• Current Personal Classroom Management Plan
    classroom, and students so we can ensure the student practices effective learning in the classroom (GCU EDU-536 Lecture, 2013). Canter (2006) said “Teachers who master effective classroom management skills can raise the achievement of their students by a dramatic 20 percentile points”. As a teacher, if we...
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  • Thesis
    10 COMMANDMENTS OF PRE – SERVICE TEACHERS The Student Teacher shall: 1. participate actively in school – related activities, however, priority should be given to academic related activities. 2. notify the cooperating teacher in case of absences. 3. consider/ be open to constructive...
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  • Compare and Contrast Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom; Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s Win-Win Discipline; and Morrish’s Real Discipline.
    Quaneece Frank GCU EDU 536 August 17, 2013 1. How the teacher should act * A teacher should be professional at all times. A teacher should be able to be distinguished from any other person in the building. * A teacher should be dedicated to what he/she does. Being dedicated is going...
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  • Qualitative Research
    mentioned earlier that qualitative research is eclectic. That is, the choice of techniques is dependent on the needs of the research. Although this should be true for almost all social research, it is particularly so with qualitative research in that the appropriate method or techniques is often identified...
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  • Students
    How to behave in class: 1.-The most important thing is to listen: Teachers don't like it if you read books, talk to friends, surf the web instead of doing their work or aren't paying attention. When you ask questions such as "What did you just say?" teachers will be disappointed. 2.-Follow the directions...
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  • Corporal Punishment in Schools Should Be Abolished
    in schools should be abolished Corporal punishment has been used in schools as a way of handling disciplinary problems. It refers to school rules which allow students to be punished using physical pain without causing injury. It is believed that using punitive method can promote students’ obedience...
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  • The Importance of Lectures and How Students Value and Perceive Lectures
    The importance of lectures and how students value and perceive lectures Umeå University, Research Methodology on Business Administration Group 9 Introduction 3 Research background 3 Research topic 4 Choice of subject 4 Research purpose 4 Limitations 5 Theoretical framework 6 Introduction...
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  • Comparison of behavioral therapy and cognitive therapy to social phobia
    Cognitive psychologists believe that internal mental processing of a person directly affect one's behaviors. Cognitive psychologists focus on seeing how human's internal mental processes affect its behaviors. Cognitive psychologists assume that behavior is the result of information processing. They describe...
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  • Ethical Vegans: a Way to Be(Have)
    analysis 3 2.1 Different ways to behave vegan 3 2.2 Vegans as a type of subculture and the Burning man Festival 4 2.2 Vegans seen as tribes 5 2.3 Critique 5 2.3.1 Purchasing vegan food 5 2.3.2 Non-public activism 5 2.3.3 Downshifting 6 2.3.4 Substitute 6 3. Strategic Suggestions 6 ...
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  • A Separate Peace Summary
    A Separate Peace Summary Chapter 1: The narrator, Gene, returns to the Devon School in New Hampshire, where he was a student with his friend Phineas 15 years ago, just as World War II began. The narrative shifts back 15 years, to Gene's days with Phineas. On their first attempt to jump off a...
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  • Behaviourism theory of Learning
    and these drives are unconscious. We too feel that dismissal of the internal workings of human beings leads to to rise many questions that how individual can behave in a certain manner without involving the function of the mind. Moreover along with it is incapability of explaining the human phenomenon...
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  • Pedagogy
    Bloom’s Taxonomy Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Co-operative Learning Constructivism Brain Based Learning Habits of Mind What Defines a Quality Teacher? Conclusion References 1-3 1.0 PEDAGOGY Rationale What is pedagogy? Although pedagogy is sometimes seen as a nebulous concept, it is essentially...
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  • Teaching Assistant Level 3
    as making sure that they working properly. d. Aiding the students with the equipment if required and if I don’t have the sufficient knowledge of using it, then I would ask the teacher to explain the names of the equipment and how they should be used. e. Being a good and effective role model for the...
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  • Postive Expectation
    rewards both the students and the instructors and how positive expectation shapes human development to be success in life. This research is drawn by Dr. Robert Rosenthal experiment, Megan Goldfarb theories of human development and successful teachers who wrote online articles and books of how important positive...
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  • An Experimental Study of the Effects of Listening on Speaking for Students
    for College Students Yan Zhang Foreign Languages, College Qingdao University of Science and Technology E-mail: zhangyangrace@yahoo.com.cn Abstract As China enters WTO, more college graduates with higher oral English proficiency are required. However, we learned that even students in some distinguished...
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  • Classroom Management
    Bailey 1991). Consequently, teachers of a language are also teachers of culture (Byram 1989). The implications of language being completely entwined in culture, in regards for language teaching and language policy are far reaching. Language teachers must instruct their students on the cultural background...
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  • Learning Theories
    in the learning, that everything else did not matter. Candidly, the raison d'être or motivation for our focus may have been that we had a boss or teacher breathing down our neck or an impending exam was to quantify our level of knowledge or intelligence or a particular moment necessitated that a skill...
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  • Educational debate
    Thesis Statement Should teachers have the authority to remove a disruptive student form their classroom permanently? Teachers work really hard to promote a happy, healthy, and safe learning environment for all of their students. Teachers dedicate themselves, with sacrifice and determination to ensure...
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  • Writing Skills
    to Writing Strategies 97 Students learn to write by writing. They need regular opportunities at school to write in all subjects. A consistent approach to the writing process in all subject areas and explicit instruction on the writing process by the subject teacher help students become better writers....
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  • Class Room Managment and Behaviour
    today’s teachers? Fifty percent of teacher time is spent dealing with the disruptive behaviour in many classrooms at all grade levels. (cotton 1990: Walker, Colvin and Ramsey, 1995) This report suggest that most of the time a teacher spends in a class room is spent on getting the children to behave and making...
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