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Classroom Management Having classroom rules are an essential part of classroom management. I believe it is very important for the teacher and students to communicate the classroom expectations beginning from the first day of school. When this communication is clear it will help with maintaining a well-structured learning environment. Usually schools will have a universal set of classroom rules and procedures but some teachers may add to that list of rules to better accommodate their class. ...

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Classroom Management

Model of Classroom Management  “Lesson Movement”         Kelly Reid  EDUC 561 Summer 1 Professor Rosemary Parmigiani 6/23/09 You are the teacher of a 5th grade class. Two students finished their assignment early, one student arrived late, and one student is not attempting the assignment. Being able to have the skills to handle situations like this takes practice and experience. The skills that are required are the ones that complete Jacob Kounin’s Classroom Management...

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Classroom Incidents

Classroom Incidents Name University Classroom Incidents A classroom incident is an unexpected event that occurs in a classroom causing disturbance or presenting a safety risk. A classroom incident can affect a teacher, a student or all the members of the classroom. There are many critical incidents that have occurred between teachers and students or among students. A critical classroom incident either spoils the student-student relationship or the teacher-student relationship. Past classroom...

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Influences in the Classroom

Dorothy Reed March 31, 2013 EDU- 450 Stacey Concepcion Influences in the teaching environment In my experiences as being a head start teacher for eight years, I have seen a lot of different classroom conditions that hindered the children’s learning, as well as behaviors that contributed to the teacher not being able to teach the students that really want to learn. The ten negative conditions or behaviors that I have seen in my years are as follows. ...

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Flipped Classroom

Flipping a classroom: Establishing a framework and ensuring your students receive a personalized education tailored to their needs. What is a Flipped Classroom? A flipped classroom turn upside down is a personalized and interaction time of the whole class. Teachers and students should be engaged along the process. Modifications are always a way of improving and making it a better learning environment for all. Ask Yourself: How to do you prepare to flip your class? After reading contexts...

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Smartphones in the Classroom?

Students bringing their own Technology into the classroom ? The topic of Smart phones being used in class is a well debated topic especially for the classroom’s of today. Some teachers believe that it’s just a distraction and should be put away. Other teachers believe that it’s just another way for students to “cheat” on the various assessments that they will receive. Some teachers also believe that when given the option to use smart phones that students will just abuse the idea and be on the...

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Modern Classrooms

The Experience of Studying in Modern Classrooms Modern, clean, well-lit rooms; internet networks; wireless sound-systems; capable workstations; microphones; bulletin boards; flexible design layouts; efficient student desk layout; acoustic ambiance including air conditioners, noise-proof rooms and multiple lighting options; white boards; video projectors; etc. Wondering where all this is leading to? Yes, these are the forefronts of modern teaching classrooms- the factors that can contribute to...

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Technology in Classrooms

Rough Draft “Technology should play a larger role in classrooms since we see such high improvements in students and classrooms.” Technology improves everyday, and it is becoming more common in the newer generations. There are many studies, I’ve read many articles about how important technology became in the classrooms and how important its role became as well. Its role became an improvement for students and in classrooms. In the classrooms, technology has become a leadership for both teachers...

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Technology in the Classroom

Jennifer Jared College Writing B 10 April 2013 Technology in the Classroom At this day in age, the use of technology has increased greatly. It is continuing to get more advanced day by day. For example, the first cell phones used to only be able to make calls, now they can take pictures and/or video, surf the web, and they even have voice control so that you don’t even have to use your hands! Using technology in classrooms can help engage students more, save paper, and help students find answers...

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Classroom Management

The most important thing that any teacher can do is to have GREAT classroom management, because once this is in place, everything else falls into place. My school has in place many rules which govern a student’s general behavior, dress and conduct; this is common in all schools. My classroom which is a part of the school as a whole has its own guidelines, rules and regulations, in addition to the governing rules of the school. My guidelines as I prefer to them, are to ensure that my lesson is...

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