THEORIES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGEMENT. PISMP Wan Nur Amalina Wan Mansor Fuzilla Ayub Salwa Wahidan Nur Asyiqin Mohd Razli. JACOB. Models of classroom discipline and its application The Kounin Model (Group Management) By Jacob Kounin; 3. Introduction to Kounin’s Model. Choice Theory. William Glasser Systems Theory. Solution Kounin, Jacob S. ( ) Discipline and Group Management in Classrooms. Holt, Rinehart and.

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Kounin’s theories are very useful in a Middle School setting. Krieger Publishing Company Scarpaci, R. Kounin’s Theory in the classroom. Maintaining such momentum and having a steady sense of movement throughout the lesson helps engage the learners in activities and helps prevent student misbehavior.

What makes a good teacher? My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. The teacher should know each student on a personal basis i. For example, a pink card for Suzy, Bobbie, and Billy could stand for the Phonics station. This means that with-it-ness, overlapping, smoothness, momentum, and group focus all must meld together to form a coherent whole.

Classroom Management Theorists and Theories/Jacob Kounin

The teacher can have procedures that will allow the teacher to be effective when two situations occur at the same time. Overlapping is the manageent of attending to two or more events at the same time. Effective transitions, according to Kounin, include keeping lessons moving with avoiding clasrsoom changes. This also includes distractions from outside the classroom such as notes from the office or students walking through the hallways.

Why is classroom management important? Kounin said that is was not necessary for the teacher to know what is going on, but for the students to perceive that the teacher knows.

We think you have liked this presentation. Group alerting gains the attention of students. Teachers can lose track of time when performing a lesson. The teacher is able to speak to the class about a topic as they walk around classroomm classroom to monitor their students. Cynthia Yu Language Center.



When every student always has something to do, each will not become bored and find off-task behavior to engage in. The Kounin Model on Slideshare. Many times, a teacher can tyeory distracted and leave tyeory topic open and not come back to it until later, which can be confusing to students.

The teacher may also want to make a respectable suggestion to inform the student that their behavior is unacceptable. A case study approach to classroom management.

He learned that teachers were always receiving similar responses from their students no matter how they reacted to misbehavior in the classroom.

According to Kounin, good classroom management depends on effective lesson management. In order for implementation to be effective the teacher must be well organized, communicate their expectations to their students, and hold them responsible for their actions to encourage motivation and attention.

This confidence will allow them to contribute to the momentum of the classroom. This page was last edited on 28 Augustat In showing students the connections between one subject to the next, using previous vocabulary to prepare students for learning new vocabulary, a teacher will show overlapping. An example of this would be a student late for the class interrupts or technology that is being used goes wrong. Teachers develop a pace with their class to achieve a precise momentum to teach a lesson appropriately.

An example of overlapping could be when a teacher gives a student individual feedback at one station and also monitors the performance of other students in the room.

This technique allows the teacher to have an idea about those students who may cause an unwanted tangent and those who may have a good question, pertaining to utilise the time effectively. This overlapping ties into claszroom momentum aspect. Being able to keep on track without getting on tangents as well as being diverted by irrelevant questions or information is important.

Discipline and group management in classrooms. Group focus is the ability of a teacher to engage the whole class using techniques such as building suspense or asking community questions.


When helping an individual student, the teacher faces the rest of the class. Calssroom teacher cannot always get every student involved in a lesson. This can also look like asking random questions, or asking a student a question and then looking around at other students to see if they are thinking or ready to respond.

The teacher can use other non-verbal techniques to jxcob students that they are alert and care about the well-being of all students.

jaccob I saw many of his methods used by my Practicum teacher back in the spring. These videos contain things you should avoid in dealing with student. Classroom Management Theorists and Theories. This can be done through exciting announcements, demonstrations, or by changing the atmosphere of learning. The teacher avoids going off topic.

His best-known work was done in the s, where he conducted two major case studies. Effective teachers move through the lessons at a brisk pace and appear to have very few slowdowns in the flow of activities.

Share buttons are a little bit lower. An effective lesson with kounni momentum will continuously move in a forward direction and be free of dead spots. The students can facilitate a discussion. Once the timer has elapsed the students would be instructed of how to rotate.

Kounin found that teaching style directly affects student behaviour, and that teachers who are organised, have well planned lessons, and are constantly aware of all students and happenings in their classroom will have success in preventing unwanted and off task behaviour. Published by Charlene Barrett Modified over 2 years ago.

The teacher could have a visual of a pocket chart to show where that group will be during the time granted.

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