Graduation Year

2015

Location

State Farm Hall, Illinois Wesleyan University

Start Date

18-4-2015 9:00 AM

End Date

18-4-2015 10:00 AM

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While classroom management continues to be a serious concern for teachers because of its important contribution in providing quality education to students, little is known about the reappearing trends that correlate with it. For instance, bullying in schools has become very prevalent in today’s society, however not very much is known about the relationship between classroom management and bullying in the classrooms. Allen (2010) reported that effective classroom management could help the prevention of bullying. This literature review addresses the effects classroom management have on students’ academic success and a teacher’s career, as well as ways to help improve students’ and teachers’ success in the classroom through effective classroom techniques. Additionally, future research should consider an investigation of the need for pre-service and in-service teacher education programs to value the teaching of classroom management practices in preparing teachers to meet the challenges of K-12 classrooms (Ferber & Nillas, 2010).

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Emerging Trends in Classroom Management Research

State Farm Hall, Illinois Wesleyan University

While classroom management continues to be a serious concern for teachers because of its important contribution in providing quality education to students, little is known about the reappearing trends that correlate with it. For instance, bullying in schools has become very prevalent in today’s society, however not very much is known about the relationship between classroom management and bullying in the classrooms. Allen (2010) reported that effective classroom management could help the prevention of bullying. This literature review addresses the effects classroom management have on students’ academic success and a teacher’s career, as well as ways to help improve students’ and teachers’ success in the classroom through effective classroom techniques. Additionally, future research should consider an investigation of the need for pre-service and in-service teacher education programs to value the teaching of classroom management practices in preparing teachers to meet the challenges of K-12 classrooms (Ferber & Nillas, 2010).