Classroom Management Styles: What's Your Style?

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Classroom management styles are broken down into four different styles which include: authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, and indulgent. This video lesson presents the various classroom management styles for educators and teachers to compare to their own style of management. The authoritarian classroom management style is known for strict enforcement of rules but very little involvement from the teacher. The lesson continues with the authoritative style, where teachers do have control of their students, and the teacher cares for their students as well. Other styles include the permissive styles. One of the least effect style in education. This style shows a teacher that doesn't really care for his students, and doesn't control their behavior either. Lastly the indulgent teacher, which cares for the students, but doesn't have any behavior expectations, classroom rules, or procedures. This video is part of a teachings in education playlist designed to help educators develop into better teachers. Other vides from the channel include the flipped classroom, project based learning, lesson planning, differentiated instruction and more.
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