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Behavior Management for Beginning Teachers

Quite often teachers can graduate from their teaching qualification with very little guidance and experience in the area of behavior management. This can make the first few years of teaching more challenging than it really needs to be. This collection provides beginning teachers with some workable strategies they can incorporate into their classrooms to create a controlled learning environment that will increase learning and reduce the amount of disruption.
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Behavior Management for Beginning Teachers
  • Shelley Okposin says:
    Key skills to implement in your classes and add to your classroom behaviour management strategy.
  • seenmagazine.us
    seenmagazine.us

    Providing A Classroom Management Guide For Beginning Teachers

    7 minute read
    Shelley Okposin says:
    In the teaching profession today, it is evident that a teacher's success in the classroom is largely influenced by their ability to manage the behavior of their students. Donald K. Perras identifies the complex social and environmental factors that influence students' classroom behavior. Through a number of case studies, he highlights the need for school management to implement a positive system rather than a negative, haphazard approach.
  • Shelley Okposin says:
    This multiple-choice quiz contains 20 questions relating to the work of educational theorist, Jacob Kounin. The quiz is a wonderful way to to get you thinking about how you would handle different classroom situations. It is will also help you to identify teacher instructional behavior which may be counter-productive.
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    cpl.asn.au

    Managing Student Behaviour

    5 minute read
    Shelley Okposin says:
    The writer of this article, Helen McMahon, acknowledges that behavior management in not the sole responsibility of an individual but requires a collaborative and consistent effort across the school. She approaches the issue of behavior management from the position of having been a classroom teacher as well as her experience as a school principal. She offers teachers some key pieces of advice which she elaborates on in a series of detailed and upbeat attachments.
  • Shelley Okposin says:
    Behavior management guru, Dr. Bill Rogers, answers a question from a beginning teacher on how to settle a rowdy class at the beginning of a lesson. He identifies some of the common mistakes teachers make when trying to cut across fractious noise and unsettled behavior. He offers some practical advice which emphasizes using calm, clear and directional language.