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...environment. It offers rich, age-appropriate learning materials/ experiences for children, carefully planed and prepared by teachers each day. Creative Care Preschool is a place where children free to explore, touch, experiment and ask many of their questions, supervised by adults in school so that they can discover the answers to these questions themselves.” (Creative Care Vision, Mission and Philosophy, 2010, p. 1) In general, the 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 &...
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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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Appropriate Classroom Environment
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...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 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...
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The Academic Benefits of a Structured Classroom Environment
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...Environment A significant number of academicians are of the view that a structured physical arrangement of a classroom serves as a powerful tool in facilitating instruction and maintaining effective communication between the teacher and the students. Research has shown that a predictable classroom environment with clear expectations provides the students with a safe, supportive infrastructure that not only promotes academic success but also prevents behavioral problems. (MacAulay,1990;Walker,Colvin,&Ramsey,1995;Walker & Walker,1991) Preparing the emotional base of the classroom where-in the students are more open to the academic... The Academic Benefits of a Structured room...
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Educational psychology - Investigate theories of teaching and learning and how those impact on the classroom environment
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...classroom environment – and the teaching and learning process as a whole. The two main theories in the teaching and learning process are: Behaviorism, also known as a subject-centered theory and Constructivism which is known to be a student-centered theory. Behaviorism Behaviorism is primarily concerned with observable and measurable aspects of human behavior. In defining behavior, behaviorist learning theories emphasize changes in behavior that result from stimulus-response associations made by the learner. Behavior is directed by stimuli... ? Teachers make the greatest difference to achievement. Cliche as it may sound, a teacher can make or break her future. Teaching and learning goes hand in hand....
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Five educational technologies that will most influence teaching, students, and the classroom environment over the next ten years
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...environments, tablet computing, use of mobile devices, game-based learning, online learning, user generated learning among others. The paper will concentrate on the five educational technologies that will hold the most influence on teaching, students and the classroom environment over the next ten years which comprise of: learning centered design, user generated content, mobile devices, tablet computing and game-based learning. Education... ? Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction Education is very important in society as it prepares individuals to take up roles that are beneficial to the society after graduation. It affects all aspects of our lives; economic, social and political. In the United...
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Creating a Positive Classroom Environment: Self-Esteem, Sense of security, and Student Achievement
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...Environment: Self-Esteem, Sense of security, and Achievement There are many factors which affect room harmony and student achievement. Indeed, although society sometimes wishes them to be, not all students are the same. They are possessed of different interests and preferences. They are possessed of different aptitudes. In short, students can be a very diverse group. How, then, does an instructor harmonize these diverse students in such a way as to be an effective instructor Slavin offers three suggestions, based upon extensive research, to help instructors improve the self-esteem of students, to create a sense of security in the classroom, and to promote student... Creating a Positive room...
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Discuss the physical and emotional environment required to prevent discipline problems in children in the classroom. Then describe the emotional needs that need to be met in children to prevent discipline problems
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...Environment Required To Prevent Discipline Problems in Children in The room Introduction Discipline in the class is a vital element that determines the effectiveness of the teaching and learning process. When children learn to behave appropriately, they exhibit discipline and positive attitude towards learning. The process of teaching and learning relates to the discipline of the children or learners in the classroom. Discipline learners always have better learning experiences and retain more during lessons. Therefore, it is extremely vital that instructors or teachers understand the dynamics in the classroom environment that influence the discipline of learners... in the...
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Classroom Tardiness
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...environments in order to avoid being tardy in different classrooms. It is a relatively common understanding that youths, today, tend to congregate outside of various classrooms to discuss personal elements of their lifestyles which create social connection between the youth groups. However, through this type of discussion and other personal distractions, tardy pupils continue to cause disruption to normal, routine class activities when teachers are forced to deal with tardy pupils and reprimand these students for their inappropriate actions. These delays can take away from quality, group classwork activities. This research proposal offers a study to identify... Educational Research Project: Using...
