Managing at micro level in a classroom

Kimova, Gorgina and Sofijanova, Elenica (2019) Managing at micro level in a classroom. Knowledge - International Journal, Scientific Papers, 30 (2). pp. 75-80. ISSN 2545-4439

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Abstract

Мanaging as a necessary need of modern time focused on the management of activities aimed at achieving goals is present in all areas of social life, has special importance in education. Education as the basis for the future development of individuals and from the initial levels of education should reflect in students proper management of their own behavior and their own efforts towards achieving school success. This management process starts at the micro level at the classroom level, where the teacher through the ways of managing in the classroom solves problems, focuses on learning, correct behavior and achieving sets of goals. This is the basis in which students build values for life, and will be the basis for their own management of their lives. The management of the classroom actually represents the coordination of the activities of the students of the classes and their overall behavior in order to make learning as productive and of course to build knowledge and behaviors that are set as desired goals. Classroom management is particularly specific because each student is different from everyone else, the school is not voluntary, only compulsory by society and because students are unpredictable and respond to teacher activities in different ways. There are two main characteristics of classroom management: preventing problems before they occur and reacting to problems once they occur. Many management issues can be prevented by following students' activities by analyzing how classroom enviroment is used by establishing daily procedures, routines and rules by appropriately monitoring and structuring activities by communicating the importance of learning , providing timely feedback and timely collaboration of teachers and parents. Classroom management is more than repairing the foul reactions of individual students, more than a strict discipline. Classroom management refers to the co-ordination of multiple goals, both cognitive as well as affective and psychomotoric, and from here the series of task assignments and learning activities, so that learning is done as simple and productive as possible. Therefore, educators sometimes describe good managing as creating a positive learning environment, because the term refers to the overall activities of all subjects in the classroom, directed towards goals and learning expectations. In general, classroom management involves the behavior of learners and learning process and when talking about the learning environment, is means in the whole "feeling" in the classroom. There are many ways to deal with classroom issues when they occur, and the choice depends on the nature of the problem. Including strategies for conflict resolution is of great importance. Regardless of the startegies that the teacher uses depending on his experience, it is important to have in mind their ultimate goal: to enable achievement of goals, and to make learning as effective as possible.

Item Type: Article
Impact Factor Value: 1.822
Subjects: Social Sciences > Economics and business
Divisions: Faculty of Economics
Depositing User: Mirjana Kocaleva
Date Deposited: 07 Nov 2019 14:12
Last Modified: 07 Nov 2019 14:12
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/22812

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