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...classroom materials and activities wisely to promote social skills and social action instead of prejudice. Narahara (1998) discusses how gender stereotypes in books can affect children. She contends that storybooks provide role models for children in defining standards for feminine and masculine behavior, and books that have stereotypical content for gender. On the other hand, non-sexist books encourage the development of positive self-concept, attitudes and behavior. Bainbridge, Pantaleo and Ellis (1999) suggest that multicultural books be included in the repertoire of classroom materials claiming that multicultural children’s literature... Celebrating Cultures from Around the World A...
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Classroom Managment
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...classroom management. This paper develops an annotated bibliography of literature on the subject. Literature search Online search for literature on classroom management was used to generate articles for review. Convenience and cost effectiveness of online databases informed the approach. The search was however restricted to professional sources. Key words The following key words were used in the literature search. Classroom, management, strategies, effectiveness, benefits, challenges, roles Resources EbscoHost... room management: Annotated bibliography April 20, room management: Annotated bibliography Research topic The room environment experiences disturbance and this identifies significance of...
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Classroom Management
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...classroom lessons occur efficiently regardless of disruptive demeanour of scholars. It also implies the avoidance of disruptive demeanour. It is probably the most intricate component of teaching for many instructors undeniably experiencing quandaries in these field results, causing some instructors to abandon the teaching field. Most instructors dread unconstructive scholar attitudes. Consequently, many would rather not venture into teaching if they would experience this. When an instructor loses control of his/her classroom, it is usually extremely difficult to get back... that control. This instructor, consequently, has to adopt correct demeanour control measures if...
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Classroom observation
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...classroom observations. Classroom observations are frequently conducted in schools because they provide the people in charged with all the information that is required to upgrade the educational setup. However, from the perspective of the teacher being observed by the supervisor or the director of studies in a classroom, there is too much that gets at stake in such visits. Classroom observations raise the level of teachers’ consciousness and anxiety no matter how casually a director may perform them, because... the teachers know that their capabilities are being assessed and their performance is being critically analyzed. The acquired consciousness is quite likely to sap a teacher’s ability...
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Classroom Comparison
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...classrooms in America. In this country I have found that classroom are much more conducive for learning. There are some characteristics that are similar though. I have found that both classrooms have at least one teacher aide. This person helps the students who are struggling in the class. Also, both classrooms use group activities to build up friendships between the students. I enjoy participated in anything that requires me to work with others. Also, there are many ways in which both classrooms are different... room Comparison My room experience from my childhood was not a good one. I was not encouraged to ask questions. Other people would frown on my enthusiasm. This is very different from...
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Classroom Tardiness
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...classroom tardiness. Classroom tardiness continues to cause disruption and delay in a variety of different classrooms, with many different student demographics. It is proposed, through the use of appropriate mobile communications technology, that through teacher intervention and appropriate use of mobile technology can reduce student tardiness. Educational Research Project: Using technology as a tool to reduce classroom tardiness Introduction It might not necessarily be the students... , themselves, which must regulate their own personal environments in order to avoid being tardy in different classrooms. It is a relatively common understanding that youths, today, tend to...
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Classroom management
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...Classroom management is not only fundamental for “encouraging and establishing student self-control” but it is also tightly wound with concepts such as “academic achievement, teacher efficacy, and teacher and student behaviour” (232). Therefore, it is highly important that teachers exercise good classroom management skills as well as develop a good learning environment for their pupils. For students studying in k-4 grades... , it is very crucial that they are brought up in a positive academic environment where they not only learn what is inside the textbook, but also about the world that lies outside. In order to encourage academic performance as well as overall performance and development of...
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...classroom, inevitably affecting the learning of all students and acting as distractions from schoolwork. Often behavioral issues such as disrespect for teachers, tardiness, and absenteeism coincide with bullying issues and present discipline problems to teaching staff and administration. Nearly 50 percent of high school principals stated that they dealt... room Management room Management room management Introduction Statistics show that approximately 14 percent of students have been victims of bullying at the middle and high school levels, causing approximately 10 percent of students to drop out or change schools out of fear (Bullying Statistics, 2009). Behavioral problems are taking place inside the...
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Classroom Management
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...classroom, several aspects must be considered, namely: classroom organization, motivation, discipline and teaching styles. These elements are what a good teacher must keep... Learning today has become more dynamic. Compared to how were taught in the past, the younger generation is being taught critical thinking asearly as elementary level. They are motivated to think on their own and apply learning to what happens in real-life. I believe this way of teaching is more ideal than how the old ways where teachers go on and on about a topic and where students find themselves being commended for knowing the right answers or punished for giving the wrong ones. To have what can be an ideal management of a classro...
