Classroom Management Letter
Teachers should be intentional and systematic in the way they manage their classroom considering the linguistic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds of the students. Clear classroom management plans help to reduce confusion and set clear expectations for students accounting for their interests, academic, social and behavioral needs. It is also beneficial for teachers to share their classroom management plans with other stakeholders such as the parents or guardians of the students.
You have recently been hired to teach a sixth grade inclusive classroom at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School. Your principal has asked you to write a 500-750 word letter to the parents of your students outlining your classroom management plan.
Within your letter, address the following:
Include a brief introduction of yourself and formal closing.
Support your findings with 2-3 scholarly resources.