Traditional Classroom Management Revisited in the Urban School
Matus, Don E., American Secondary Education
This paper describes several traditional urban classroom management strategies employed in four eleventh grade English classes during a single academic year in a large urban high school in the northeast. A rationale for the implementation of each strategy is given, along with a discussion of its success or failure.
Much of the research on classroom management focuses on helping teachers control students. Research offers numerous ways for teachers to secure students' cooperation and involvement in classroom activities in order to create an environment conducive for learning and teaching. Research on classroom management usually emphasizes its importance in …
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Publication information: Article title: Traditional Classroom Management Revisited in the Urban School. Contributors: Matus, Don E. - Author. Journal title: American Secondary Education. Volume: 30. Issue: 1 Publication date: Fall 2001. Page number: 46+. © American Secondary Education Dec 1997. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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