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Classroom Management
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...classroom management. I believe that if these are followed, students will engage in meaningful learning instead of disruptive behaviors. Two of the elements focus on prevention of behaviors and one will focus on handling disruptions. Planning is the first key to positive classroom management. Students that are actively engaged in learning do not have time to become disruptive. Keeping students busy at all times within a positive learning environment requires... room management is the first challenge many new teachers face. Good room management cerates and educational environment that invited and encourages good behavior and learning. There are three key element sot my personal philosophy of...
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Classroom Management
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...classroom management is a special skill that is not only concerned with the learning process but its something that's practiced daily. There are ten useful tips that can lead teachers to maintain successful classroom management and discipline. It's Easier to Get Easier Most of the primary school teachers make the mistake of making a poor plan for the maintenance of discipline in the classroom.(Beykont, 2002, pp-24) Young student have the ability to quickly assess the situation in their classroom and they after... Running Head: room Management room Management of Management and room discipline can cause consternation and fear in teachers and particularly the primary school teachers. We can say that...
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Classroom Observation
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...Classroom Observation For this essay, I observed a third grade classroom of nine children at Theills Elementary School on May 2, 2006. Of these children, seven were boys, and two were girls. They varied between the ages of eight and nine, with most being eight. Each child showed varying degrees of development, although all were near expectations for grade level. These children were Anthony, Conner, Dhruv, Eric, Jarrett, Jason, Lori, Richard, and Vee. Anthony was a very quiet child, who tended to choose one activity and remain focused on it for extended periods of time. He did not tend to interact with other children, was not interested in trying new activities, which I found very... ...
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Classroom Design
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...classroom is about 50 square feet, exclusive of storage spaces, equipment and other built-in furnishings (Recommendations for Early Childhood Facilities Standards n.d.). A researcher for the Thomas Jefferson for Educational Design of the University Virginia citing various research studies recommends that a classroom must have a "high degree of spatial differentiation" (Butin, 2000, Key Spaces in Early Education Centers section par 3) to support... room Design Profile of the ideal room for typically developing children: room design for preschool children should be able to meet the necessary requirements for safety, comfort and opportunities for learning, interaction and play. The ideal size for a...
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Classroom Management
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...Classroom organization and management are some of the key factors that determine the success of teaching and learning. This essay will briefly describe two in-class activities and two out-of-class activities, briefly describing two behavioral expectations a teacher would have for each of these activities. The essay will also describe two evaluation methods to determine the level of student understanding of classroom behavioral expectations and consequences. A. 1. In-class... ? room Management Introduction Teachers need to continuously think about how they will manage room space effectively so as to maintain an orderly learning environment for the varied learning activities expected to take place....
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Classroom Observation
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...classroom in which the observer spent an hour to understand and observe how specific teaching strategies affect students' learning and motivation. Classroom type: Science Inclusive Class Name of the school: Farley Middle School Grade: 7th Name... room Observation Introduction Teaching is not as easy as it is usually considered to be. Teachers are responsible for not only the education oftheir students but also their all-round development just like the parents. In fact the pressure on the teachers are more because they are being paid for the job unlike parents. Teaching is a very demanding profession. Day by day the teacher's job is becoming more complex. The following are the details of the...
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Classroom engagement
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...classroom into units where every section utters one segment of a new word as an additional activity of drilling students to learn new vocabulary. In small groups, the teacher can direct some training activities on vocabulary (Marzano and Pickering, 2010). When learners became interested in learning they tend to be active, and concrete during the learning process (Marzano and Pickering, 2010). However... ? room engagement room engagement When teaching vocabulary, the teacher can use activities such as games. Thesegames are conducted in a manner that makes the language activity interesting to the learners, and motivated to take part in the learning process. For this activity, the teacher will break their...
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Classroom observation
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...classroom. The three methods were learning objective and targets, visual aids and actions and activities. Each of the three methods observed will be explained and described in this paper. Method One: Learning Objectives and Targets Learning objectives and targets refer to the lesson or end result that teachers establish for the day’s lesson (Moss and Brookhart, 2012). According to the learning target theory of action, the learning objective and target should be established in a way that includes... room Observation By Introduction My room observation took place at Saint Vincent, a Catholic primary school. I observed year three. Overall, I observed three methods used for engaging children in the...
