Classroom Management

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Classroom management refers to the routines, procedures and policies put into place, that help a classroom run smoothly. Often it is the individual teacher who is responsible for classroom management. He or she decides on the best practices for fostering academic and behavioral success. At the teacher level, classroom management can range from a reward systems for desirable behavior to punitive measures for late homework submission to weekly workshops on character skills.

Over the years, there has been a substantial move toward implementing whole-school classroom management initiatives, which hold all students to the same behavioral and academic standards. For example, PBIS or Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports is a research-based management system identified at the school administration level and enforced by teachers and school personnel.

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