Your Classroom Management Profile

by: ddeubel

How you act in the classroom changes over time. But it is necessary to know our style so that we can change it – as the subject demands and the students change. Knowing your teaching style makes you more prepared for meeting the changing classroom situations you will encounter as a teacher. The classroom management styles are adaptations of the parenting styles discussed in Adolescence, by John T. Santrock. James, and Ronen Hammer.

  1. 1

    If a student is disruptive during class, I assign him/her to detention, without further discussion

  2. 2

    I don't want to impose any rules on my students.

  3. 3

    The classroom must be quiet in order for students to learn.

  4. 4

    I am concerned about both what my students learn and how they learn.

  5. 5

    If a student turns in a late homework assignment, it is not my problem.

  6. 6

    I don't want to reprimand a student because it might hurt his/her feelings

  7. 7

    Class preparation isn't worth the effort.

  8. 8

    I always try to explain the reasons behind my rules and decisions.

  9. 9

    I will not accept excuses from a student who is late.

  10. 10

    The emotional well-being of my students is more important than classroom control.

  11. 11

    My students understand that they can interrupt my lecture if they have a relevant question.

  12. 12

    If a student requests a hall pass, I always honor the request.

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