Classroom Management: Creating a Positive Learning by Ming-tak Hue

Classroom Management: Creating a Positive Learning by Ming-tak Hue

By Ming-tak Hue

This publication specializes in lecture room administration in fundamental and secondary colleges. It deals principles, useful advices, theories, frameworks for lecturers to control educating, studying and scholars' behaviour in potent and effective manners. methods to behavior administration and promoting of optimistic interpersonal relationships between institution participants are provided.

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As most teachers recognize, it is crucial to master and refine this skill for responding to any students who violate classroom rules and to resolve any problems with individuals or groups of students. Teachers who put more emphasis on this are inclined to have tight procedures and enforcement of rules, and a clear statement of rights, expectations and roles. In some contexts, teachers exercise their power directly in managing classes, believing that administering punishment and scolding are the most appropriate ways to control students’ misbehaviour and get respect for their authority; and students become used to being treated strictly and constantly disciplined.

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