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If classroom management is top of mind for you as we begin another school year, you’re not alone. So many educators in our WeAreTeachers community tell us they struggle with classroom management and are looking for support. These 12 classroom procedures, recommended in our WeAreTeachers HELPLINE group on Facebook, are a great place to start. 11 Techniques for Better Classroom Discipline Here are eleven techniques that you can use in your classroom that will help you achieve effective group management and control.

They have been adapted from an article called: “A Primer on Classroom Discipline: Principles Old and New” by Thomas R. McDaniel, Phi Delta Kappan, September 1986. “When I’m doing group work with children I always have a box of tricks with me, including stickers for neat work, good listening, sitting nicely, and so on. We also award house points for good behaviour.

The challenge of earning a reward really helps to focus children on their work.” Caren, year 6 teaching assistant. 2. Set manageable goals. School discipline is a system of a certain code of conduct, behavior and punishments for regulating students and making school well organized. For making teaching learning process effective, the classroom environment must be favorable and opportune. Must Read: Top 12 Classroom Management Tips.

Here are the ten awesome tips to manage discipline. Try these fresh classroom management tips and tricks with your class they do work! Tell us about your experience with them in the comments, we would love to hear your thoughts! 12 Superstition Worksheets For Teachers; Classroom Management and Discipline. Classroom Gamification.

5 Elements of One Low Cost Reward System. 0 18,687 0. Such as how well the students conduct themselves, how well they can work collaboratively with each other, and how effective the teacher’s discipline is on them.

All of these factors are a result of effective classroom management, and every great teacher will tell you that you must first learn how to maintain classroom discipline before honing. Discipline is simply a way to guide and manage a child’s behavior. Discipline is based on the quality of a child’s relationship with the care provider (a teacher in the classroom; mom and dad at home). When a child receives consistent response from a caring adult, trust, deep attachment and a sense of being wanted develops.

If you have kids, you may have noticed that they might act one way at home, but another completely different way at school—especially if their at-school behavior is better. Though not unusual. 10 Classroom Management Tricks That Work.

September 28, 2011 by Jenny Funderburke. Working with kids is the greatest task in the world, but it is also exhausting! Anytime you are in a room with children, you can be a minute away from chaos.

List of related literature:

Initiating desirable student behavior uses eight techniques: positive reinforcement, simple requests, the kitchen timer, the docking system, natural consequences, charting, counting for brief start behavior, and cross-dialogue.

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from Best Practices in Literacy Instruction, Fourth Edition
by Lesley Mandel Morrow, Linda B. Gambrell, et. al.
Guilford Publications, 2011

One interesting exercise is to keep a tape recorder running in the classroom and at the end of the day listen to see how many instructions, reprimands, and praises reflect on individual orientation (e.g., “Don’t bother the other children at the table; let everyone do their own work” “Wow!

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The primary limit-setting techniques that are taught to parents in this step are the use of time-out from reinforcement, privilege removal, and small work chores.

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by William T. O’Donohue, Jane E. Fisher
Wiley, 2009

Learn more about establishing rules and routines, recognizing the variations and limitations of limit setting, using omission training, using body language, initiating preferred activity time, praise, prompt, and leave, and using backup systems within and beyond the classroom.

“Classroom Management: Sound Theory and Effective Practice” by Robert T. Tauber
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This chapter describes several teaching strategies that teachers use to minimize off-task behavior and discipline problems.

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Review and analyze the techniques for better classroom discipline.

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Time-outs can also be effective if teachers simply remove a child from some ongoing activity.

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Frequent, systematic positive reinforcement of academic activities is also the most effective approach to classroom discipline.

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This strategy allows the teacher to control the group in a positive, helping way and decreases the impulse to nag children to pay attention.

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Teach families and school personnel to use behavioral techniques such as time-out, positive reinforcement, reward or privilege withdrawal, or a token system.

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  • It may be outdated yes but the basics in classroom management are still there! I was not born in 1947 but 1989 and I can still relate to those students and those basic elements of classroom management, which may be ‘outdated’ are still effective today!

  • I teach English for communication in Thailand.Grade 1 to grade 6.I cannot maintain discipline in my classrooms because I am a foreigner to these students.They call me by my name and see me as a friend and not a teacher.I just go with the flow now.It is great though.

  • Wow! There is so much difference between the first and second versions of this video. The teacher in the first version was very negative and threatening. I see why the students were acting out. Then when they showed the second version there was a complete difference in the students. This video shows that the same positive strategies in teaching long ago are the same as along time ago.

  • The only way to punish kids in a classroom is to take their phones and tell them, no more hanky panky with Jake and Logan Paul for you.

  • reminds me of the junior high school students i had to sit with ugg well i would be working while they would be running around or talking and not to mention throwing things around and half of it always hitting me especially at lunch.. when a substitute teacher would  be there it would be utter chaos. However they won’t get away with it in high school though i think the teachers at my old school though should watch something like this. 

  • First off some adults that are teachers can be very disrespectful as well, but it always seems that when teachers are disrespectful nothing seems to happen. But when a student or someone that is let’s say “below” the teacher is disrespectful they will get in a tremendous amount of trouble. We need less narcissism in our world! That’s all I have to say about that.

  • Ummmmm………..As one of the intelligent student in my school this is right, because students learn their behaviors on school,for me i dont have much friends and i dont talk much but im good at resitations this is right ✔️✔️✔️

  • Haha love it. I once had a teacher who when the class misbehaved said “I’m getting paid to stand here listening to you chat.” Was a great teacher.

  • Wow, an old training video that actually makes sense and isn’t too corny or stupid to be effective. It even outlines good methods for things, and doesn’t once tell teachers to abuse students! I’m impressed.

  • This video shows how a teacher can do,
    but what i want to know is what can i do as a student who can’t focus in class because of my classmates.

  • Kids are usually disrespectful because Dad isn’t around to teach them how to behave. The rising rate of single motherhood has some very negative results.

  • I really enjoyed this basic video. At the end of the day, a teacher has to have these basic skills to have good lessons and a reminder every now and again, isn’t a bad thing.

  • You can’t blame teachers for yelling. Kids today have no respect for anyone and part of it has to do with the school board failing to give them consequences.

  • It’s an old school video, but the lesson still proves true. Positivity and encouragement, along with being nice to students will go a lot further than anger and threats. The 2 scenarios show a big difference. Teachers have a responsibility to their students, if an entire class fails, it’s saying something about the teacher.

  • Where everyone talking about education system not changed…..
    And you came with the worst thumbnail and worst topic in this modern world.
    I disliks this video.