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  • Classroom management 2/e
  • Kruger AG, Van Schalkwyk OJ
  • ISBN: 9780627022876
  • eISBN: N/A
  • ePub ISBN: N/A
  • 192 Pages | Published: 1997

Problems that face teachers and educators today include the lack of a sound culture of teaching and learning in the classroom, the lack of student discipline and poor classroom management skills.

The revised edition of Classroom management presents a new and comprehensive approach to the ever-important subject of the teacher's task in the classroom and deals with a number of new and relevant topics, particularly in view of the demands made on teachers in the new South Africa.

This updated edition meets the needs of and new criteria for teacher education in classroom management, as set out in the Cotep document. It provides insight into the different approaches to classroom management, the knowledge and skills needed to manage the various aspects of the teaching-learning situation, and certain critical issues that modern-day teachers must be able to deal with.

The text is interesting, interactive and user-friendly, which makes it more accessible to both teachers and students.

Every student in the field of teacher training and educational studies as well as every teacher should own and use this book as a resource and a guide in their daily practice.

Part I: Classroom management in context

1 Classroom management: Nature and purpose

2 The classroom: Its components and characteristics

3 Classroom management: Styles, dimensions and principles

Part II: Management functions in the classroom

4 Classroom planning

5 Organisation: Who does what?

6 Effective leadership in the classroom

7 Controlling classroom events

8 Setting your own classroom policy

9 Decision-making

10 Effective communication skills in the classroom

11 Motivating your pupils

Part III: Elements of the teaching-learning situation

12 Arranging the classroom environment

13 Creating a positive classroom climate

14 Organising and conducting instruction

15 Organising pupil activities

16 Maintaining discipline and dealing with disruptive behaviour

17 Conflict management in the classroom

18 Handling teaching media effectively

19 Differentiated teaching

20 Homework

21 Classroom administration

22 Getting parents involved in classroom activities

23 Utilising time effectively

24 How to create positive interpersonal relationships in your classroom

25 How to manage yourself

Bibliography

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