Academic Success through Classroom Management
This course offers practical and theoretical approach on how to organize the classes in order to induce students' cooperation in learning tasks and deal with the procedural demands in the classroom. Classroom management involves how the teacher works, how the class works, how the teacher and student work together and finally, how the teaching and learning takes place. Every teacher can gain the skill to manage the classroom, but it requires a great deal of commitment, initiative, a willingness to adjust, as well as creative thinking and actions. Poorly managed classrooms are usually characterized by disruptive behaviour such as sleeping, being late, making unproductive noise, eating, calling nicknames, verbal or physical threat to students or the teacher. This disruptive behaviour disorganises learning processes and affects the academic performance of students. Teachers can deal with the disruptive behaviour in the classroom and reduce it to the minimum through effective classroom management so that effective learning can take place. Once teachers are able to effectively reduce or eliminate disruptive behaviour in the classroom, there will be increased academic attentiveness and engagement which would make way for better academic performance.
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