Classroom Management and Aggressive Behavior
I will like to describe my book on classroom management. The book defines classroom management
as approaches used by teachers to maintain order during classroom lessons in the event of distractive
behavior caused by students. My book gives account of the importance of classroom management, with
particular attention addressed to aggressive behavior. Therefore, the role played by classroom management
in ensuring that non-educational issues like aggressive behavior and other misconducts are delinked from
a teachers lesson, are specifically presented in this publication.
In addressing classroom management, the book divides the management into three main components
namely; the covenant management, content management, and conduct management. Therein, each of the
mentioned components is described in detail where observable elements associated with effectual teaching
practices are presented in a list. In retrospect, the book provides useful tips to the learning process and
classroom management, the two being imperative.
With specific attention given to aggressive behaviors, my book defines this behavior as unwarranted
act of violence against others or oneself, and is committed either verbally or physically. My book points out
particular classroom management approaches that can be utilized by teachers to handle aggressive behavior.
The approaches include preparedness for lessons, student motivation, initiating discipline effectively,
creating conducive learning environment, creating self-esteem among student, and drawing an interactive
lesson plan. The book however points out that teachers, depending on the situation may devise other
approaches. Also notably clarified on this topic is that, classroom management approaches may differ from
one teacher to the other.
Finally, my book addresses various ways that can be used to treat aggression. Aggression is
described as treatable in three stages and these include immediate, behavioral, and long-term stages.