Effective classroom management of student behaviour is of paramount importance in creating an environment where learning can take place. It is always a struggle to achieve and maintain because the nature and needs of our students is always varied and varying and we have little or no control over this. However, in spite of the challenge most teachers achieve this and some make it look effortless.
Achieving effective classroom management requires an understanding of the factors that influence it. Some of these like classroom organisation we have more control over whilst others like individual needs we do not and instead have to adapt our practice to overcome the challenge of them. Each of these nine factors is now explored further with useful strategies for outstanding practice:
Information on how all aspects of the organisation and set-up of a classroom affect the quality of learning and behaviour