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Effective classroom management is the key to being an effective teacher, as well as in making sure learning is taking place. How you manage your classroom is the primary determinant of how well your students will learn. Knowledge about classroom management can help a teacher to maximize his teaching experience in many ways. It helps to have a task oriented environment, it prevents class disturbances with effective rules, and it sets limits for studentsâ€™ behavior with corrective and appropriate consequences.
Knowledge about classroom management helps in having a task oriented class. Students know what is expected of them and how to succeed. Learning does not
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Appropriate Classroom Environment
Administration of Early Childhood Ed. Programs ECE312
January 16, 2012
Developmentally Appropriate Practices are based on research that proves overwhelmingly that quality early childhood experiences foster optimal development of the whole child. The classroom serves as a developmentally appropriate learning environment which supports children’s initiatives to explore, investigate, observe and experiment, while allowing for appropriate risk taking within safe boundaries. In a developmentally appropriate classroom, assessment of young children is ongoing, authentic, and purposeful. Observational assessment shows children’s
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I believe the classroom should be a safe, challenging, and enjoyable environment that engages students with interesting, relevant, and interactive materials and discussions. I would like to get to know my students and want them to feel like they are involved in their learning process. I want them to understand that there are rules and consequences but I do not want to spend my time being a disciplinarian. I want them to understand we are all in this together and let’s learn and enjoy it together.
The ovals represent computers. There would be a total of twenty-five computers. The computers would be networked with classroom management
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with Friends! a.! When instructed, line up at the door in a polite and quiet fashion.! b.! Follow the teacher in hallway etiquette by maintaining polite, quiet and in a nicely ! formed line. ! c.! When outside, each student is expected to follow the school’s pre discussed ! ! playground rules.! d.! If an organized game is played, each student must adhere to the rules of the ! ! game.! e.! While outside when you hear the whistle or bell line up at the designated area in ! ! a quick and polite manner. ! f.! Remain in line and resume hallway etiquette during transition to restroom and ! ! drink break. ! g.! Politely and quietly reform line and proceed back the the classroom.!
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The Flipped Classroom
The Flipped Classroom
A concept that has become popular is the "flipped classroom." A flipped classroom is a form of learning in which students watch a short video clip as a homework assignment at their own pace. The student can communicate with teachers and peers through online discussions about anything they may not understand. These videos are created by teacher, they are 5-7 minutes long providing information on the idea that a student would usually learn in the classroom. This allows the teachers to act as a coach or advisor during class, encouraging students to work collaboratively to complete activity. In the video, Katie Gimbar stated that the students
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Definition of Trend/Issue
Inclusion is the combining both general education classrooms and special education classrooms into one. Full inclusion combines everyone regardless of the severity of his/her disability; whereas partial inclusion leaves those with severe and profound disabilities and/or intellectual disabilities in self-contained special education classrooms. In an inclusive classroom setting, special services are brought into the classroom instead of students being pulled out of the classroom for those special services (Henson, 2006, p.366). An inclusion classroom is designed to allow students with special needs the opportunity to access the full curriculum and view children
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The Effective Classroom Environment
The environment created by the teacher in his/her classroom can have a positive or negative effect on student learning. In the school that I work in, this presents a formidable challenge. There is no way around it, MHS is an ugly building. The main walls are orange and yellow and there are virtually no walls between the classrooms. It was built in the 1970’s with an open classroom concept. This “experiment” proved to be an absolute failure. Teachers could not hear students, students could hear lessons going on in other rooms; confusion and noise abounded. Since its original construction, some temporary cubicle-type walls have been put in place
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February 26, 2011
EDU-225 Instructional Technology
Prof. Amanda Bruce MEd.