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Technology in the classroom
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...classroom environment, there has not been enough written on how to adequately structure these inventive programs. Currently, in most classroom environments the incentives are intrinsic as the benefits experienced are seen through the increased productivity of the learning experience, and the increased efficiency of lesson planning. Other proposed measures... Technology in the room What are some of the obstacles to technology integration? How can these obstacles be overcome? There are a number of challenges in implementing technology in the classroom. In specifically integrating Ning in the classroom there are issues that educators have frequently noted. One of the concerns is that students will...
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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... brief the principles to be followed in preparing the class and students to commit themselves to a disciplined environment. ...
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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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Personal Philosophy of Classroom Management
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...Classroom Management Plan A classroom management plan is an organized plan that assists the teacher in managing his or her classroom. Classroom management plans are designed in various forms, such as computer-aided instruction, student groups, or student interaction with the teacher. When establishing a classroom management plan, the teacher must analyze the classroom lessons as well as the classroom environment. These are two important elements that guide the way the classroom learning is structured. The classroom management plan is designed in an effort to establish ways to structure the classroom lessons for an effective learning environment. Creating a classroom management... ?Personal Philosophy...
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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 and Communication with Parents
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...classroom setting plan for the plant unit. Effective and significant physical characteristic of the classroom will be ensured by enhancing effective classroom environment. First of all, congestion and noise free environment of the classroom will be ensured. Secondly, it is important to ensure appropriate seating arrangement of both the students and teachers in which the students can... room Management and Communication with Parents room Setting for the Unit Effective room setting is highly important for both the teachers and students respectively as it eases the job of the teachers. On the other hand, it eases the level of understanding of the learners. This part of the lesson plan will describe the...
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Effective Classroom Management
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...classroom management and strategies it is important to define what exactly the term means. Classroom management has been defined in various ways but it generally involves what the teacher practices to ensure order in the classroom. It addresses both the learning or academic environment in the classroom and also the behavioural aspects of the environment; so that it has a two-fold purpose and perhaps that is part of what makes it such a difficult task for the teacher. According to Beckles and Ellis (2003),classroom... ?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...
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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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Smart classroom
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...classrooms are discussed under the final part of the present paper. Before entering deeper into the field of modern education, and the issue of whether smart classrooms have changed the understanding of traditional education, we will first proceed with explaining what smart classrooms actually are. According to Huang, Hu, Yang and Xiao (2012) smart classrooms are a sort of advanced technology which is designed to improve the learning experience and the classroom environment, enhancing both the learning and the teaching process simultaneously, by means of the newly introduced learning technology. This technology, as further explained by Huang... To what extent have smart rooms changed the concept of...
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Classroom Management and Student Discipline
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...classroom management and student discipline, I find it helpful to distinguish between two types of practices. First, I will refer to as technical strategies or hard skills. The second category I shall label as relationship strategies or soft skills. In the world of work, hard skills often refer to technical skills or procedures often involving machinery and computer protocols. In the classroom, technical strategies are those that involve planning, structuring and organizing systems and procedures to maintain an effective classroom environment. Soft skills on the other hand are the people skills... room Management and Discipline: A Reflection Paper Introduction To become an effective practitioner,...
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Classroom Management and Student Discipline
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...classroom management and student discipline, I find it helpful to distinguish between two types of practices. First, I will refer to as technical strategies or hard skills. The second category I shall label as relationship strategies or soft skills. In the world of work, hard skills often refer to technical skills or procedures often involving machinery and computer protocols. In the classroom, technical strategies are those that involve planning, structuring and organizing systems and procedures to maintain an effective classroom environment. Soft skills on the other hand are the people skills... room Management and Discipline: A Reflection Paper Introduction To become an effective practitioner,...
