Classroom management maximises students’ on-task learning time by minimising disruptive behaviour and disengagement. It involves establishing routines to actively engage students in their learning, consistently applying rules and explicitly modelling appropriate behaviour so students know what is expected of them, and establishing high expectations for students learning.
Snapshots of practice
Classroom management may look different in different contexts. See below examples of classroom management in a variety of classrooms and settings:
Here you will find tools to help you manage your classroom.