Ch 24: Classroom Management Approaches

About This Chapter

This chapter reviews approaches that educators can take to create effective learning environments through classroom management. These lessons and quizzes are a great resource for teachers who wish to brush up on this information or aspiring educators preparing for exams.

Classroom Management Approaches - Chapter Summary

From various types of management approaches to daily routines and organization, this chapter covers a number of classroom management strategies. Gain a better understanding of strategies for managing student behavior, discipline and cultural differences. You can also study the importance of routines and organization of materials to support student learning. Once you have completed this chapter, you should be able to do the following:

  • Provide details about self-discipline, permissive and preventive approaches to classroom management
  • Discuss aspects of the hierarchical and supportive classroom management approaches
  • Apply culturally-responsive classroom management strategies
  • Describe positive guidance techniques for teachers
  • Create classroom schedules and routines
  • Understand the importance of classroom material organization
  • Differentiate between assertive and democratic discipline in the classroom
  • Detail methods for disciplining students with disabilities

Each lesson consists of expert instruction presented in an easy-to-follow format and is accessible 24/7 from any device. You can also print lesson transcripts to create quick offline reference materials. Use the self-assessment quizzes to determine your readiness in moving from one topic to the next, and track your progress through the chapter on your handy Dashboard.

11 Lessons in Chapter 24: Classroom Management Approaches
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Self-Discipline Approach to Classroom Management

1. Self-Discipline Approach to Classroom Management

Every teacher wants to have good behavior in the classroom. But is there a way to increase good behavior and also boost students' self-discipline? In this lesson, we'll explore the self-discipline approach to classroom management.

Preventive Approach to Classroom Management Strategies

2. Preventive Approach to Classroom Management Strategies

How can teachers prevent misbehavior from happening? How can they stop it before it ever gets started? In this lesson, we'll look at preventive discipline, including how it allows teachers to prevent misbehavior, and how it can be implemented in the classroom.

Permissive Approach to Classroom Management

3. Permissive Approach to Classroom Management

How can teachers create an engaging classroom environment? In this lesson, we'll look at permissive teaching strategies and how they impact classroom management and student learning.

Hierarchical Approach to Classroom Management

4. Hierarchical Approach to Classroom Management

How do teachers discipline different types of infractions? And what about students who repeatedly misbehave? In this lesson, we'll explore the hierarchical approach to classroom management and how it addresses these questions.

Supportive Approach to Classroom Management Strategies

5. Supportive Approach to Classroom Management Strategies

How can teachers head off misbehavior early on? In this lesson, we'll take a look at supportive discipline and how it allows teachers to stop misbehavior in its earliest stages through helping students get back on task.

Culturally-Responsive Classroom Management Strategies

6. Culturally-Responsive Classroom Management Strategies

A student's culture can play a large part in how they learn. When it comes to classroom management, knowing how to respond to and incorporate students' cultures can enhance student learning. Read on to learn more about culturally-responsive classroom management strategies.

Positive Guidance Techniques for Teachers

7. Positive Guidance Techniques for Teachers

As teachers, it is always important for us to provide positive guidance to students of all ages. This lesson explains why positive guidance is important and gives you some ideas for how to incorporate more positive guidance into your practice.

Establishing Daily Classroom Routines

8. Establishing Daily Classroom Routines

The learning environment must be properly managed to promote student success. This lesson describes ideas for making clear expectations for classroom schedules, transitions, and routines.

How to Organize Classroom Materials

9. How to Organize Classroom Materials

Teachers make many decisions about instruction, beginning with how to organize their classroom space. This lesson outlines methods of effectively organizing classroom materials to support learning, teach autonomy, and prolong the life of objects.

Assertive vs. Democratic Discipline in Classrooms

10. Assertive vs. Democratic Discipline in Classrooms

How should students be disciplined in the classroom? What method brings about the best results? This lesson will describe and differentiate between assertive discipline and democratic discipline. Examples and strategies for using both approaches will also be provided.

Methods & Considerations for Disciplining Students with Disabilities

11. Methods & Considerations for Disciplining Students with Disabilities

Students with disabilities have unique needs and disciplining them is no easy task. This lesson will discuss the methods and considerations for disciplining students with disabilities. We will end with a short quiz to see what you have learned.

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