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To become successful, consequences are to be applied consistently and they never are to be physically or psychologically injurious to the student. (Wiggins, Classroom Management Plan)

Features about the techniques that I like These techniques enable to mend the behavior of the students who do not respond to conventional discipline. It promotes student involvement because it makes learning attractive and fun and particularly because of the focus being provided to the expectations and needs of the students and also because of the dignity and respect provided to the students. (Wiggins, Classroom Management Plan)

Features of the techniques about which you have reservations

While the students are not accepting the consequences for breaking the rule of the class it is sometimes imperative to infuse the Insubordination Rule i.e. The student will not be allowed to remain the class until the consequence is being accepted, which is a part of the technique to be employed. However, this technique is considered as an extreme one and so I have reservations about its success and so it is not to be fruitfully imposed unless the situation fully warrants. (Wiggins, Classroom Management Plan)

Software to help in efficiency of one's work as a teacher

In order to enhance the efficiency of the teacher particularly in dealing with the management of the students in various classroom environments, it is required to resort to various online resources available that incorporates students working independently, cooperative learning groups, and learning centers. (Project Management Guide: Classroom Management Plan) There are some excellent web sites and software packages that can help teachers more efficient. School Maestro or other grade book programs can be used by teachers to improve their efficiency since it saves several hours of time as well as report card time. They are also easy to use than ever and are also flexible. School Maestro enables teachers to post grades online for free and it is also very simple which can be used at the click of a button. Test bank generator programs like EXAMgen also help to save time. Further teachers along with students can also find documents in order to create their own DBQs. Large screen demonstrations can also easily bring images into the classrooms. (Enhancing Communication and Instruction via the Internet)

Classroom rules and procedures

The Classroom Management Plan is required to include adequate rules of the classroom. The rules should include, listening to the teacher, obeying the teacher and be kind to others. The students normally know these rules. However, in case of any problems in following them, the teachers are required to repeat them and represent with illustration to follow them. (Classroom Management Plan: (www.ius.edu)

How I will teach and enforce your rules and procedures

In order to enforce the rules it is essential to chalk out a management plan that includes a philosophical statement indicating the beliefs about the classroom management and a description of the teaching style. The management plan should also include a room arrangement plan that puts the resources and infrastructures. The plan should also include the classroom rules, their derivation and communication to students, parents and administrators etc. The plan should also include the classroom procedures and a description of the way it has the objective of fostering and response to the positive students. (The Classroom Management Plan: (http://www-unix.oit)

References

Classroom Management Plan" Retrieved at http://www.ius.edu/education/Elementary/new%20portfolio/Standard%202-all%20here/Copy%20of%20Classroom%20Management%20Plan.htm. Accessed 28 September, 2005

Enhancing Communication and Instruction via the Internet" (March 14, 2001) NYSCSS

Convention. Retrieved at http://www.socialstudieshelp.com/NYSCSS_Pres.htm. Accessed 28 September, 2005

Project Management Guide: Classroom Management Plan" Retrieved at http://k12science.ati.stevens-tech.edu/training/projectmgt/classroommgt.html. Accessed 28 September, 2005

The Classroom Management Plan" Retrieved at http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~afeldman/beingnewteacher/classmanageplan.html. Accessed 28 September, 2005

Wiggins, Dave. "Classroom Management Plan" Retrieved at http://www.geom.uiuc.edu/~dwiggins/plan.html. Accessed 28 September, 2005

Wohlstetter, Priscilla; Mohrman, Susan Albers. (January, 1993) "School-Based Management:

Strategies for Success" CPRE Finance Briefs. Retrieved at http://www.ed.gov/pubs/CPRE/fb2sbm.html. Accessed 28 September, 2005

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References

Classroom Management Plan" Retrieved at http://www.ius.edu/education/Elementary/new%20portfolio/Standard%202-all%20here/Copy%20of%20Classroom%20Management%20Plan.htm. Accessed 28 September, 2005

Enhancing Communication and Instruction via the Internet" (March 14, 2001) NYSCSS

Convention. Retrieved at http://www.socialstudieshelp.com/NYSCSS_Pres.htm. Accessed 28 September, 2005

Project Management Guide: Classroom Management Plan" Retrieved at http://k12science.ati.stevens-tech.edu/training/projectmgt/classroommgt.html. Accessed 28 September, 2005

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