Technology in Education
In today’s society many technologies have become useful in education. To make students successful in education today, we must use all tools that are given to us. We must realize that our students today are being brought up in an age of technology that has never been seen before. Today most homes have computers in them and most children are more literate to technology. The need for students today is to learn and make use of the skills that they have in technology and use them in the classroom. The digital world is so much part of the world today, how can educators ignore it. In the
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he growth of technology has spurred the inclusion of new and various forms of technology in many locations and branches of life, from government offices to communication companies and the social life, such as Twitter, Facebook and MySpace. However, some of the most common places technology can be found are in our education systems, our classrooms and district offices. Although schools find themselves using more and more new technologies each day, they find themselves also the subject of much controversy over the use of this technology in the first place.
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syndromes, social level and medical disorders. This previous knowledge allows classroom tasks to be designed to allow for student success and individual development. Humans use tools (Physical and mental) to create new tools. For Vygoysky, one of the main aims of education is to help children acquire tools of their culture. By teaching children how to use mental tools children master their own behaviour, gain independence and reach a higher developmental level (Roopnarine & Johnson, 2009). This forms part of the scaffolding done prior to the lesson by the teacher. According to Vygotsky, learning and teaching leads to higher order mental function. This includes mediated perception, focused
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The Importance of Classroom Management
An effective classroom management plan is the key to becoming an effective teacher, as well as making sure that is learning going on in the classroom. (Wong, Wong, Rogers, & Brooks, 2012) All classrooms should have an effective teacher to teach the students. An effective classroom management plan will also help the teacher keep the classroom under control and it helps the students focus better. An effective classroom management plan will help keep the teachers lesson plans running smoothly throughout the year. Learning to manage a classroom full of students can be difficult at times, but with dilliance and careful planning you will soon find out that
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The effects of classroom layout on student interaction and classroom control
This study examined whether classroom seating layout affected student interaction and classroom control during Command Leadership and Management courses (CLM). Seating layouts included: a) individual seating arrangements, b) horseshoe, c) grouped, and d) paired seating arrangement. The study consisted of 12 soldiers on a junior CLM course which was conducted over a period of 5days. In conducting the research I looked at two main areas; 1) social interaction and 2) classroom control. As well as this I recorded results of the students’ personal feelings and opinions of the classroom via questionnaires. I also
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Online Learning vs. Traditional Classroom Learning
Wiley Lee Langley
November 8, 2012
Linda Wright, PhD
Online Learning vs. Traditional Classroom Learning
Traditional classroom learning involves teacher/student interaction in a classroom setting whereas online learning is in a virtual environment. The traditional classroom setting is teacher centered involving textbooks, lectures, note taking, recitation, memorization, and the type of learning involving listening and observation. Online learning does not have a fixed location in which to meet and it involves virtual classroom transmission via the internet or network in the form of software designed to instruct the student
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The Theory of Multiple Intelligences
As it relates to my classroom
Implementation of this theory in my future classroom will be challenging, because the theory is more of a frame of mind than a plan of action. As Gardner said,
An interesting development is the attempt to modify traditional curricula: whether one is teaching history, science, or the arts, the theory of multiple intelligences offers a teacher a number of different approaches to the topic, several modes of representing key concepts, and a variety of ways in which students can demonstrate their understandings (Gardner, 1997). (National Research Council, 2000, p. 101)
Some educators believe that all children
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Neuroenhancement; Stimulants in the Classroom
In the current economy, people are competing to earn a decent living; meanwhile, only certain individuals receive a prescription for neuroenhancing medication. An individual receiving Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) treatment is at an advantage compared to an individual with ADHD and no prescription. Neuroenhancing drugs, categorized as stimulants, are most often prescribed to people who’ve been diagnosed with ADHD. Students are the main focus of this research paper because data supports the claim that neuroenhancers are often used to improve performance in the classroom. There are positive and negative results that come from
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languages, I received permission to leave school and answer the mayor's call. For five days, I served as a translator for surviviors, rescue workers and family members who were interrogated by the police and FBI. Immersed in a horrific situation, I fought valiantly to hide my emotions. Although I couldn't eliminate the terror, my ability to speak the same language as the family members seemed to bring them comfort during those bleak hours. Ironically, my own bi-lingual lifestyle originated in fear. In September of 1990, my mother forced me into a first grade classroom, ignoring my plaintive cries. "Mama…don't go…Mama…don't leave me!" Armed with only a few basic
