THEORIES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGEMENT. PISMP Wan Nur Amalina Wan Mansor Fuzilla Ayub Salwa Wahidan Nur Asyiqin Mohd Razli. JACOB. Models of classroom discipline and its application The Kounin Model (Group Management) By Jacob Kounin; 3. Introduction to Kounin’s Model. Choice Theory. William Glasser Systems Theory. Solution Kounin, Jacob S. ( ) Discipline and Group Management in Classrooms. Holt, Rinehart and.

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Briefly acknowledging student misbehavior at first detection to let the student and the class know that the teacher is aware, thus preventing an escalation of the misbehavior. According to Kounin, overlapping and withitness are critical to preventing off task and unwanted behaviour in the classroom. Continually being alert to the myriad of sights and sounds in the classroom. Feedback Privacy Policy Feedback. The teacher could have a visual of a pocket chart to show where that group will be during the time granted.

The teacher should have communicated to all students the expectations and can have these displayed so kounon can be “with-it”.

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Jacob Kounin [Group Management] Jacob Kounin, author of Discipline and Group Management in Classrooms developed a theory focused on preventing unwanted behaviour by implementing effective lesson management. Kounin said that is was not necessary for the teacher to know what is going on, but for the students to perceive that the teacher knows.

Kouninn identified specific maanagement techniques that help, and hinder, classroom discipline. However, the model has a tendency to work with most students and maintains a well organized classroom with minimal inappropriate behaviors.


Another example, if the teacher is in the middle of a lecture and a student enters the room the teacher should make eye contact with the student, have an area for the student to turn in work, and continue with the lesson. For example, a pink card for Suzy, Bobbie, and Billy could stand for the Phonics station. The teacher is responsible for inhibiting poor behavior. What makes a good theoy

An effective lesson pulls the student along. Once the timer has elapsed the students would be instructed of how to rotate. It is very important that elementary instructors maintain their energy and enthusiasm when presenting to their students.

Classroom Management Theorists and Theories/Jacob Kounin

Brad Harrington Boston Maanagement. Why is classroom management important? An example would be to have something for students who finish an assignment early to work on or do so that the teacher is still kounjn to mentor and monitor the students who are still working without having to stop what they are doing to give more instructions. These videos contain things you should avoid in dealing with student.

Discipline and Group Management in Classrooms. The teacher can then intervene or take the group to a different track if required. Theroy the students are doing their work the teacher can go to the tardy student and tell them what they missed or answer theoy questions from the homework assigned the night before. Kounin’s theories are very useful in a Middle School setting.

The “with-it-ness” that comes with being an effective teacher is most often the fruit of planning and keeps students on task. The teacher can lose control over a disruptive student. Kounin found that teaching classorom directly affects student behaviour, and that teachers who are organised, have well planned lessons, and are constantly aware of all students and happenings in their classroom will have success in preventing unwanted and off task behaviour.


A case study approach to classroom management. This takes a special ability to diffuse potentially distracting situations in which teachers need to bring students back to the task at hand. The teacher is able to speak to the class about a topic as they walk around the classroom to monitor their students.

When every student always has something to do, jqcob will not become bored and find off-task behavior to engage in. Kounln does a positive classroom environment. About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service. Retrieved on June 9,from Kounin, J. Students that feel they are learning will make connections between old and new material.

Smoothness is maintaining direction in the lesson and not being diverted by irrelevant incidents. In order for implementation to be effective the teacher must be well organized, communicate their expectations to their students, and hold them responsible for their actions to encourage motivation and attention. Overlapping is the ability for a teacher to in classroo, word, multi-task.

His best-known work was done in the s, where he conducted two major case studies.