punishment to the students but when I observed the class I learned how to be calm during the students are making misbehavior and overcome with this problem. Teaching is not an easy job because you have to arrange your time according to your topic but it’s impossible because students are always making misbehavior towards their teacher. I feel that I gained some strategies to be calm to the students’ misbehavior towards to the students and I learned how to make students more active in the classroom. And as a teacher we should arrange our time according to our topic and solve the problems as soon as possible so that we cannot lose time while solving the behavior problems and I try to engage with the topics and guess the students’ level and how to make my English level according to the students’ level. I learned how I should give the instructions to the students and how to manage the classroom.
Classroom management is a very important aspect within the class because it determines how students will learn. I have been in great classes where teachers have amazing classroom management, but also in rooms that are not under control and almost nothing gets done during the period. I think a teacher should have a specific routine, but realize if it not working with your classes that year. All students are different so what might work one year, may not work the next
By definition; Classroom management: a term used by teachers to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons run smoothly despite disruptive behavior by students. Classroom management is a very big part of teaching, almost as big as the lesson itself. From my experiences most classes that have EBD and students with disabilities, you may have 5 students with special needs, 3 students that need to make up work, 3 disruptive students, 2 students with ADHD, 3 students who don’t have their books or home work, 6 students who decided not to bring a pencil and two who have no more notebook paper, and all of this is on the good days. Under these circumstances it is easy to see why a teacher wouldn’t be successful. An effective teachers best tool for situations like this is classroom management.
G... ... middle of paper ... ...The main concerns seem to be that in order for the Strategy to be successful the standard of teaching needs to be highly effective. This involves the beliefs of teachers, which need to move away from the old traditional methods of teaching and promote as stimulating environment as possible for the pupils. There needs to be more emphasis on lower achievers so that they do not fall behind and parents need to be kept informed of their child’s progress in order to assist with their learning at home. Children that have particular difficulty in mathematics need to be assessed straight away, in order to plan future exercises that ensure that they do not fall behind.
“Creating and maintaining an orderly, productive classroom environment has long been viewed as one of the essential elements in teaching competence” (Evertson 1). As a future teacher I am very passionate about educating students. In my classroom I want to spend my time teaching, not having to deal with classroom interruptions. Many of my education classes discuss the topic of classroom management. However, one of the main concerns associated with classroom management is, that most beginning teachers end up leaving the profession due to having trouble managing their classrooms.
Teachers, who handle students with EBD, should consider using motivational teaching strategies. It is unfortunate that most of these students are often exposed to negative experiences in school and this reduces their morale in studying and they do not feel the need to strive and excel in their academics. It is therefore required that the teacher, implements strategies that are motivational and encouraging for the students to increase their want to study and visualize success. Rewards and positive feedback from the teacher will go a long way to ensure that the student becomes a better performer and participates in class activities more often. (Lewis & Sugai, 1999)
Principals have a lot on their job descriptions. One of those tasks principals must do is evaluate teachers. Some principals are good at doing this, while others are not so great because they lack the experience or put it off towards the end of their ever-growing list of tasks they must complete. In order for principals to make this a priority, they must do trainings related to teacher evaluations. I think school district need to do a better job at training school leaders get the proper training and use teacher evaluations to benefit both the teachers and students.
If the teacher is unable to control the class and force the student’s attention, then the lesson will not be as effective. Teachers who are able to interest the class are able to maintain the student’s attention. When the teacher serves merely as a sitter, the teacher is not conveying the lesson properly within a reasonable time frame. A good teacher is able to form a professional yet caring relationship with his or her students. If a teacher has one on one meeting with his or her students, the teacher manifests a clear commitment to each student and shows that he or she invests in their academic development.
The instructor should not expect all students get the knowledge right after he taught. Student may ask a lot of questions or need to be explained a lot of time to understand the material. The instructor should be patient to the student when dealing with different students. Knowing that there are a lot of materials from the book to cover in a school year, a well skilled instructor should always plan ahead for the lecture. Remember there are poorly skilled instructors too - most of us have had inexperienced or poor teachers.
To be an effective teacher and make a difference in a student’s life in the classroom, the teacher must always be positive with students. To have a negative attitude or discourage a student in anyway can cause them to regress in the class and in their lessons and will ultimately cause behavior problems for the teacher during class. The teacher must have good organizational skills. A classroom that is disorganized and does not have a cohesive flow with all materials and lessons organized in the right places will cause confusion in class and it will add to the inefficiency of the classroom. A teacher needs to learn how to write a lesson plan.