Classroom Management

Classroom management can be defined as set of standards or behaviors instructors use to create the structure of their teaching environment and learning community. It covers a wide variety of topics including organization, instruction, conflict resolution, the use of technology, and other activities that foster an atmosphere conducive to teaching and learning. Because learning is a continuous and dynamic process—occurring both inside and outside of the classroom—you should be flexible and respond to student feedback by adapting classroom management strategies when necessary.

“Managing the College Classroom: Perspectives from an Introvert and an Extrovert”
Stephen W. Braden and Deborah N. Smith, College Quarterly (2006)

Classroom Management
Baruch College Faculty Handbook

Classroom Management Strategies
Lisa Rodriguez,

Keeping Essential Records
Lisa Rodriguez,

A Brief Summary of the Best Practices in Teaching
Tom Drummond, North Seattle Community College

Classroom Management in the Online Environment
Daniel P. Stewart - Fayetteville Technical Community College

10 Effective Classroom Management Techniques Every Faculty Member Should Know
Faculty Focus

Effective Classroom Management Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning
Indiana University Bloomington