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Proceedings of the SchoRes International Conference on Education

On the Significance of Communicating Behavior Expectations to the Students During Early Stages of an Academic Course


Muhammad Adeel, Saif Al Sultan


Classroom management has a critical impact on effective teaching and learning. Classroom disruptions are the pattern of repeated behavior that significantly interrupts the teaching and learning process. It, therefore, becomes vital to handle these disruptions and the ability of a teacher to handle classroom discipline is given key priority in observation of teaching and learning conducted by the regulators. In this paper, we will focus on evaluating the significance of communicating behavior expectations to the students earlier on in the course, or ideally in the very first session, and its impact on effective teaching and learning. The analysis is based on the review of literature, interviews, and on the results of a survey completed by the teachers of a UK-based FE institution.

Classroom management, classroom discipline, ground rules, teacher education

Proceedings of the SchoRes International Conference on Education
2023
20-22 February 2023
Peshawar, Pakistan
Global Digital Library
30 June 2023
7
GDL-SchoRes-ICE2023-001
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