GUIDELINES TO CREATE A POSITIVE CLASSROOM CLIMATE IN THE 21ST CENTURY FOR PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS

  • สุมนา โสตถิผลอนันต์ สาขาการศึกษาปฐมวัย บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏพระนคร
Keywords: positive classroom climate, empathy, 21st Century learning, essential skills, social skill

Abstract

21st Century learning focuses on the essential skills to develop learners. That the effective classroom learning cannot occur unless the teachers are able to develop and implement discipline systematically by creating positive classroom climate with empathy, encouraging students to participate in academic learning and enhancing the development of the affective domain that it is to learn to understand others, and can live together with their classmates. It is due to the fact that the concepts of positive classroom management can prevent bad things, support good things and can correct the worst behaviors of the students. The teachers, therefore, should use the guidelines to create a positive classroom climate with empathy that are; 1) setting an environment which can support the students to be able to create the products from group process and to know to help others, 2) encouraging the students to participate in the class by the collaborative learning, 3) using media and information technology by sharing with others, 4) emphasizing more communication to exchange others’ opinions and listen to others with empathy, 5) giving the students some opportunities to learn how to understand others and the teachers must attend all students’ behaviors by observing and select to use an appropriate management, 6) self-disciplining to listen others’ opinions and to be a good listener to understand a communication, and 7) knowing students individually that can be able to promote their learning style and some behaviors.

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Published
2018-04-16
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บทความทางวิชาการ (Article)