Classroom Management: Setting Up the Classroom for Learning

by: Donna R. Sterling

Student learning is directly related to classroom control established the first week of school (Wong and Wong 2001)—what you do the first day counts, and what you do the first 10 minutes counts even more. This article shares the advanced planning aspects of classroom management that should be in place before students enter the classroom for the first time: the physical environment; routines, policies, and procedures; materials management; as well as a review process to extend what students learn.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 7/1/2009Stock # ss09_032_09_29Volume 032Issue 09

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