Classroom management is important for creating the conditions for learning. Effective classroom management minimises disruption and addresses all levels of engagement and productive student behaviours.

Effective classroom management is important for a student’s achievement in reading because it creates an environment that minimises disruptions, maximises instruction time, and encourages students to engage in their learning.

The CESE literature review, Classroom management: Creating and maintaining positive learning environments defines classroom management and provides a brief overview of classroom management research. It also describes the characteristics of effective classroom management strategies and how schools can best support teachers when implementing them.

Listen to Eddie Woo discuss the importance of student engagement, and define what this means, explaining the research and giving some practical advice.

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