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(p. 226) Classroom Management 

(p. 226) Classroom Management
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(p. 226) Classroom Management
Author(s):

Todd F. Haydon

, Cara L. Dillon

, Alana M. Kennedy

, and Meagan N. Scott

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190068714.003.0019
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date: 28 February 2021

Classroom management refers to a variety of strategies aimed at increasing appropriate behaviors and reducing inappropriate behaviors in classrooms. Common peer-mediated strategies in classroom management include establishing rules and classroom procedures, setting routines, and maintaining a positive classroom climate. Interventions such as the Color Wheel System can be helpful in establishing classroom expectations. This chapter discusses the use of classroom management strategies in schools, with a focus on strategies that can leverage peer influence to promote positive outcomes. This chapter also includes considerations of diversity and equity in classroom management interventions.

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