Ch 3: Personal Philosophy of Classroom Management

About This Chapter

Use these lessons to learn about the benefits of developing a personal philosophy of classroom management, ways of developing effective instructional classroom procedures, physical and spatial classroom design, developing rapport with students and the importance of involving students' parents in their children's education.

Personal Philosophy of Classroom Management - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you will review the different things to keep in mind when you are developing your personal philosophy of classroom management. With these short, engaging lesson videos improve your understanding of:

  • How having a personal philosophy can be helpful in classroom management
  • Effective ways to distribute materials, take attendance and transition students between classes
  • Effective uses of classroom space and placement of educational tools
  • Developing positive relationships with students
  • Working with parents

Following these lessons, test your understanding of these topics by taking the lesson quizzes. If you have any questions about the topics, contact the instructor using your personal dashboard.

How It Helps

  • Builds awareness: These lessons will inform you of the importance of having and developing a personal philosophy of classroom management.
  • Builds positive relationships: With these lessons you will review ways you can improve relationships with students and their parents.
  • Improves learning environments: Implementing what you learn in this chapter will help you make the best use of your classroom space, educational tools and time.

Skills Covered

By the end of this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Develop a personal philosophy of classroom management
  • Plan effective instructional classroom procedures
  • Create an effective class room design
  • Develop rapport with students and their parents
  • Involve parents in their children's education

5 Lessons in Chapter 3: Personal Philosophy of Classroom Management
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Developing a Personal Philosophy of Classroom Management

1. Developing a Personal Philosophy of Classroom Management

Classroom management is one of the most important aspects of teaching. Your system will depend largely on your personal beliefs and feelings. This lesson details how you can develop a philosophy for successful classroom management.

How to Plan Instructional Procedures in the Classroom

2. 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 Develop an Effective Classroom Design

3. How to Develop an Effective Classroom Design

An important factor for teachers to consider when preparing for instruction is how to set up their classroom. This lesson describes factors to consider when planning the physical design for a classroom.

How to Develop Rapport with Students

4. How to Develop Rapport with Students

Developing positive relationships with students is an important part of the job for educators. This lesson describes ways to do this and shows how to apply these methods to your everyday teaching.

Involving Parents as Partners in Education

5. Involving Parents as Partners in Education

Parents play a vital role at all stages of a child's education, and a supportive role in education can improve achievement. In this lesson, we will discuss how school and family partnership impact the students' education outcome.

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