[Image: "Classroom Management Model" in white, capital letters with a starry, forest night sky in the background]

[Image: "Classroom Management Model" in white, capital letters with a starry, forest night sky in the background]

Final portfolio for Concordia MAT 549: Classroom Management.   Within my classroom management model for a high school humanities (ELA/Social Sciences) classroom, I discuss the following topics below: educational philosophy; classroom management theories; professional education vision; classroom procedures; methods for classroom conflict prevention, engagement, and redirection; and communication with colleagues and community members. 

 
 

Educational Philosophy

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The goal is students will no longer cram information in and then forget it post- assessment, but that their knowledge will build upon itself gradually, reducing stress, and encouraging inquiry. 

- Classroom Vision Statement



Professional vision

Being prepared helps me stay professional since I am addressing my survival brain state model, and can therefore move on to better focus on my students.
— Professional Vision


Classroom expectations & procedures 

 

While I think there are benefits to students understanding the stakes at work for a new community environment, when I create a new syllabus during my teacher experience, I expect it to provide a framework for guiding the course, and not for striking anxiety (or apathy) from students.
— Classroom Expectations & Procedures

Classroom management & communication 

 

Accessibility is a non-negotiable component of my educational pedagogy, and this will be reflected into the physical space of my classroom.
— Educational Setting