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Portrait of a Fourth Grade Classroom
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...environment where all students achieve learning outcomes relies on the implementation of a broad range of classroom organisation and management strategies (McBain, 2004, p.1). This tells of how important classroom organization is in the everyday upkeep the classroom environment. The central theme for this category of classroom management is self development. As said already, the classroom is a community with students with variety... room Management Plan Review Rules and Procedure Organization Physical Arrangement Instructional Approaches Respect for all Enough display of learning charts around the classroom Horse shoe setting arrangement of students Activity based teaching Quietness Classroom charts...
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Classroom Strategies for English Language Learners
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...classroom strategies are affording ELLs with the skills they require in order to progress academically. This research paper will provide an overview of applicable classroom strategies for ELLs by conducting an extensive review of available literature before offering practical applications of this theory to the classroom environment. This will take into consideration attention to bias, as well as multicultural issues that underpin ELL preschool classrooms. Research Question This research paper is guided by the following research question: What are the available... ? room Strategies for English Language Learners room Strategies for English Language Learners Introduction Early childhood education plays a...
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To get your school year off to a good start
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...classroom environment. On the other hand, students are able to make enquiries whenever they are unsure about the expectations set before them. It, therefore, holds that teachers are able to control disruptive behaviors while simultaneously maintaining a safe classroom environment. More often than not, it is easier for teachers to let the fact that they are in a position of authority cloud their interaction with opinionated, obstinate students. Earlier on as an intern at a school, I learnt that brute force was not the way to go when dealing with students prone to exhibiting disruptive behaviors.... Module 8: To improve room climate and communication Essential to creating a positive room climate, is...
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Virtual Classroom
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...classroom environment that is conducive. Additionally, physical interaction between teachers and students has often been proposed as the best approach to learning methodology. Parents too, have similar views. On the other hand, administrators are in support of virtual classroom system. They claim that children and their parents will become responsible for their studies and embark on giving it serious consideration (Cavanaugh... ? 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...
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Week nine journal entry
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...classroom environment, lectures can be done through virtual classrooms and it is more efficient to study online. Online class can already simulate the classroom environment where the students can learn in the same manner... Teacher Online es The of the intended research is to determine whether online can substitute face to face Online classes are those classes held using the internet where students can attend class right at the comfort of their home while face to face class are traditional classes where students have to meet their teachers and classmates. Online classes have already evolved to a point that it could already replace face to face classes. The reasons are the following; it can simulate...
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The Effect of Classroom Management on High School Academic Achievment
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...environment that makes for good instruction. Additionally, the teachers' abilities to organize the classroom and discipline the students effectively, letting students know who is in charge will help to keep the classroom under control and the students are more apt to respect the teacher and learn from her guidance. This will then establish a much better atmosphere that is critical for a student's ability to concentrate and learn (Oliver, Reschley, 2007). It is important to give the student an environment that promotes learning. A good student is one... ?Running head: Factors Effecting Achivement The Effect room Management on High School Academic Achievement Research Proposal College Affiliation Abstract...
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Constructivism in the Classroom
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...Classroom 'Constructivist teachers encourage students to constantly assess how the activity is helping them gain understanding. By questioning themselves and their strategies, students in the constructivist classroom ideally become "expert teachers". This gives them ever-broadening tools to keep learning. With a well-planned classroom environment, the students learn HOW TO LEARN' (Thirteen Ed Online). 'A constructivist classroom tends... Constructivism in the room Helaine D.Summers ECI 625 Dr Jennifer Lynn Prior 20 July 2006 Northern Arizona University Constructivism in the Classroom Abstract: Today, Constructivism, a learning theory as well as a principle, is an important tech...
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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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Scaffolding Language Learning in an Academic ESL Classroom
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...classroom environment (McNeil, 2012 p398). The socio-cultural theory, on the other hand, is another crucial aspect of an academic oral skills learning. This is in relation to the socialization processes. The poorly socialized individuals and students tend to lack a well-developed argumentative skill, which is the basis of interactions while discussing academic issues (Lantolf, 2000 p34). On the kindergartens, the English language learners should be taught by reciting various words they learn in class. This will allow the expansion of their brains as recited words always stick, in the memory, for a long time (Lantolf, 2000 p41). This will as well accompany... ? Scaffolding Language Learning In an Academic ...
