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  • Aggressive Behaviour: a Study of Its Manifestations and Varied Effects on the Aggressor and the Aggravated in the Classroom Environment
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  • Creating a Positive Classroom Environment
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  • The Motivation and Language Learning Strategies Role in English Classroom
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  • Creating a Positive Classroom Environment
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    I want my classroom to be “a home away from home” so that’s why I have decided to make it very simple yet functional. The seating arrangement will be designed in a systematic way so that the organization of the seats helps the students to feel more organized. The main tables are in the middle
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  • Defining Value Added Animation to Promote Positive Living Environment: a Critical Study of Upin and Ipin
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  • Developing Strategies in Assessment, Classroom Management and Lesson Planning Using Cec Standards
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  • Memory Strategies and Their Place in the Primary Classroom
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  • Classroom Management Considerations to Promote Inclusion
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  • What Are the Effects of Adhd in the Classroom?
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  • 1. Explain the Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Examine Its Implications for Schooling. (E.G. Classroom Practice, Curriculum Provision and Assessment).
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  • Management Strategies on Mcdonald's Corporation
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  • Positivie Classroom Discipline
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  • Does Effective Classroom Management Prevent Discipline Problems?
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  • Retention Strategies for Technology-Based Organizations
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  • Strategies for Discovery Learning
    I agree in theory that the objective method, what we now call discovery learning, is the most effective way for children to acquire the skills and concepts necessary to become scientifically literate adults. However, in many classrooms teachers are still struggling to build a discovery-based science
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