Some effective classroom management techniques are engaging the students, having clear rules and consequences, and creating a conducive learning environment. Developing personal relationships with the students helps you run a classroom effectively.
Engaging your students requires good planning. Engaged students are attentive, and participate in class.
Establishing clear rules and providing consequences for misconduct gives clarity to students on what is appropriate behavior and ensures the class runs smoothly. A teacher should also recognize and encourage good behavior.
A teacher should show an interest in the lives of the students outside class. Creating a conducive learning environment promotes effective classroom management. Physical factors, such as enough space and good lighting, lead to effective learning. The learning environment should encourage student participation and contribution to build confidence.