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Critique of Professional Article - Education
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...environment and its regulations have a significant impact on student’s education as well as learning. Classroom environment can only be successful if there are good teachers in the school. They are the one who create respectful classroom environment and helps to create positive climate which enables students not only in learning but also make them a good individuals. 1.2 Creating a classroom environment of respect and rapport A classroom environment can be respectful if the climate is dedicated to learning and excellence, which should be managed on the basis of diversity i.e. each students is different from the other... . These differences should be studied and then they must be taught...
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Nonverbal communication in the classroom (between students and instructor)
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...classroom environment. Formally dressed teachers appear to their students as more organized, competent, knowledgeable and prepared. On the other hand, casually dressed teachers appear... Non-verbal Communication in room The process of sending and receiving messages, enabling humans to exchange and share skills, attitudes and knowledge is known as communication. Though mostly identified with speeches, communication is made up of two dimensions-non-verbal and verbal. For purposes of this paper, non-verbal communication will be featured especially between students and their tutor. Thus non-verbal communication is a communication with no words involved. It includes behaviours which include tone of voice,...
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Infusing Technology in the Classroom
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...environment – specifically internet, presentation, and podcast technology – and evaluates these methods efficacy, and considers their shortcomings, I. Internet Technology 1. YouTube One of the most pervading uses of educational technology in the classroom is the use of the internet. Most teachers have a computer connected to the internet in their classroom and are required to check their school email daily for administrative announcements and parent, staff, or student emails. A number of teachers have begun implementing the internet in regards to lectures as well. While many school internet connections excludes use of YouTube videos... Infusing Technology in the room Introduction It is...
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Elementary Classroom Special Needs
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...Classroom Management Plans are designed to help students to achieve a better grade and better environment to study. This essay would further discuss the classroom management plan in relation to the children who are handicapped and require special attention (Aragon et al 2004; Khalsa 2007). Body The classroom management plan outlines several physical arrangement plans for the classroom... room Management Plan Introduction All over the world it is seen that education has become a primary necessity for every individual. Today the class or race does not matter much but rather the education one achieves has a greater importance. Special students have also been given preference when it comes to studies....
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...classroom environment. 4a. Value of pair and group work for a second language teacher in classroom environment The educational field is undergoing rapid change because the world... work Language is a unique means of communicating one’s view/idea with others. The native speaker of a language has grown up with the language and does not have any difficult in encoding and decoding the message uttered in the language. The aim of learning a second language is to achieve the same linguistic competence that the native speaker of the language possesses. Thesis statement: An investigation to prove the value of pair and group work for second language learning and weaknesses of interactionist studies in...
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How do you grade creativity in the classroom
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...environment it is noted that the generation becoming ever more difficult to engage in a traditional classroom environment. These students are also referred as “digital kids”. It is the generation that needs some creative inspiration. Now the next thing depend on teachers that how they inspire creativity. How they train the students to the best things. Creative Processing for the students are rooted in imaginative thoughts, for example they imagine about the new possibilities. The main reason about this is that the creativity is not just an internal mental process, it is also involved some actions that are driven form imagination. So... the level of creativity in classrooms”...
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Classroom Management and Discipline for a Diverse Student Population
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...classroom management is very important and timely because almost all classroom environments are heterogeneous with a make up students with different learning needs and behaviour. Zieber (2009) observes that “in a heterogeneous grouped class, there are strategies on how to work with and form a strong mixed level learning environment.” This is to say that, there should be arrangement made by the teacher to ensure that there is a mixture... this to the classroom, any measures put in place to ensure that the individual differences of learners are met can be classified as diversity approach. The role of the teacher in ensuring diversity should be tackled from divergent...
