EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT IN 21st CENTURY

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Panida Chatayapha

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Nowadays, the society has changed rapidly based on the advancement of science and technology. People’s lifestyle is full of rush in order to fit in the present society; as a result, a paradigm on early childhood development in the social, economic, and cultural dimensions might have been shifted to be suitable for lifestyle in 21st Century. Therefore, to enhance early childhood education to develop young learners to live their lives properly in the present world becomes crucial for stakeholders who make an attempt to ensure that the early childhood educational management nowadays would serve the concepts and the goals which are developing the children properly in every aspect: physically, mentally, socially, and intellectually. That can be seen as quite a challenge for parents, teachers, and caretakers at child development centers for designing learning process that would respond to a child's development, as well as, interest in order that the children would be prepared to live in the rapidly changing society. Early childhood is considered the most important period for personality and brain development; hence, learning management for children in this period is different from other periods, especially, classroom management which affects a child's learning management. That is because classroom management involves preparing a physical atmosphere of a classroom, materials, and activities, including behavior modification in order to maintain the positive learning environment, to help a teacher manage learning better, and to gain participation from learners. Based on a number of hours a child spends in, A classroom can, as a result, be considered the second home for them and has a good influence to cultivate desirable characteristics such as self-confidence, cooperative skills, avidity for learning, responsibility, and critical thinking. To conclude, classroom management is the process of managing a class to be an efficiently class, and as a result, to truly be effective for learners.

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