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Successful Classroom Management

Updated: Dec 3, 2019

Students are better equipped to focus on mastery and differentiation when there are established routines in the classroom that evaluate demonstration of learning (Lupoli, 2017).  There is an increase in student engagement when lesson planning includes student-led activities.  Student-centered environments allow the teacher to become the facilitator and the students to participate in productive struggle and collaboration.  

Figure 2. Breakdown of classroom management strategies that directly relate to student engagement and differentiation.


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