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Artical
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...classroom to the students. The relationship between student and the teachers affect the learning outcome in the classroom environment. Learning requires an interactive environment where both the learner and the tutor respect each other and create a peaceful and enabling learning atmosphere (Berliner & Calfee, 2013). Teachers have a responsibility to instill discipline in class, and the students take a keen interest in what they are taught. The discipline and respect between the learners and the teacher influence the communication between them and what the students can achieve (Berliner & Calfee, 2013). The teacher has a duty... Important Factors to Consider When Thinking about Education and rooms...
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Classroom Management and Gender Differences
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...classroom management and studies, that arise due to the gender of teachers or of students, is being increasingly recognized by educators world over. The Australian Education Council, the National Catholic Education Commission and the National Council of Independent Schools Association have jointly endorsed a National Action Plan for the Education of girls, in recognition of the specific gender related problems that arise for girls within the classroom environment. (www.tas.gov.au, 2007). The above was largely based on the understanding that some areas of classroom management and curriculum were not were not fit... room Management and Gender Differences Introduction A room is a place where the learning...
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Autistic children in the general education classroom, mainstreaming, inclusion and pull out options
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...environment and thus general classroom education invariably brings up the concept of environmental adjustment/readjustment to meet the contingency-specific demand associated with the presence of autistic children. The primacy and immediacy of this demand produce such issues as mainstreaming and inclusion in the inter-curricular activities of the school. This researcher has observed a set of inevitable outcomes in the research sample population of autistic children under study at the researcher’s organization. Schon’s (1983) own reflective thought process attributed to the professional’s would-be conduct and the subsequent investigation into the autistic child’s singular universe... Autistic children in...
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Intercultural Communication Plan for a Multicultural Classroom
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...environment. This issue is paramount for educators responsible for imparting on children the necessary skills and knowledge to allow children to live harmoniously with people from different cultural backgrounds (Gudykunst, 1991). This paper offers an intercultural communication plan for a multicultural classroom, discussing... ? Intercultural Communication Plan for a Multicultural room and number: submitted: Intercultural Communication Plan for a Multicultural Classroom Recent events, for instance, the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the US and the bombings in Bali continue to shock people and instill fear across the globe. Since the event of the aforementioned terrorist attacks, people feel increasingly...
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Multiple Intelligence in the Classroom
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...classroom using a variety of teaching strategies. In this book, the reader can find the relationship between MI theory and special education, and MI theory and cognitive skills as well. It also discusses the relationship between MI theory and classroom environment. Critics’ opinion on this theory is also a part of the book. In one of its appendixes, related MI resources are given. Related books on MI teaching are also a part of the appendixes of this book. One of the appendixes presents examples of MI lessons and programs. In this way, this book presents a thorough study on MI theory, and its... Izzat Waseem Mary English Language Teaching 19 April A Critique on Multiple Intelligences in the room by...
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Differentiated Instructions in the classroom
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...environment the main aspect of teaching. The aim is to make the environment conducive so children want to write, as opposed to being forced to the methodology. The students aren’t taught how to write, but instead are placed in an environment which leads to exploration of handwriting, specifically which allows the students to begin stating that if they could read and write, it would enhance their capabilities within the environment (Olsen, 2008). The concept of Handwriting Without Tears is one which has provided several changes within the classroom, specifically with responses that show both the effectiveness and the gaps with the program. In one study (Owens, 2008), students... ? Chapter 3 Unit 3 MAT640...
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Differentiated Instruction In the Classroom
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...environment the main aspect of teaching. The aim is to make the environment conducive so children want to write, as opposed to being forced to the methodology. The students aren’t taught how to write, but instead are placed in an environment which leads to exploration of handwriting, specifically which allows the students to begin stating that if they could read and write, it would enhance their capabilities within the environment (Olsen, 2008). The concept of Handwriting Without Tears is one which has provided several changes within the classroom, specifically with responses that show both the effectiveness and the gaps with the program. In one study (Owens, 2008), students... ? Chapter 3 Unit 3 MAT640...