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Smart classroom
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...classrooms have led to a shift in the understanding of traditional education. While smart classrooms are designed in such a way so as to improve the students’ performance and ability, while providing them with a more effective learning experience, there are, however, challenges that need to be considered. Therefore, this paper aims to take... To what extent have smart rooms changed the concept of traditional education? Starting from the recent developments in the area of teaching – both in terms of methodology and the technology designed to meet the constantly teaching/ learning needs, as well as the challenges teachers are increasingly faced with, this paper aims to examine the extent to which smart...
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Classroom Management
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...classroom at times can prove to be intricate while trying to teach and experiencing such crisis can cause teachers to depart. The reason behind for the departure of teachers from the teaching field is caused by the attitudes and discipline of the negative students. Classroom management can be based on motivation, discipline and respect. The approaches adopted by every teacher may vary from situation to situation in classrooms. Every academic year witnesses... room management illustrates the progression of ensuring that teaching and impartation of knowledge is undisturbed by undesired who through disruptive behavior can cause disturbance while a class is in session. Application of management in a...
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Classroom Environment
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...classroom environment should reflect the goals and expectations of the teacher. It will also dictate somehow to the children how... they will behave (Brewer, 2001). Space allocation reflects the priorities of the curriculum. According to Boulton-Lewis & Catherwoods (1995), when the quality of the physical environment declined, teacher restriction and control increased, the teacher’s behavior became less friendly, the students became less interested and involved, classroom rules increased, and conflict among children increased. Likewise, Kepler (1995) observed that the learning environment influences, and directly contributes to, children’s behavior and levels of learning. ...
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...classroom organization environment, the classroom is divided into the lesson proper, oral recitation, and quizzes. During the lesson proper, the students are allowed to ask clarification questions on topics that are vague or too complex for the young minds to comprehend. The students are tasked to be actively... ? room Management Roy Killen (2006) emphasized the constructivist teaching strategy is –based. The teacher’s lesson speed is based on the students’ culture, or diversity in terms of absorbing the class lessons. On the other hand, the behaviorist approach is behavior focused. The constructivist teaching strategy is a better strategy in terms of lesson absorption. In terms of the constructivist...
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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
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...classroom. Therefore, the use of learning centers and computer stations will increase the learning levels of the students and can be considered to be an important element for the teaching process (abcteach.com, 2009). Student Attention and Participation during Teacher-Led Activities Teacher-led activities are to be conducted in an effective manner for the purpose of raising the attention as well as the participation of the students in classroom learning. It is the teachers who are liable to raise the attention of the students by introducing interesting learning sessions. The teachers are required to deliver the lessons... ? room Management A. of Two In Activities Use of Learning Centers and Computer...
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Classroom Scenario
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...classroom, Danny’s parents have the charge in the home. Mr. Hamilton should meet with Danny’s parents and inform them what role they can play in improving Danny’s academic... room Scenario Mr. Hamilton was frustrated with Danny’s performance in Math because he believed that Danny could do much better than what he wasdoing in Math. Being a caring and responsible teacher, Mr. Hamilton feels very concerned about Danny’s performance and future. He wants to make Danny realize that he can do much better in his future if he starts paying more attention toward his studies especially Math. Mr. Hamilton should involve Danny’s parents in his effort of improving Danny’s grades. Like he is in charge in the classroo...
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Classroom philosophy
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...classroom philosophy to develop management techniques in how to organize students and learning materials to enable effective and efficient learning. The aim of this discussion is to create a personal philosophy of classroom management aimed at improving the teaching practice and its goals. As a first time teacher or an experienced teacher, the start of a new school calendar, every teacher is faced with the aspect of meeting new students. The teacher is presented with the aspect of dealing with different personalities and attitudes apart from those they were used to in the preceding classes. A teacher should ensure that she makes it clear... Philosophy philosophy is a management premise that is applied...
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Virtual Classroom
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...classroom has made it possible to meet many of these requests. The acronym ICT stands for ‘information and communication technology’ and is also often referred to as ‘educational technology’. Generally applied, each of these terms typically refer to the use of digital technology in the classroom, which can take the form of hardware such as computers, digital cameras and electronic whiteboards and/or software such as the use of specially designed computer programs, websites, blogs or wikis (Freedman, 2007). Means of implementation in classrooms have taken the form of broadcast material and CD-ROM in history classes, micro-computers to help... ICT’s Importance to the National Curriculum attending es...
