Presentation Title

C-3 A System of Discipline: A Review of Classroom Management Models and Strategies

Presenter Information

Ellen Rodrigues, Andrews University

Presenter Status

PhD candidate, Department of Teaching, Learning & Curriculum

Location

Buller Room 150

Start Date

31-10-2014 3:30 PM

End Date

31-10-2014 3:45 PM

Presentation Abstract

An orderly classroom environment where teachers have the ability to manage and discipline students to engage cooperatively maximizes academic achievement. Teachers’ inability to manage disruptive behaviors is a source of frustration and an obstacle for their maintenance in the profession. Consequently, a systematic and intentional approach, along with careful orchestrated mechanisms must be built to provide ways to deal with unwanted behavioral problems in the classroom. The present paper pursues to review some of the most known models and strategies of classroom management showing how the literature currently has perceived them. The study explores the following models: Assertive Discipline, Model Logic Consequences, Discipline with Dignity, Positive Behavior Support Approach, and the Behavioral Education Program. The literature also proposes procedures and strategies for managing behaviors in the classroom, where classroom rules, praise, and planned ignoring are analyzed.

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Oct 31st, 3:30 PM Oct 31st, 3:45 PM

C-3 A System of Discipline: A Review of Classroom Management Models and Strategies

Buller Room 150

An orderly classroom environment where teachers have the ability to manage and discipline students to engage cooperatively maximizes academic achievement. Teachers’ inability to manage disruptive behaviors is a source of frustration and an obstacle for their maintenance in the profession. Consequently, a systematic and intentional approach, along with careful orchestrated mechanisms must be built to provide ways to deal with unwanted behavioral problems in the classroom. The present paper pursues to review some of the most known models and strategies of classroom management showing how the literature currently has perceived them. The study explores the following models: Assertive Discipline, Model Logic Consequences, Discipline with Dignity, Positive Behavior Support Approach, and the Behavioral Education Program. The literature also proposes procedures and strategies for managing behaviors in the classroom, where classroom rules, praise, and planned ignoring are analyzed.