Four tips for the most effective undergraduate classroom management
The undergraduate level is crucial to life, and many students choose to enter the workforce after completing a bachelor’s degree. However, the most effective management of the undergraduate classroom has a great deal to do with the success of teaching and learning. We all start at the student level and have teachers we like and dislike. More than anything else, it’s whether or not that teacher knows how to manage an effective classroom. What kind of classroom management is the most effective? I think this question varies from person to person, but for me the most effective classroom management requires the following elements. Firstly, the relationship between teachers and students should be harmonious; secondly, teachers should get rid of the idea of authority, because the less authority the classroom has, the more room for students to express themselves; thirdly, the classroom itself needs to be enlivened and animated; fourthly, teachers and students need to work together to create a good classroom atmosphere. This is not only the responsibility of the teacher, but also the result of the students’ efforts.