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Virtual Classroom
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...classrooms, learning has become extremely sophisticated... ? Virtual room for Middle School Valeria C. Mims AIU Online The following is a document about the Virtual room for Middle School. Education and its style of approach to its application have gone through tremendous change especially in the last two decades due to the overwhelming technological advancement. A brief look at forms of education across the many past generations show a significant difference in the way in which education is being dispensed to students. Many years ago, learning happened in extremely remote and primitive ways. Many scholars came about during this era and made fascinating discoveries in the world of education. In modern...
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Classroom management
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...classroom. During this step, students have a task of cleaning classrooms to ensure the blackboards, the floor, and the windowpanes are clean. This includes the emptying of dustbins to ensure that fresh air in the classrooms hence conducive environment for study. A clean classroom enhances the student’s concentration on the subject matters (Slavin 160). Cleaning of classrooms is a daily routine that warrant embrace by all students. The students are also required to get their learning materials in place, which include... room management strategies Beginning of the day Sweeping rooms Step1. Cleaning room At the beginning of theday before classes begin, it is important for the student to ensure tidiness in...
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Classroom Observation
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...classroom teaching. Vygotsky’s concept suggests the teacher must plan activities encompassing not only... ? room Observation Reflection Paper room Observation Reflection Paper Lev Vygotsky’s concept of assistance within the student’s zone of proximal development (ZPD) is based on the thought that development is elaborately described by what a child can achieve when assisted by a competent person or an adult and by what the child can do independently. It is paramount for the teacher to know both levels of Vygotsky’s zone since they do assist in knowing the true position of a child at a particular moment. It also shows where the child is going. The proximal development zone has several influences on...
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Classroom Grading
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...classroom assessments. Marzano (2000) explains that: "there is no right way or wrong way to design grades, there are ways that fit best with a given set of assumptions or beliefs" (47). The grades should include academic achievements of the students and their efforts during the course. The grades should evaluate thinking and reasoning skills, work completion and participation (Marzano 35). A variety of statistical analyses is conducted to examine potential bias and is often used in large-scale programs. The main problem is that the current grading system enables all students... room Grading room grading and marking is one of the most controversial issues in education. Critics and educators question the...
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Chinese classroom culture and American classroom culture
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...classroom culture and American classroom culture. Both China and America are different in terms of teaching and learning environment and a thorough discussion will help in comparing the classroom cultures of both... ? 12 Chinese room Culture and American room Culture Teaching can be considered as one of the most instrumental forces in shaping the lives of students through effective pedagogy. However, every country has a different style teaching and learning style that differs in terms of cultures, perceptions and course materials along with way of understanding course curriculum and accordingly deriving strategies to make learning an easy and fun activity. The discussion aims to ascertain Chinese...
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Effective Classroom Management
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...classroom every day. Reupert and Woodcock (2010) report that pre-service teachers view it as a major source of concern especially during their practicum experience. It has even been suggested as a deterrent to those wanting to join the profession. However since effective classroom is a significant contributor to the learning and development of the students it is important to examine the issue in order to identify strategies... ?Effective room Management Importance room management. room management continues to be one of the biggest concerns in education. Not only is it a concern for the consumers of education services (parents, public, and community) but also for those in the system who have to face the...
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Professionalism in the Classroom
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...classroom. The first portrayal of professionalism in the classroom concerns the grooming of the teachers. The manner in which teachers dress shows the level of professionalism they exhibit... . They are supposed to maintain an appearance that is fit to generate respect from the students in the classroom. Dressing and appearance have three main impacts on the students. Not only do they maintain respect from the students, but also establish the teacher as an authority figure and solicit credibility. Research shows that students tend to model their behavior or appearance from the way they see their teachers or other close authority figures. Proper dress code policy for educators...
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Classroom Management Paper
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...classroom lessons occur efficiently regardless of disruptive demeanour of scholars. It also implies the avoidance of disruptive demeanour. It is probably the most intricate component of teaching for many instructors undeniably experiencing quandaries in these field results, causing some instructors to abandon the teaching field. Most instructors dread unconstructive scholar attitudes. Consequently, many would rather not venture into teaching if they would experience this. When an instructor loses control of his/her classroom, it is usually extremely difficult to get back... that control. This instructor, consequently, has to adopt correct demeanour control measures if...
