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Classroom Behaviour Management: Increase Student Engagement and Promoting Positive Behaviour

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Student behaviour and engagement in school is crucial for effective learning. The classroom management approaches are usually categorised into two main groups- reactive and proactive. This article examines classroom behaviour management through the lens of reactive and proactive management strategies. It reports on the perceptions of different stakeholders regarding low-level disengaged behaviour in the classroom. Also, evaluate some of the strategies teachers employ for managing student behaviour and effectiveness of those strategies. Antecedent behaviour management strategies have been an effective tool for managing disengaged behaviour. Despite the positive outcomes of antecedent approaches research showed educators employed these strategies occasionally.

Keywords: Applied Behaviour Analysis; antecedent behaviour management; behaviour management; classroom behaviour management; disengaged behaviour; engagement; management strategies; motivation; proactive antecedent strategies

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2020

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