High School Classroom Management Strategies


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Which of the following people in a classroom can be used to model good classroom behavior?

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1. What is the most important aspect of any classroom pattern that you put in place?

2. Small group work that helps manage classroom behavior requires which of the following?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Using this quiz and worksheet allows you to evaluate your knowledge of how to effectively manage a high school classroom. You must be familiar with topics like small group work and who in a classroom can be models of good behavior if you plan on passing the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Gauge your understanding of these topics with the help of the quiz and worksheet:

  • People in the classroom who can model good behavior
  • Classroom patterns and how to make them effective for classroom management
  • Small group work
  • Techniques for ensuring student attention during questions
  • Benefits of high school students' experience with multiple classroom management strategies

Skills Practiced

Practice these skills as you complete the quiz and review the worksheet:

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about students' experience with different styles of classroom management and correctly interpret how it can be beneficial for their teachers
  • Information recall _ access the knowledge you have gained regarding those individuals in a classroom who can have an impact on good behavior
  • Making connections - understand how small group work can be used by teachers to manage their classroom and what must occur for it to work

Additional Learning

For more information about this topic, read through the lesson titled High School Classroom Management Strategies. It explores into the following objectives:

  • Understand how the teacher's behavior in a classroom can impact the behavior of students
  • Examine classroom patterns and their features
  • Identify the steps towards successful group work
  • Discover techniques for asking questions that will encourage students to be engaged in the discussion