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Children R’ Special: An Appropriate Classroom Environment
ECE312: Administration of Early Childhood Ed. Programs
Instructor: Carmen Balgobin
May 2, 2013
When entering a preschool or elementary classroom, the contents, arrangements and overall environment should be a first impression of you as a teacher. From the engaging materials displayed, to the furniture, to the overall appearance and map layout, should speak volumes to parents upon entering; that you are prepared. Collectively, you are building a classroom that is developmentally appropriate – a place that is comfortable, safe, and secure. With such a developmentally appropriate
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Classroom Management Related to Student Developmental Levels
Classroom Management Related to Student Developmental Levels
Grand Canyon University: TCH-536
September 14, 2011
Classroom Management Related to Student Developmental Levels
Teachers have many roles in the classroom, but one of the most important is being a classroom manager. In order for teachers to effectively teach and for students to learn, the classroom must be suitable and well managed. When procedures, protocols, and rules are not put in place to help guide the students behavior then a chaotic situation could arise that lends itself to students being disrespectful and conduct themselves in a
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Technology Use in the Mathematics Classroom
Technology is a growing field that affects every aspect of our everyday lives.
When I look at centuries past, I am amazed at the technological advances this country has
made. Just during my lifetime, computers, cell phones, digital cameras, and many other
devices have become a huge part of everyday life. Not only is technology affecting every
day life, but it is also making a huge impact on education, especially within the
mathematic field. Computer programs are being created everyday to aid in the
understanding of mathematical concepts. Calculators are replacing the pen and paper
method of tabulating answers. The question that remains
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classroom learning and to use economic concepts in one’s own life, even years after being in the classroom ( Salemi, 2005).
2.2 Economic Education
Economics education involves the use of appropriate teaching methodology in the understanding of economics as a concept and facilitates the in-depth residual knowledge of the learners in order for them to contribute meaningfully to the growth and development of the society. Economics education involves imparting knowledge effectively by making use of learners centered approaches to promote learner self confidence in tackling economic problems (NOU,2012).
2.3 Present State of Economic Education
There has been a great deal of research on economic
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greater interest from the students.
The book Teachers and Machines by Larry Cuban provides an excellent history of technology throughout the 20th century in the classroom. The technology he discusses is from film, radio and television and then goes into the introduction of computers in the early 1980’s. In the 1980s teachers were afraid that their jobs were on the line because they thought they were all going to be replaced with computers.
It is important to use technology in schools, technology is made to simplify the way we do things, and so both students and teachers can benefit from the integration of technology in schools. This has been the case for years and a number of inventions
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Fabulous First Grade Case Study: Thinking Outside The Box to Manage Disruptions
First Grade Teacher Keller Elementary
Green Bay, Wisconsin
December 10, 2013
This is a case study of one of my first graders who began the year with what one would call quite a reputation for disrupting the class. In this study I will try to show how I had to reflect, change, and implement other strategies/methods in order for him to coexist in our classroom. As I write this about student M, I have just come from having a very tough day with another student that we are currently looking into trying the same strategies. I say this because I am a person who reflects daily on the happenings
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Teaching Race Explicitly in the Classroom
Many literacy experts point out the fact that at the college level, black students who attend all-black schools tend to be more successful than those attending predominantly white schools. Even though these schools often lack resources and financial stability, they nonetheless produce more high achieving black students than predominantly white schools. For instance, according to Fleming, black students attending Historically Black Universities and Colleges (HBUC) have higher graduation rates than those attending predominately white institutions. Also, students who graduate from a HBUC and go on to attend predominantly white graduate schools do
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Team Dynamics in a Classroom Environment
Whether it's in school or at work teams play a big role in today's society, ether we like them or not, there will always be a time in our life when we have to be part of a team, either by choice or by requirement. I school we had to part of teams in the classroom or in sports, however when it comes to the real world, jobs may require people to be part of a team. When I worked as a Program Director and On Air Disc Jockey, at times it was a necessary requirement to work as one unit in order to achieve success. As Henry Ford once said, "Coming together is a beginning, Keeping together is progress, working together is success"*Grant M. (2000
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Reading or studying on an airplane while travelling can be very valuable. This out of classroom environment can be a very conducive venue for concentration, absorption and understanding of sometimes rather complicated subjects.
