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Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

On the Importance of Communicating Behaviour Expectations in the First Session of a Class


Muhammad Adeel


Classroom management has a critical impact on effective teaching and learning. Classroom disruptions are the pattern of repeated behaviour 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 importance of communicating behaviour expectations to the students in the very first session and its impact on effective teaching and learning. The analysis is based on the review of the literature, interviews, and a survey questionnaire completed by the teachers.

Classroom management, classroom discipline, ground rules, teacher education

Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Assessment 2017
9-10 December 2017
London, United Kingdom
Proceedings of the (IOARP ICTLA 2017) IOARP International Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
31 January 2018
9 - 15
IDL-ICTLA17-002
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