Classroom Management Case Study

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Legal and Ethical Implications for Classroom Management The classroom environment includes both physical and affective attributes that individually and cumulatively establish the tone or atmosphere in which teaching and learning will take place. (Tomlinson, 2003). One of the most effective methods of preventing misbehavior is through thorough planning, preparation and organization of the classroom settings and the learning environment. A well-prepared teacher tends to keep up the class rules and procedures for their students and therefore there is very little confusion and fewer classroom management issues. The teacher has to share with the students the benefits of education. As teachers are many times faced with ethical issues, it is their…show more content…
This review is a study on the effectiveness of the learning environment for the secondary level students especially grade 11 in the 21st century. Educational institutions have the responsibility for educating all students with the goal of students reaching their full potential. Students of the 21st century live and learn in a much different world than many educational institutions are currently providing; therefore, present educational systems face a difficult choice between individualistic teacher-centric traditional methods, which are fast becoming irrelevant, and adapting to new collaborative, team-centered methods that will bridge the generational gap and connect how students live and learn to the educational setting (Holubová, 2010). This study addressed three research questions: 1) What learning environments best support the needs of 21st century students at the secondary level? 2) What relationships exist between students' perceptions of the learning environment, satisfaction, and achievement? 3) What relationships exist between students' perceptions of the learning environment, teacher-student relationships, and achievement? And through the collection of the quantitative data from the questionnaire and the qualitative data from the interviews three major…show more content…
This review deals with the study of a 1:1 computer program that was launched in a high school in south Louisiana in which every teacher and every student was provided a laptop computer. This study emphasizes on the change in the learning environment from the traditional approach such as textbook and lecture based to the technological approach such as the application of web-based and computer-based tools and techniques for instruction (Broussard, Hebert, Welch, VanMetre, 2014). Many students use laptop at home for learning and completing assignments. Today’s students are very talented in the use of computers and technology. Classroom observations and analysis of technology use showed a high level of technology based instructional techniques incorporated in the class and also showed a high level of student participation and learning. The instruction changed from teacher-centered to student-centered. This kind of learning provokes students to think, be creative, and solve problem in an innovative way providing student-centered learning environment. I would like to integrate these new technology based learning in my classroom. However the 1:1 program may not be possible immediately. This design may develop in the future as and when the School District provides enough computers to the

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