My job as an IT Security Analyst, allows me to travel quite frequently up and down the East Coast of the United States. Sometimes in excess of 3 times per week with an average flying time of three hours. This huge amount of flying time can be considered very precious for those who choose to utilize it wisely. I have read and studied many texts and user guides that were related to my profession just by using these blocks of flying time.
Sometime in late November
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Running Head: Exploring Graffiti Art in the ClassroomExploring Graffiti Art in the Classroom [Writer's Name][Institute's Name]Table of Contents
The Advent of Graffiti
Why Graffiti Art?
A Creative Path for Teenagers
Types of Graffiti
Teaching Through Graffiti
AbstractGraffiti is an art that has been defined by the levels of interactions that the graffiti artists have with each other. Graffiti has been known as one of the most influential and emerging art in the modern
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ï»¿Elena Arkhipova, PhD, assistant professor
Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
Blended Learning: Save Your Classroom Time
The very concept of blended learning is widely discussed nowadays. There are both enthusiastic and skeptical points of views, but the main missing point is we do not know what students think about blended learning and whether it feels more productive than face-to-face one.
We accept the definition of blended learning as â€˜any program where a student learns partly at a supervised physical location away from home (such as school) and partly through content delivered online, with some student control over the time, place, path, and/or paceâ€™1
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instruction and/or educational support or services” (NCATE). This student is in an inclusive classroom where she receives additional support from a special education teacher. This student requires a more individualized setting for instruction and supplementary academic support. The special education teacher shared with me that this student currently reads at a late second grade, early third grade reading level, this is consistent with the Intervention Study findings.
The International Reading Association (IRA) Advocacy Manual states “making a difference means making it different” (IRA, 2009, p. 3). As a professional in the field of literacy and education, it is important to not only to be
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Classroom management: setting class rules&motivation in the EFL class
I will continue talking about the same year as in the previous assignment, fourth year of primary education, and try to describe how I would establish classroom rules and motivate the students.
I would establish classroom rules together with the students during the first class if it is possible. Obviously, the process of having rules is not over in one day, as they become apparent during the next few weeks of enforcement, when I and the students deal with real situations in which these rules have to be tested so consistency in the application of consequences will be the key factor in maintaining a positive
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Standard vs. Nonstandard Dialects in the Classroom
In recent years, American school systems have had much problems dealing with students who speak in a dialect of non-standard English. In the article, “The Study of Nonstandard English,” author, William Labov, raises a topic of special interest, in which he examines the relationship of teachers and speakers of non-standard English within the classroom setting. According to Labov’s main argument, “nonstandard English is a system of rules, different from the standard but not necessarily inferior as a means of communication.” The author does a great job stating the problems faced by the urban ghettos in educational systems, and effectively
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Today, our society is more technologically advanced than it has ever been, and our schools have become more technologically progressive over the past few years, but does having technology in the classroom help or hinder the students from learning? A quote by John Dewey from his book Democracy and Education stated “If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.” Integrating technology into classrooms is not only essential in preparing the students for the future, but it is also an effective teaching method. Many surveys and studies have been done about using technology to teach students. Even as early as 6 years old to college level and the outcomes have
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July 20, 2013
Dr. Romelia Hurtado De Vivas
Diane, A. Carlo, M., Dressler, C., & Snow, C. (2005). The Critical Role of Vocabulary Development for English Language Learners. LEARNING DISABILITIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS, 1-8.
