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An overview of the key principles of classroom management

An introduction to the key components of effective classroom and behaviour management

Maximise structure: Practices for effective classroom management

A closer look at how to establish classroom environments that support positive behaviour

Teaching expectations, routines and classroom procedures: Practices for effective classroom management

Explicitly teaching classroom expectations and practices can help to prevent problem behaviours

Active student and teacher engagement: Practices for effective classroom management

Actively engaging students is an effective way of promoting a positive learning environment and preventing problem behaviours

Acknowledging appropriate behaviour: Practices for effective classroom management

Being specific when highlighting students’ positive behaviour helps them to understand what they are doing well and what kinds of behaviour are desirable

Responding to inappropriate behaviour: Practices for effective classroom management

It is important to have a plan for recognising and responding to significant incidents of problem behaviour

What is needed for effective management in my classroom?

A useful set of tools and procedures for evaluating your current classroom management techniques and implementing more effective approaches where necessary



Classroom Management for positive and productive learning environments

Heather Peshak George explores what research says about the strategies, practices and approaches to classroom and behaviour management that promote positive and productive learning environments.

"The Hub articles have been really useful and provided conversations for staff meetings and provocations for teachers. Thank you - great work and food for thought."

Emma, high school teacher




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