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Comprehensive classroom management plan
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...classroom relies on the efficacy of a comprehensive management plan that provides an efficient, effective, scalable, safe, and relevant classroom environment. Incorporation of inclusive strategies in a classroom ensures that the students social, academic, and behavioral needs are met appropriately as well support for students with disabilities (Marzano, 2003). Classroom arrangement, rules, and procedures affect the students and the teacher directly because they govern the class activities and behaviors; hence, a classroom management plan has to ensure... ? Comprehensive room Management Plan Comprehensive room Management Plan Introduction Academic, social, and behavioral success of all students in a...
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Classroom management strategies
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...classroom management comes to be a very delicate process... ?Delineating which room management strategy is the most effective universally would be an exercise in futility. This is not to say that all is relative and that there is no semblance of best practices that exist. Rather, what is meant by this statement is the fact that each situation is unique and requires a different approach and set of determinants. In short, if one considers the way in which a particular demographic and/or cultural group responds to a given approach, it is unlikely that this same response mechanism will be illustrated elsewhere to the same degree and encompassing the same levels. As such, seeking to classify strategy for...
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Technology in the classroom
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...classroom. Various technologies have been adopted by faculty as well as students in their classrooms. These technological advancements include multimedia devices, desktop computers, tablet computers, smartphone and mobile phones. The adoption of technology in classrooms is a heavily debated topic amongst various stakeholders and policy makers of education. Those in favor mostly gain support through the benefits and those opposing it gain support from the disadvantages of technology use in classrooms. The addition... of these technological advancements within the classroom has several benefits and disadvantages associated with it for both teachers and students. Body Adoption...
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Classroom Environment and Education
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...Classroom Environment Classroom environment refers to all he physical, emotional, and social conditions that are essential for effective and efficient learning process (Fraser, 2012). According to various researchers, optimal classroom environment is an essential feature in successful educational achievements for the students ranging from those that have no disability and those with disabilities. However, more concentration should be put in place for the class environment of the disabled students. There are a number of aspects that determine the value and effectiveness of the classroom environment such as the physical environment, rules and regulations, schedules, routines and procedures...  Optimal Cla...
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Classroom management plan
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...Classroom Management Plan Introduction The need for a comprehensive class room management plan is increasingly felt now-a-days than ever before. May reasons can be attributed to this ever increasing need. Diversity in the demography of students, changes in the cultural, social and emotional factors of the students as well as parents, and the changing learning needs of the students are some of the commonly seen reasons. These factors make the class room environment more chaotic and undisciplined. The complexity of these factors and its repercussions... on the behaviour of children compound the situation worse and unmanageable for a teacher. With the help of an effective class room management,...
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Classroom Behavior Management Plan
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...classroom. The most effective way through which a teacher can maintain classroom control and create an enabling learning environment is through fostering an atmosphere of respect in the classroom. This, however, does not mean that no students will display disruptive behavior; therefore, for a teacher it is important to devise a strategy that deals with the disruptive behavior. Disruptive behavior in this context refers to defiant behavior and disregard... ? room Behavior Management Plan Introduction Part of the daily work of a teacher is to ensure that roomcontrol is maintained at all times. Students often engage in disruptive behavior, which, if not controlled, can hinder the learning process in the...
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Classroom of Future
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...classroom of the future will rely upon technology for offering instruction in the traditional core curriculum. Since the school is the second home for student to acquire the knowledge and to be aware of the world around her/him. As a result, it must be physically to a form of encouraging the student to have the zeal for education so as to raise their academic level. The school is a significant institution and therefore needs to be of high quality of in both the physical and the social environment so as to give a positive impact to students’ academic and social performance. (Shahril, 2011) The classroom is an important... RESEARCH: ROOM OF THE FUTURE ROOM OF THE FUTURE I. Interdiction Ordinarily, the...
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Creativity in the classroom
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...classroom. A lack of creativity in the classroom setting contributes to students losing interest on the topic being taught. Both students and teachers tend to develop overlapping interests especially in the upper division courses. Attention span among students require creativity in the classroom as a way of attracting student’s interest to the topic being taught. The attitude of the teachers in a way, impacts on the concentration of the students to a particular course. Some teachers may take hands off attitude in terms of not caring whether... Creativity in the room Creativity in the room is essential in enhancing concentration among in terms of widening the understanding of concepts taught in the...
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Online Vs. Classroom Instruction
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...classrooms are becoming more popular and allow students to work at their own pace. While it is similar to a traditional classroom in what is studied, the methods for which subjects are taught are significantly different. While it is difficult to determine the author’s true stance on which she thinks is a better method of learning, she does argue that online students are outperforming students that are learning in a traditional and structured classroom. Aspects of the text that the author discusses that are risky are looking at two... 3 November Online Vs. room Instruction When analyzing the article “Compare and Contrast Online Vs. room Instruction, the author, Kori Morgan, discussed how online...
