Classroom Management: Techniques and Strategies - Review (2023)

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Classroom management refers to the activities of classroom teachers who create a positive climate in the classroom within which effective teaching and learning can occur ”.Because the pillars of classroom management are critical for effective teaching and learning.In a badly managed classroom, teachers fight to teach and students generally learn less than they should, and there are many discipline problems, while a well -managed classroom offers an environment in which teaching and learning can flourish.

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2009 •

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Excluding the results of the school discipline in which students are being eliminated from classrooms as a result of their disturbing behavior and can lead to subsequent suspension and/or expulsion.Literature documents that non -dominant students, especially black men, are affected by exclusive discipline., to the point that researchers from a variety of critical perspectives consider that school discipline excludes an oppressive practice and an educational condition.Whether or not to use the exclusive discipline.Therefore, this study established the topic of central research: in relation to the interactions in the classroom in alternative educational environments, which explain the use of teachers or the non -use of exclusive discipline with these students?A critical theory of the social practice of learning served and structure to explore this problem and a critical methodology of collecting micro -ethnographic data collection and analysis.The sampling of criteria was used to select four classrooms at the same School of Alternative Education with two teachers who often and two used exclusive discipline.Nine data collection stages and a reconstructive data analysis was performed.The data collection involved video room observations recorded on video, digitally recorded interviews with teachers and students who discuss selected video segments and individual teachers interviews.Of reconstructive data involved the hermeneutical inference of possible underlying meanings, critical discourse analysis, interactive power.Analysis and analysis on paper, thematic analysis of interactions in each classroom and a final comparative analysis of the four classrooms.Social interaction (resistance, c onformism, accommodation and need) Arose with the terminology adapted from Giroux's Resistance Theory (2001) In Education and Third Space Theory (Gutiérrez, 2008).Four Types of Power (Normative, Coercive and Interactively Establish Power Contracts Were Found, and Interactively, and Charme), based on the typology of Carspecken (1996), in interactions between teachers and students in various degrees for different purposes.This research contributes to the knowledge base of the classroom of teacher-study, specifically in relation to exclusive discipline.How varied issues and power relations influence their decisions and actions can allow teachers to reduce the use of exclusive discipline and stay focused on positive academic interactions for the student teacher.

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