Effective classroom management is the key to a successful classroom. Diligently prepared lessons lose their effectiveness if proper classroom management policies are not in place. When a teacher masters the art of running a classroom effectively, energy is saved and can be put towards the delivery of the lesson. Proper classroom management creates less tension on the part of the teacher. Our students sense when we are stressed. Therefore, a tense teacher yields tense students. Creating an effectively managed classroom avoids this type of unnecessary stress. Looking back at the classroom management survey, I notice that the lowest marks relate to inappropriate classroom behavior. This correlates the most with our course information pertaining to disruptive classroom behavior. Ironically, without even thinking about it, this information is what interested me the most. Our resources help me see better ways of handling these behaviors. The better I am at resolving the disruptive situations, the quicker we can get back to work. Student learning will be maximized because I will not waste time handling discipline . Moreover, other discipline issues will not happen because of our classroom procedures, policies, and consequences. Conquering discipline issues and preventing future problems will instill confidence in my teaching ability. This will aid in my belief that I will be able to successfully handle any discipline issue that arises. After reviewing the application for week one, I would like to improve on my handling of disruptive behaviors. Although they occur infrequently in my classes, I want to be prepared for the situations. I still become flustered when a student begins to act defiant or disrespectful. This is especially true for the first time it happens and I am caught off guard. The steps I will follow to resolve these behaviors are to apply what we learned in this course. Moving the student’s...
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