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Behavior Management Models

The need for behavior management in classrooms is essential to maintain a productive learning environment. Teachers in their everyday practice have to face disruptive behaviors and have to deal with unruly children on the almost daily basis. To eliminate these issues, it is essential to use methods and formulate strategies to control abnormal behavior in classrooms. While improving a single behavior or impose behavior on whole teachers have to use models to enforce required behavior management model on children. The behavior management needs the love and logic strategy as well the S.T.A.R (“Stop, Think, Act, Review”) management system to regulate ethical behavior in the classroom.

The first behavior management strategy I have used is the Love and Logic. This method uses the power of love and friendship with the students in motivating them to accept teacher’s rules and encourage them to act by his regulations. The positive aspects of this strategy are its friendship development with the students. The students are not enforced with regulations that are not disrupting the learning and are extra, e.g., the teacher if threatens the students to punish them if they talk while he is teaching it will increase hatred and students will refuse to accept the control. The teacher should use logic like telling them that talking creates disturbance and if they maintain silence they will be appreciated the students are more likely to accept it.

The second strategy is the STAR management in which students are reminded that they will face consequences if their behavior is not correct. It uses the scheduled procedure to make students learn one thing at a time like the monthly theme of making good choices. This strategy can be applied to Love and Logic strategy and combined they will improve self-confidence, the ability of students to achieve goals, introduce punctuality and participation in classroom and encourage behavior in students.

Works Cited

Korpershoek, Hanke, et al. “A meta-analysis of the effects of classroom management strategies and classroom management programs on students’ academic, behavioral, emotional, and motivational outcomes.” Review of Educational Research 86.3 (2016): 643-680.

Pas, Elise T., et al. “Profiles of classroom behavior in high schools: Associations with teacher behavior management strategies and classroom composition.” Journal of School Psychology 53.2 (2015): 137-148.

Stough, Laura M., et al. “Persistent classroom management training needs of experienced teachers.” Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 15.5 (2015): 36-48.



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