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Classroom Engagement and Management
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...classroom management schemes can be employed to maximize student participation within the learning process. Moreover, the analysis provides remediation for many of the negative responses and likely scenarios that could be presented within the student experience. Rationale: The rationale behind writing such a piece is concentric upon the fact that each and every educator approaches classroom management from a unique perspective; however, notwithstanding, there are benchmarks of performance that must be met and universal approaches which must be included... The following paper traces the issue room management from a personal perspective and seeks to provide the reader with a broader understanding of how...
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Letter (Inclusive Classroom)
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...classroom setting will be one that is entirely inclusive. It is my personal belief that no child should ever feel inadequate, inept, or forsaken. I strongly believe that every child has an important contribution to make in the classroom. They should be recognized, in a positive manner, for their contributions no matter how... Dear Parents, We have now entered our first week back at school and I wanted to take the time to introduce myself and welcome everybody to our 2010 year. I also wanted to notify parents and guardians about some of my educational beliefs and practices that they will see reflected in the way that I will teach the children this upcoming year. I have taken many steps to ensure that our...
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Classroom Management article
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...Classroom management, in turn, is the dynamic interplay of the teacher - student relationship. Studies have shown that where such interaction is positive, results have also been better. This paper by R.J. Marazao and J.S. Marazano, focuses on the two key players in classroom management - the teacher and the student - to present how teachers can establish an environment that is conducive to learning. The Teacher The article posits that contrary to popular belief, effective teacher-student relationship... THE KEY TO ROOM MANAGEMENT Learning outcomes depend upon a number of variables. A number of studies have shown that of variables, room management had the most significant impact on student achievement....
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Appropriate Classroom Environment
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...classroom appropriately for the development of the students. Crosser (n.d.) quoted Kostelnik (1992), "...developmentally appropriate classrooms are active ones in which both teachers and students learn from one another." The classroom environment is very vital that it must... ? room set-up has very important impact on children’s attitude and habits of learning. It is really important to consider this environment on where the children will acquire knowledge for them to learn effectively. The environment must be structured, interesting, and comfortable so that the students will never get bored of learning. There must be a really good layout and available materials. It is very important to set-up the...
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Classroom Management Styles
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...classroom. This is especially so with the growing independence of children and the growth of more awareness as well as the passage of children rights, which teachers must observe to the latter. Notably, with every development that touches on a child there arises a new challenge for the teacher. These developments require that teachers remain keen and creative as this is the only way they can convincingly handle the arising challenges. It is apparent that every teacher has difficulty with classroom management (Weinstein et al 2010). In almost every set up, teachers face the same... challenges in their classroom, many with unsuccessful results. Almost every teacher has some...
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Classroom management plan
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...classroom. It also means controlling conduct problems with interesting and involving curriculums and efficiently involving all students in the classroom so that their requirements are met. Having the appropriate atmosphere for every student to study is the teacher’s main goal of enforcing best classroom management. Without the peaceful environment... ? room management plan room management plan It is every individual believe that the room management is the major activity in any given educational setting. It is known that if the students are in a secure atmosphere, then studying can occur. This therefore, does not translate to punishing characters bad conduct but it is more of setting a tone in the...
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Classroom management strategies
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...classrooms are also not an exception. High level of professional skill is required to manage a classroom effectively. The ancient methods of classroom management are not found adequate for the modern classrooms. The modern students have different attitudes and outlooks compared to the ancient students. The teachers are getting less respect from the students now compared to the old generation. Teaching is simply considered as a profession alone now and both teachers and the students recognize it like that only... room management strategies Running Head: room management strategies room management strategies room management strategies 2 Introduction The modern world is filled with stress and conflicts class...
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Reflection in Classroom Management
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...Classroom Management Plan Using a Tiered Approach” by Sayeski and Brown (2011), because it presents a classroom management plan based on the Response to Intervention Model. The most interesting part of the plan was that Sayeski and Brown developed it for special education populations and for the general classroom. The tiers in the plan highlight how to address the needs of students who cause no classroom disturbances all the way to those who are a constant disruption. The system is also not punitive, which appeals to me. Essentially, Sayeski and Brown advocate a model... of classroom management with three tiers. The first tier is teacher-focused. It details how a teacher sets...
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