The dominant style can be considered a negative approach, but in the classroom management field it is not. An educator implement a dominance style is focused on the business of running a classroom. They provide students with a clear purpose and strong guidance regarding both academics and student behavior.
Teachers can establish a dominate management style by:
Establishing set conditions that hold the entire group responsible for behavioral and academic expectations.
Providing a purpose for learning.
Responding to student appropriate and inappropriate behavior.
When a teacher implements these three approaches, an educator is seen as impartial and open-minded (Wubbels,Brekelmans,van Tartwijk,& Admiral,1999). Rapport is established by the teachers actions, not perceived feels. Students can interpret a teacher’s behaviors, actions, and temperament as being neutral and fair-minded.
Remember that students consider every action or behavior that a teacher displays in the classroom as signs to what kind of relationship this educator wants with them. So if a teacher, for example: he students will infer meaning from that educator’s behavior or action.
Picking and choosing which expectations and consequences to enforce is problematic. If, for example, a teacher