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Critical Pedagogy Applications in Observed Classroom Management
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...Environment Ahmed Alzahrani ENGL 694: Observation of Teaching English Dr. Gloria Park December 13, 2012 Final Paper: Critical Pedagogy Applications in Observed Classroom Management Within an ESL Learning Environment I. Title of Your Paper Chapter: Critical Pedagogy Applications in Observed Classroom Management Within an ESL Learning Environment II. Epigraph: “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” --William Arthur Ward III. Introduction The focus of the current paper is to determine how classroom management influences learning... ? Final Paper: Critical Pedagogy Applications in Observed room Management Within an ESL Learning...
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Organising the classroom for ADHD pupils
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...classroom environment, one where he would not have to make constant adjustments. I also felt that the student also needed to adjust to a normal classroom setting in order to help him gain the social skills of interactions with his classmates. In evaluating what was good and bad about the experience, I felt that the teaching assistants were able to consider the need of the student for consistency; however, I also felt that more changes and adjustments to the classroom had to be made in order to secure more improved outcomes for the student. Focused... ?Effectively Managing ADHD within the room Setting Attention-deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) is one of the mental health issues afflicting children and...
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Compare my experience in taking an online course versus that of a traditional classroom course
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...classroom environment. There are many examples of how the traditional classroom environment is a strong environment for providing a well-rounded approach conducive to actually learning the material. In one traditional class on Shakespeare that I took, our professor organized the classroom into a discussion circle as if we were in first grade. She started our discussion by asking us “do you think Shakespeare was gay?” The question was so shocking and not what we expected that she immediately had our attention. People who had never talked in class before were quickly engaged in the conversation and we weren’t done with all we had to say when the class time was over... Compare/Contrast: In vs. Online...
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Creating a Plan for a Culturally Diverse Classroom
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...classroom will not be easy. The differences of the students will take extra effort, patience, creativity, attentiveness and guts on the part of the teacher. However, a teacher must be able to work out the issues and differences in a multicultural classroom to help build a stronger foundation for the students’ growth and development. The teacher should create an atmosphere of tolerance, acceptance, and caring the in environment. This diversity demands more work, sincerity, resolution and understanding. Thus... ?The Reason In every room, there exist several ethnic and racial groups. According to Gollnick and Chinn (2006), children become conscious of these differences between ages of two and five. At these ...
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Culturally Responsive Classroom
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...classroom environment would be having a single teacher-facilitator mentoring about 15 or more pupils with the same age range. Traditional education generally adopts the ‘carrot-stick’ method and the ‘one-teaching technique-fits all’. “The structures, assumptions, substance and operations of conventional educational enterprises are patterned... ? THE CUTURAL RESPONSIVE PEDAGOGY, THE PARADIGM School Complete Changing the position of the word “achievement potential” to “potential achievement” gives two different meanings. The first one refers more of a trait of an individual as in “anticipated capability to achieve” whereby the other one means a “prospective thing to complete or accomplish”. For purposes of ...
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Organising the classroom for ADHD pupils
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...classroom environment, one where he would not have to make constant adjustments. I also felt that the student also needed to adjust to a normal classroom... Effectively Managing ADHD within the room Setting Introduction Attention-deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) is one of the mental health issues afflicting children and adolescents. It is a condition which often affects the mental development of children, reducing their attention span and often reducing their ability to efficiently absorb and retain information (Rogge, 2012). This paper provides a critical analysis of an incident involving an ADHD student, with the end goal of establishing ways by which the classroom can be managed to fit the needs ...
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Effective Learning Environment
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...environment. The school is in a metropolitan area composed of a diverse community. The classroom is organized based on her personal beliefs on children’s learning. Through her actions and planned curriculum, her pedagogy is also revealed. In the corner of the classroom, is a reading corner. This reading corner is important as “each day, a different reading group gets to go there” (Daniels, 2008, p.2). In this area, there are cushions and stools where the children can read independently. Independent reading... Through the chosen (year 4) of the Burwood Public School, the teacher Mrs. Bronwyn Daniels was able to demonstrate how she ensures effective teaching by also establishing an effective learning...
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