This article was written to study the impact of vocabulary on ELL students in the classroom and the importance of it. In recent years, there has been numerous studies on ELL students and the impact on their learning when vocabulary has been a main focus in the curriculum. Testing our students and finding out where they need to be and where they are in literacy is crucial in building a core curriculum that revolves around
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behaviour plan to do the following:
Provide social skills instruction Offer attribution training (teach them to understand how their actions affect their success and failure). This can be done within classroom or outside in settings like the Resource Room. Develop students’ choices within daily work Teach students to use self-management interventions Follow routines and foster transitions Establish and teach rules
Provide opportunities for child to build relationships with students
Better my understanding of ODD, so I can better understand my student and the best ways to teach him Get to know the child, to develop a
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You are expected to be at all rehearsals and all events. During band camp, attendance is extremely important because you will miss that day’s new material, and may have to be written out of the show. It is very difficult for new members to make up what they have missed. Any conflicts should be handled IMMEDIATELY!
Since the band functions as a single unit and not a group of individuals, Band performances are diminished by even a single absence. Hence, you will be at ALL band rehearsals and performances. It is the responsibility of the student to notify one of the Directors IN ADVANCE with a note or a phone call from the parent or guardian. Each request
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1. Creativity and InnovationStudents demonstrate creative thinking, constructknowledge, and develop innovative products andprocesses using technology.a. Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas,products, or processesb. Create original works as a means of personalor group expressionc. Use models and simulations to explore complexsystems and issuesd. Identify trends and forecast possibilities2. Communication and CollaborationStudents use digital media and environments tocommunicate and work collaboratively, includingat a distance, to support individual learning andcontribute to the learning of others.a. Interact, collaborate, and publish with peers,experts, or others employing a variety
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Best Practices Checklist and its effectiveness in relation to Classroom Management preparation/evaluation.
A. Physical setting
It is our responsibility as a teacher to provide a best as possible learning environment where learners feel safe and motivated to learn. This is why it is important to make sure that the first step in preparation of the class management, physical setting, is set up to help students in their learning and independence.
(A1) It is important to make sure that all the walls furniture, floors are in good repair, because its helps us to avoid possible hazards and accidents (trips, falls etc) during the lessons.
It is important to fallow the hygienic standards to
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7 Nov 2011
Should Teachers Be Allowed to Say Whatever They Want In a Classroom?
For years the topic of whether teachers should be allowed to speak their mind in a classroom, has been a constant issue. There are reports being made on a regular basis arguing this subject. We not only see or hear reports about it, however; we experience it first had without realizing that it is in fact a prominent issue. I myself had never had too much of an opinion on this matter but I do believe that teachers should be allowed to speak freely in a classroom. As citizens of the United States we are all entitled to freedom of speech, whether they are teachers or students. With
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Wise choices require effective thinking and effective thinking requires some previous knowledge. In the article “The Civil Classroom in the Age of the Net,” Dr. P.M. Forni states that over the past three generations, there has been a decrease of civility in the classrooms, from grade school through college. A synonym for “civility” is courtesy. Teachers and professors have lost respect from their students and have noticed unruly student behavior. This is the result of the new developing digital technology. Because the Net is available at anytime and at any place, Forni believes that students feel that learning or paying attention in class is no longer crucial to their education. To what
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Theories of teaching and learning and how they impact on the classroom environment
Education plays a significant role in supporting and influencing the healthy development of children. However, teaching is more than just knowing what to teach. Professional teachers must also understand how to teach their students. Therefore, in order to create an effective classroom environment which caters for the diversity of students and their various developmental levels and abilities, teachers are urged to apply a variety of teaching and learning theories. (Marsh, 2008 Ch12, p163). Piaget and Vygotsky presented theories on cognitive and social development which suggested that children often
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Thesis: Educators should be allowed to use some forms of mild physical discipline in order to ensure that schools remain safe, structured environments where all children can learn effectively.
