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EDU 3104 Classroom Management and Behaviour

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Pengurusan Bilik Darjah dan Tingkah Laku

untuk Program Ijazah Sarjana Muda Perguruan Choong Lean Keow, PhD Budiman KL
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Chapter 1 Classroom Management in the Primary School

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Concept of Classroom

As a work place task connected to teaching and learning process Ecology system interaction between personal ecology and classroom ecology

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As a work place

A place where student come to school to study and teacher come to teach School is a place where both student and teacher have their own roles to play

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Duty of a teacher :

Teach Planning of lesson Determine learning objectives Control classroom activities Create conducive classroom environment Guide and supervise students encouragement
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Duty of a student :

Pay attention in class Take active part in class activities Do exercises Do home work Follow class regulations etc
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As an Ecology System

Classroom is regarded as a habitat where teacher and student (inhabitants) mutually interact to make the process of teaching and learning a success. (living is prolonged) Interdependent Interpersonal communication Personal ecology interaction of 4/17/12 88 teachers and students personal

Characteristics of Classroom

Doyle (1986) :

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Multi dimensional :

List of duty and responsibility of teacher and student Teacher and student different experience and background Responsibility of teacher ? Responsibility of student ?

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Simultaneous element :

Various experiences and activities happening at the same time Example : teacher explaining, at the same time teacher have to make sure student pay attention and understand

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Immediacy :

The effect of an action that happened quickly Example : a student was injured by a sharp object that was thrown. Teacher has to take Immediate action to help the student

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Unpredictable :

Many things can happen in class that cannot be predicted Teacher and student should be open in solving problems Teacher should be open to constructive criticism from student
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Openness :

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History :

Background information of students Academic record, health record, achievement record, report from teacher of the student Inventory

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Concept of classroom management

Early 1970s, classroom management and classroom teaching are considered different 1980s, classroom management involves teaching and managing students Creating and maintaining a positive learning environment
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Definition of classroom management

Strategy to ensure physical and psychological safety of student Technique use by teacher to change behavior of problem student and enhance discipline Methods used to ensure a smooth and orderly teaching and learning process Teaching technique that support 4/17/12 1616 positive behavior of student

Brophy and Evertson (1976):

Classroom management skill plays an important part in the success and effectiveness of the teaching and learning process A process to solve problems related to classroom regulations
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Doyle (1979) :

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McCaslin and Good (1992) :

It involves more than adhering (obey) to classroom regulations, It is used to enhance personal understanding, self evaluation, and self control among the students

Sanford, Emmer and Clements (1983) :


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Summary of meaning of classroom management :

Aspects given attention are :


Knowledge and skills Management strategy Classroom psycho-social environment

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Conceptual model of classroom management


Classroom management Set up classroom regulation

Facilitating student learning Knowledg e and skill Manage strategy

Psycho social environme nt

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Knowledge and skill :

Content knowledge Pedagogical knowledge Knowledge about student Need a good plan to manage classroom regulation, routine, and procedure

Managing strategy :

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Psycho social environment :

influence the relationship between teacher and student Teacher need to create healthy psycho social environment in the classroom

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Characteristics of a teacher that is effective in classroom management (Evan 2001)


Dedication, facilitator, caring, concern

Like reading, explore, get along with society, good mental health

Can manage classroom, time, behavior, motivate student. Like to teach

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Effective Teacher (Goh, 2005)


Positive attitude, believe in student, accept all student

Take the initiative to get information about students, plan early

Take action to prevent problems like set up rules for students to follow

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Effective Teacher
Commitment Responsibility Integrity

Practise good values Role model

Content Teaching strategy Planning skill Classroom management skill Motivation and communication skill

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Thank you very much

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