Classroom Management Instruction

The quality of Instruction influences students behavior in class and their eventual achievement. Response to misbehavior is most effective when it enhances student self esteem, dignity & encourages students to be responsible for their own behavior.


- Have students evaluate their own work and your instruction

- Use outlines, definitions or study guides to help students organize their thoughts and focus their attention

- When asking questions give students a moment to think of an answer before calling on them to answer.

- Be sure to switch your style of instruction through content in order to address each students diverse learning style

- Relate level of work difficulty to compliment various student ability levels.

- Relate material to students' lives when possible

- Be animated! Use activities to increase student motivation to participate.

- Have competitive teams, debates, role playing, etc. to engage student participation and group work.