Classroom management in the education environment
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INTRODUCTION The centre of production of the education system is the classroom. Classrooms are important in that they are the places where education takes place. Classrooms should be places where students spend most of their time, respond to any kind of their needs, and they can enjoy being there. Although many preliminary studies have been carried out on the quality of education, what is important is the atmosphere and performance created by the teacher in the classroom, and this performance can be explained with classroom management. The concept of classroom management, aim of classroom management, classroom management models (reactive model, preventive model, developmental model, holistic model), classroom management approaches (Kouin’s approach, the approach of Jones&Jones, Giot’s approach, Glasser’s approach, Dreikurs’ approach), the dimensions of classroom management, factors affecting classroom management, discipline in the classroom, and the approaches of teachers towards classroom management are covered in this section in line with the literature.