Violent crime in U.S. schools is a real problem despite tough safety measures. As such, it is increasingly important that teachers and administrators are able to take steps to manage student misbehavior and prevent small infractions from escalating into more serious threats. The occasional spanking can be an extremely effective means of reducing disruptions, and many expert psychologists and pediatricians agree that it has not been shown to have any appreciable negative effects on children, nor does
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In this essay I will discuss an activity implemented with year 5 classes which involved a number of mathematical and problem solving activities. The children were split into pairs and were given the task of independently solving as many problems as they could. In total, there were 30 activities laid out separately on tables in the school hall. The children were given answer sheets and in their pairs, were allowed to attempt any problem, in any order, with an aim of completing as many as possible.
The activities were varied and covered many areas of the curriculum including number systems, calculations, problem solving and data handling. All the activities were practical, hands on and
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Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related
Grand Canyon University: EDU 535TE
Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related
Classroom management and discipline are terms that are very often used interchangeably in the education field. However, there are clear distinctions between the two and it is important for educators to be aware of these differences. Classroom management is the teacher’s responsibility and refers to how things are done. Discipline is the responsibility of both the teacher and student and can best be simply described as how people behave. A further, more in depth look at these terms and how they should be applied to a
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Discipline, of course, is only one of the many components that figure into classroom management. The variety of interpersonal relationships and personalities within the classroom and many more aspects can play a critical role. To quote Evertson and Weinstein in their Handbook of Classroom Management (2006:5), classroom management is not merely a "bag of tricks" that is passed on from one teacher to another--it is "a multifaceted endeavor that is far more complex than establishing rules, rewards, and penalties to control students' behavior."
Discipline: Student Conduct and Classroom Management
Discipline problems do arise in the college classroom. What would you consider a discipline
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ASSIGNMMENT NUMBER 6
CLASS ROOM MANAGEMENT
Management of the classroom is about â€œâ€¦managing the classroom situation to ensure that an atmosphere is generated where the most effective learning takes place for all of the students.â€ Teachers need to be in control of the situation and direct the studies to students while being able to identify an individuals needs.
Creating a working atmosphere is an important part of classroom management and will depend on a number of factors to cope with the needs of the student, for example, class size if the class is large this can lead to disturbance, disruption and lack of control which will affect the students
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The key to a good teacher is not always the most knowledge on a subject, nor is it always the most up-to-date information on any given subject. There is a great deal more to the "good teacher" that in this age of the emergency credential often gets overlooked. Before the knowledge can even be attempted to pass from teacher to student, a complex framework of rules, procedures and other classroom organizational procedures must be set up. This is an idea passed on from teacher to teacher over generation, but it is also an idea that Fredric Jones has made the basis for his many theories on the art of teaching. Jones argues that without a proper structure and framework, the vast
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School begins at 7:45 a.m. and dismisses at 2:45 p.m. The students in 4th and 5th grade receive no recess, but all grades below 4th do. Parents are allowed to walk their child into the school and they are also allowed to eat lunch with their children.
The classroom of Mr. England is set up to be practical for his students. The desks are arranged in 5 sets of 4 and 1 set of 3. There are 5 computers available to the students and a cart of books for Accelerated Reader testing. A Promethean board is at the front and center of the
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capable of being stars. A teacher in my eyes is someone who takes on a very important role in a student’s life. Becoming a teacher makes me feel like I will make a difference in each one of my student’s lives. They will go on remembering me as the one who influenced them.
It is important for me to remember that my students are our future. I believe that all children are distinct individuals and are capable of bringing something unique and special to the world. I will help children to develop their potential by believing in them and by assisting them in discovering who they are. It is important to me to create a classroom family where each of my students is treated with love, care and
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Appropriate Expectations Case Study
Intro to Early Childhood Behavior Management
Instructor: Amy Johnson
August 11, 2014
It seems that there are more and more students in classrooms today that are becoming easily distracted, Ron appears to be one of many students facing this challenge. In order to help and prepare Ron for success in the classroom, Ms. Bosco will need to identify and describe appropriate classroom behavior, critically analyze his behavior as well as implement strategies. One strategy that Ms. Bosco has decided to implement is to increase his sense of community by having him sit with his peers and having all students learn