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  1. College Classroom Management Tips Personality Styles, Teaching & Learning

  2. Your Personality Style Introverted Extroverted Relates well to quieter students Endeavors to involve those students in classroom discussion More likely to assign writing tasks Agood listener Proficient at reading nonverbal signals Patient Does not gravitate toward students who speak spontaneously or monopolize class discussion Tends to gravitate toward talkative students Will challenge them to go further with their thinking and to verbalize thoughts. More likely to take chances and try new strategies in the classroom Talking is encouraged Usually displays high energy May be off-put by quieter or shy students

  3. TOP10 Regardless of personality type, the following Top Ten Tips are suggested by Braden & Smith for preventing classroom discipline problems:

  4. 1. Have confidence! It’s essential to create the proper environment.

  5. 2. Utilize all your strengths and prepare. Make use of available tools, DVD, PowerPoint, and other media…

  6. 3. Try to become aware of weaknesses, devise goals and then seek assistance/training to improve.

  7. 4. Determine students’ learning styles and develop strategies to meet all students’ needs. When students are engaged in the classroom discipline issues should be minimized.

  8. 5. Consider overall class personality. This is especially true of learning communities (two or more linked classes).

  9. 6. Spend time with students out of class. A 10 -15 minute one-on-one can make students and professors more comfortable with one another and allows each to discuss classroom behaviors.

  10. 7. Earn students’ respect. This is not the same as “being liked.” Be prepared, fair, honest, and have a passion for the material and for teaching!

  11. 8. Communicate to students that you care about their success, both in and out of the classroom.

  12. 9. Announce guidelines. Clearly state the consequences. Consistency is essential.

  13. 10. Consider having students set classroom conduct guidelines on the first day of class. This causes students to feel as if it is also their class or, some professors have success having students sign code of conduct guideline contracts (Bartlett, 2004).

  14. References: Braden, S. Smith, D. (2006). Managing the College Classroom: Perspectives from an Introvert and an Extrovert. College Quarterly, 9(1)