CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: A THEORETICAL OVERVIEWJournal: SRJ'S FOR HUMANITY SCIENCES & ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Vol.6, No. 29)
Publication Date: 2018-10-01
Authors : Manoj Praveen G.; Anoop Thomas Alex;
Page : 8089-8102
Keywords : _Classroom Management;
This paper is a theoretical overview on four theories of classroom management. The paper explains in detail the meaning of classroom management by studying the theories propounded by B.F. Skinner (Operant Conditioning), William Glasser (Choice Theory), Froyen and Iverson (Schoolwide and Classroom Management) and L. Canter and M. Canter (Assertive Discipline). All these theories give distinct thoughts on the concept classroom management. After going through several studies and theories, it is distinct that components or dimensions of classroom management cannot be restricted to certain behaviour reinforcements, strategies, rules and consequences, management skills, etc. These theories will help a teacher identify various classroom management styles and adapt their principles into an eclectic theory and then implement in the classroom. Thus, giving teacher an opportunity to work efficiently to create a positive learning environment in the classroom.
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