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Refer to Chapter 1 for a more detailed discussion of time management. 4 The socialisation process In addition to teaching and managing, the task of the educator has a third goal. Many educators spend much of their time teaching learners to be responsible and behave appropriately to prepare them for successful participation as adults in their society. Refer to Chapter 6 for a detailed discussion of the socialisation process. 5 The importance of routines In every classroom the educator and learners should adjust to one another.
Plan how much time should be spent on every lesson activity. 4 Planning assessment Plan what learners should produce as evidence of learning during these activities. Identify how the assessment will be done and how the achievement of each learner will be recorded. This planning should include selecting assessment methods such as tests or tasks and selecting the correct assessment tools to use. Decide how the assessment evidence will be recorded. 5 Planning for diversity in the classroom Education policies have recognised that all learners are not the same and that they do not all have the same needs.
Classroom management may be seen as all the provisions and procedures that an educator uses to create and maintain a classroom environment in which teaching and learning can occur successfully. Nearly everybody expects educators to be good classroom managers. Ⅲ Principals and school management teams often consider those educators who exert strong control to be the best educators. Ⅲ Parents and the community, on the other hand, expect that learners will be taught self-discipline and self-control.
An Educator's Guide to Effective Classroom Management