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EDU305 Classroom Management Assignment No 02 Solution & Discussion Fall 2015

Q 1: “Explain any three classroom management strategies and how will you apply them effectively in classroom?” (10 Marks)

Q 2: “Explain with-it-ness as a classroom management strategy. Give three examples to explain it.” (5 Marks)

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Q 2: “Explain with-it-ness as a classroom management strategy. Give three examples to explain it.”                                                                                                              (5 Marks)


“Withitness” is a term created by Kounin to describe the teacher’s awareness of what is going on in all parts of the classroom at all times. We commonly refer to this as “having eyes in the back of the head.” To be effective, the students must perceive that the teacher really knows what is going on in the gymnasium. If students are off task and fooling around, the teacher needs to send a clear message that communicates to the students that the teacher sees that they are not working and they need to get started. Withitness can be improved with practice, such as learning how to effectively use systematic techniques to scan the class. Keeping your “back to the wall” as you move throughout the class helps you see the broader picture and be more aware of what is going on.

The effectiveness of withitness is increased when the teacher can correctly identify the student who is the instigator of the incident. Teachers who target the wrong student for a desist or a reprimand are perceived by the students as not knowing what is really going on (i.e., not “withit”). When several incidences of misbehavior occur at the same time, it is important that teachers deal with the most serious incidence first. Timing is another aspect of withitness. Teachers should intervene early and quickly in dealing with misbehavior. Failure to do so allows the misbehavior to spread.

 Assertive discipline
 Logical consequences
 Teacher effectiveness training
are these the strategies?


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