Reflection on Classroom Management

I’m working on a Writing exercise and need support.

Paper will be, double-spaced, (i.e. appropriate grammar, spelling, and vocabulary) in APA format* and include a minimum of three citations for each paper.

Incorporating current research, readings from your texts and articles, class discussions, and what you have observed or learned in the field, you will develop and share your philosophy and rationale for each of the following criteria included in classroom management for your program focus (i.e. Multiple Subject, Single Subject, and Special Education):

Paper #1: (due on Canvas by the start of class, Week 3)

Part A – This section of the paper will demonstrate your ability to establish the following aspects of a comprehensive classroom management plan and focuses on
1) the development of behavioral expectations and 2) classroom procedures and rules that promote a climate that supports optimal learning for ALL students. These are to be clearly stated and exceptionally well-developed. The rationale must be clearly evident and well-supported by the literature with significant evidence of student to student and student to teacher interaction protocol/s.

Part B – This section of the paper will demonstrate your ability to establish grading policies and procedures for all learners. They are to be clearly stated and exceptionally articulated with rationale included for all components, appropriately cited from the literature with strong evidence of learning support for all learners in the classroom.

Textbook(s) and Study Resources

Borich, G. D. (2017). Effective Teaching methods: Research-based practice. Enhanced Pearson eText with loose-leaf version — access card package (9th ed.). San Francisco: Pearson.

Hill, J. D., & Miller, K. B. (2014). Classroom instruction that works with English language learners (2nd ed.). Alexandria, VA: ACSD.

Wong, H. K., Wong, R. T., Jondahl, S. F., & Ferguson, O. F. (2014). The Classroom management book. Mountain View, CA: Harry K. Wong Publications.