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Classroom Management Framework Competencies

Domain: Classroom Management

Subdomains: Expectations, Relationship Building, Physical Space

9 Competencies

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Classroom management is more than addressing student behavior. In order to create a culture of learning, students need clear expectations, opportunities to build positive relationships, and a safe and accessible physical environment. By consistently modeling and communicating detailed routines and procedures, students learn what is expected of them. Positive, professional, and equitable behavior practices teach students how to engage respectfully in and out of the art room. Creating an organized and predictable space promotes accessibility, inclusivity, and maximizes student engagement.

The Classroom Management Domain is broken down into three subdomains: Expectations, Relationship Building, and Physical Space. These subdomains are further broken down into a total of nine specific teaching competencies. Each classroom management competency has a corresponding description, instructional indicators, and an assessment rubric inclusive of targeted proficiency-level language.

Teachers and administrators can use this information as a self-assessment tool to identify holes in classroom management practices, areas of strength, and means to improve. Look carefully at the rubric provided to reflect on your teaching as it pertains to classroom management, identify pertinent goals, and develop a relevant professional development plan. These rubrics should be revisited to monitor and adjust progress towards identified classroom management goals.

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Classroom management competencies

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