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  • When the teacher controls the classroom, learning is more effective. Classroom control includes managing student behavior through discipline and structure, making the classroom environment conducive to learning, the planning and delivery of content through appropriate activities, and controlling the physical aspects of the classroom to ensure safety and a positive learning environment. These actions eliminate barriers to learning.

    Glasser (1984) taught that balance in the classroom is an important psychological component for students to witness and possess a sense of control in their world. Behaviorism predicts that the right set of rewards and punishments will modify student behaviors toward optimal learning conditions. Transactional analysis suggested that the adult ego state embodied by the teacher would help keep the student-child ego state in check. Ginott recommended that ...

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