10 Best Effective Classroom Management Strategies for Every Teacher

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Classroom management is as important as other things. Keep Quiet, or else leave the class right now! This is what I grew up listening to in the class right from my kindergarten teachers to college professors. 

No, what you’re thinking is not who I was. Honestly, I was one of the sincere students in my school as well as in the college. I always respect my teachers and obey their orders.

But, there are also some mischievous boys that leave no stone unturned to frustrate their teachers and increase their workload. 

Note: Girls are sincere, they don’t make noise and make a cordial environment for teachers in the class.

Seriously, for every teacher, managing the class is a very big challenge, especially for new teachers. 

 

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And, instead of having good teaching skills, a teacher should have the ability and competency in classroom management and know how to control their class. 

What is classroom management?

There are many facets of Classroom Management such as managing student’s misbehavior, building strong relationships with the students, maintaining rules and establishing goals, etc but in brief classroom management is the ability of teachers to maintain a friendly environment in the class by avoiding all the obstacles and help students to learn and grow.

Let’s explore the 10 best classroom management strategies!

1. Build Relationships

The most important thing for every new teacher is to establish a strong relationship that enhances mutual trust between students. A strong foundation for building better relationships with students starts with a general introduction and getting to know students as individuals.  

Greeting students by their names, saying hello, and goodbye, making them laugh, sharing personal stories, etc are smaller steps that can add up to bigger results.

2. Developing an open learning environment

This can be achieved by building excitement amongst students in the class. Introducing more group projects and conducting games, and quizzes so that more and more students can take action and develop an eagerness to learn new things whilst connecting with the teacher.

3. Boosting Confidence and Support Shy Students

Mostly only a selected number of students raise their hands to answer the questions asked by the teacher in the class. This leaves behind shy kids who want to answer but lack confidence.

This is the responsibility of every teacher to inculcate confidence and boost the morale of those shy students and give them a regular chance to speak and participate.

4. The Art of Appreciation

We’re social animals. And as human beings, everyone feels delighted when someone appreciates. In the class, students need much more appreciation from their teachers in order to keep up with their spirits.

Even if someone answers incorrectly, a teacher should appreciate him/her by giving proper feedback. This introduces our next classroom management strategy which is Giving Feedback.

5. Giving Feedback

Feedback is very beneficial for students so that they know where they stand and what steps they need to further improve.  

Appreciation is different from feedback while the former is always positive and recognition of good qualities, the latter can be negative as well. 

Feedback is one of the most important teaching and classroom management strategy that has a huge impact on the learning and progress of the students. 

6. Maintain Cleanliness

A better hygienic place leads to better learning and overall development of the student. And, after Covid, it is a primary responsibility of every teacher to teach their students the importance of cleanliness and formulate effective strategies to keep their class clean and tidy. 

7. Building an open environment

A classroom environment is not just usually happens but it is being created by teachers. A positive classroom climate can inspire kids with fresh ideas, teachings, and ideals.

8. Organizing Events and Competitions

Organizing special days such as sandwich day, best out of waste, spelling bee, and essay writing, in the class adds an extra fun learning environment. It also helps in developing skills such as leadership, collaboration, and social skills.

9. Developing Positive Mindset

A teacher should always look on the bright side and be cheerful in spite of difficulties. There may be some situations where a teacher feels uncomfortable with some students who misbehave and try to create headaches in the class. 

A teacher should never lose patience in this kind of circumstance and remain positive in every situation.

10. Getting feedback from student

Generally, teachers give feedback on students’ behavior and progress just the same student should also get an opportunity to say something on teaching style, and attitude as a whole. 

A proper feedback mechanism should be introduced by teachers so that every student can feel free to express their feelings and facts about a particular teacher. 

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