Effective Learning Environment

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Effective Learning Environment by Mind Map: Effective Learning Environment

1. Classroom Management Styles

1.1. Authoritarian

1.1.1. Strict

1.1.2. Highly efficient

1.1.3. Consistent

1.1.4. No room for gray area

1.1.5. Teacher is all powerful

1.2. Authoritative

1.2.1. Encourages self-reliance and independence

1.2.2. Teacher is firm but kind

1.2.3. Comfortable and consistent

1.2.4. Successful

1.3. Democratic

1.3.1. Student-based

1.3.2. Too involved emotionally

1.3.3. Control in students' hands

1.3.4. Teacher wants to be "friend"

1.3.5. Inconsistent

1.4. Laissez Faire

1.4.1. Hands off teaching

1.4.2. "Don't bother me"

1.4.3. No control over class

1.4.4. Ineffective learning environment

1.4.5. Filling time

2. Avoiding Bias

2.1. Teacher Expectation

2.1.1. Show students that you care

2.1.2. Treat students their age

2.1.3. Don't judge parents too quickly

2.1.4. Talk with students about diversity

2.2. Student Expectation

2.2.1. Students must all meet the classroom expectations

2.2.2. Discrimination must not be tolerated from students

3. Classroom Models

3.1. Kounin Model

3.1.1. Ripple effect

3.1.2. Withitness

3.1.3. Overlapping

3.1.4. Movement Management

3.2. Assertive Discipline

3.2.1. Establishes a set of classroom rules

3.2.2. Systematic Discipline Plan

3.2.3. Remain assertive

3.2.4. Use positive reinforcement

3.3. Love and Logic

3.3.1. Problem-solution based

3.3.2. Providing choices within limits

3.3.3. Case by case, but values must be consistent

3.3.4. Shared control

4. Classroom Management

4.1. Rules

4.1.1. A warning for consequences (both positive and negative)

4.1.2. Clear and enforceable

4.1.3. Can be subversed

4.1.4. Consistent, but not necessarily fair

4.1.5. Examples: give me five, sitting criss-cross apple sauce

4.2. Procedures

4.2.1. Process for students

4.2.2. Can make or break a classroom (with how smoothly it goes)

4.2.3. Examples: bathroom, pencils, raising hands, lining up, turning in assignments