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Discipline Strategies and Interventions
Discipline Strategies and Interventions
6. DISCIPLINE STRATEGIES AND INTERVENTIONS
The Four Basic Practices
This section of the document addresses
students needing redirection and
positive discipline practices
-Students need to know the importance of character education to know how to be successful and well equipped citizens
-Character needs of the school do mirror the needs of the community. The students in the school are a part of the community.
-Students can strive for self-motivation.
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on the characteristics of a teacher as a person and as a professional. It shall provide a wide range of opportunity or self-reflection that will better prepare you become a student teacher.
Field Study 6 is anchored on this professional Education subject. The Teaching Profession.
style. For students to know how to study there different approaches to achieve strong study habits in order for a student learn there are some needed adjustment to be made for example one would need to change their study environment, strengthen their concentration, take advantage of the uses flash cards...
(African Proverb) "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink." (A familiar adage.)
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discuss my teaching style and how I will handle classroom discipline. Placing all these in a proper perspective will help me have an effective experience in the classroom, which will then create a positive learning environment for my students.
Philosophy of Classroom Management
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Credit/Reference: The Complete Guide To The Adult Learner When Developing College Course
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At the end of this episode, you will gain competence in clarifying your values about teaching and in articulating and demonstrating one's personal philosophy of teaching. the end goal is to be a positive role model for students.
This paper will provide a detailed Behavior Management Plan for a fictitious 5th Grade student presented as having an Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
4 Main Theorists
* Barbara Coloroso:
* Main goal: To teachstudentsself-control, responsibility, and acceptable...
10. Classroom roles for remembering are: For teachers, they are directs, tells, shows, examines, questions, and evaluates. For the students: responds, absorbs, remembers, recognizes, memorizes, defines, describes, retells, and passive recipient
11. Be a passive recipient of learning
atmosphere in your classroom
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2
2. Learner Motivation 2
2.1. Extrinsic Versus Intrinsic Motivation 4
3. Communication 5
4. Interpersonal relations between learners and the facilitator 6
5. The maintenance of discipline 6
6. Classroom discipline policy...
in Turning Points Schools . . . . . . . . 3
Five Principles of Curriculum Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1. Curriculum should be grounded in
an understanding of the middle school child. . . . . . . . 5
2. Curriculum should be based on what we want
students to know and be able...
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Subtitle: Classroom Discipline
A Research work
In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Course
EMGT 210 - Human Behavior in Organization
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except change and the need to continually adapt. This environment affects both students and teachers; students are developing physically, cognitively, and emotionally. Teachers must respond to these changes in the students by adapting the environment, curriculum, instructional style and methods, and classroom...