Classroom Management Conclusion
Educators have been aware that behavior problems can keep students from experiencing the benefits of a productive classroom. (Darch & Kame'enui, 2004). Decisions that teachers make before the beginning of school regarding how the classroom will operate and how students will interact with others during the school year are critical for a positive learning environment. These decisions will have far-reaching implications for the success of the year. Putting together a cohesive plan rather that reacting to interruptive situations allows time for the teacher to respond thoughtfully when problems arise. Having time to think about a plan first establishes a foundation for values and beliefs about working with children and allows teachers to create a satisfying learning environment.