Keeping everyone in their seats and quiet is only part of effective classroom management. Developing good relationships with your students, encouraging them to participate in their learning, and sharing a little bit of yourself are all important goals. In addition to benefiting students, a positive classroom culture also benefits educators. It is effective because it increases student performance by creating an organized learning environment that fosters the development of student’s academic abilities and competencies while also fostering their social and emotional development.
There are 5 strategies for effective classroom management:
- Recognize your students.
- Set effective boundaries.
- Stick to the schedule you’ve established.
- Rational Detachment can help you practice patience.
- Be conscious of the reasons for your behaviour.