The Impact of the Classroom Management Strategies in Learners Development in a Teacher Training Course

16th July 2019

Every comprehensive course tends to be complicated and needs the teacher as well as the learner to comply with certain strategies to make things easier throughout the course curriculum. In the following lines, we will take a look at how the strategies of classroom management help the learners in the development of a better teaching-learning procedure.

1. Ideal behaviour

The teachers can utilise the classroom management strategies in order to make things easier for the learners while indulging in a comprehensive course. Not only that, they might also utilise the same technique in order to establish an ideal behaviour in the classroom among the students. The following facilities can be derived from the implementation of classroom management strategies as far as the behaviour of the students is concerned.

  • The usage of polite language while conversing
  • Eye contact maintenance
  • The learners get an idea of how to use the phones aptly while in the class
  • The learners can get the chance to have uninterrupted conversations
  • They also get the idea of how to be respectful to one another

2. Establish guidelines

The educator can also utilise the strategies of classroom management for establishing certain guidelines for the learners while they are inside a class. This is very much necessary for the maintenance of discipline among the students and also for the development of co-ordination and co-relation among them.

3. Mutually-respected rules

There are certain rules in a class that should be followed by both the teacher as well as the students. In a teacher training course, there should be no exception and both the parties present must adhere to the rules and regulations. These rules help in the development of the basic understanding between the teacher and the students and also help them take the teacher as their guide. This is an ardent necessity, especially in the case of a professional course for the maintenance of a comfortable and compatible in-class atmosphere.

4. Control

The utilisation of classroom management strategies helps the educator to have a better control over the classroom and the learners. The teacher is the nucleus of the class and it is necessary for him/her to have complete control on the proceedings of the class. Via classroom management, one can empower him/herself to take significant strides in the controlling of the class, both over the activities and can help the students involve themselves in the course curriculum and complete the course within the stipulated time.

5. Encourage initiatives

Another benefit of using the classroom management activities is that it helps to encourage the students to pursue the course with complete passion and integrity. The teacher can play the role of an influence in the promoting the growth mindset in the learners, which eventually helps them to develop their idea about the course curriculum. This also initiates an air of co-ordination between the students and builds an atmosphere conducive for the development of a better teaching-learning procedure.

6. Praise the students

One of the main features of classroom management techniques is the appraisal of the students by the educator. This helps in building the confidence of the learners so that they can indulge whole-heartedly in the course curriculum and get better results on the successful completion of the course curriculum. However, the teacher should also keep in mind that the praise for the students should be directed to everyone present in the class in equal proportion and not towards a particular learner.

7. Non-verbal communication

Non-verbal communication is also another important classroom management strategy for the maintenance of discipline and co-ordination with the students in the class. This strengthens the root of the confidence present in the learners and makes them more compatible to the course content. Eventually this helps in making things easier for the educators and makes the delivery of the course to the learners smoother.

The aforementioned classroom management strategies are necessary for the initiation and maintenance of integrity and co-ordination between the teacher and the students indulging in a course, especially if it is one as comprehensive as that of the teacher training course. The teacher training course paves the way for a better and brighter future for the learners and the utilisation of classroom management strategies helps in enabling the teacher to find the most feasible route to cater to the needs of the participants of the course within the stipulated time.

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Pebble Hills University  London School Of Teaching and Training City College Birmingham Cambridge English AAHEA AAHEA TQ