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Ch 13: Fundamentals of Classroom Management

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With this engaging chapter, you can review the fundamentals of classroom management to ensure you understand them completely. These video and text lessons are a great way to boost your confidence ahead of an important exam so you can do your very best.

Fundamentals of Classroom Management - Chapter Summary

Our team of expert instructors created this chapter covering the fundamentals of classroom management for your convenient and flexible study. Some of the topics presented in these lessons include classroom routines, instructional procedures and diversity in the classroom. This chapter should assist you in achieving the following goals:

  • Outline effective classroom management techniques
  • Model positive behavior in the classroom using proven strategies
  • Establish successful daily classroom routines
  • Use and plan instructional procedures for the classroom
  • Manage a differentiated classroom
  • Utilize culturally-responsive management strategies in the classroom
  • Teach your students to appreciate diversity

Whether you're working to catch up in class or to finish a tough homework assignment, this chapter is designed for you. Mobile-friendly lessons are accessible 24 hours a day, and each lesson is accompanied by a short quiz. You can use the video tabs to navigate to a specific section of a video lesson or view the entire video as needed. Our instructors are happy to answer any questions submitted through the Dashboard.

7 Lessons in Chapter 13: Fundamentals of Classroom Management
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Classroom Management Techniques

1. Classroom Management Techniques

Managing the classroom is a challenge that all teachers face, and the decisions and actions a teacher takes in this area are extremely influential. In this lesson, we discuss different aspects of classroom management and the importance of creating a plan before the term begins.

Strategies for Modeling Positive Behavior in the Classroom

2. Strategies for Modeling Positive Behavior in the Classroom

As teachers, we often expect students to demonstrate exemplary behavior. Modeling is one of the most important ways to teach the behaviors we want to see. This lesson offers some strategies for modeling good behavior in the classroom.

Establishing Daily Classroom Routines

3. 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 Plan Instructional Procedures in the Classroom

4. How to Plan Instructional Procedures in the Classroom

Procedures in the classroom are an incredibly important tool to use to keep things moving and flowing smoothly. This lesson will detail several useful procedures and how to plan and implement them in your classroom.

How to Manage a Differentiated Classroom

5. How to Manage a Differentiated Classroom

Differentiated instruction is a method teachers use to make sure all students learn. This lesson shows you how to manage aspects of a differentiated classroom, so you can spend more time on students and less time organizing.

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.

Teaching Diversity in the Classroom

7. Teaching Diversity in the Classroom

Diversity is a key aspect of what students can learn in school. This lesson may give you some ideas about helping students appreciate and understand diversity in helpful and meaningful ways.

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