"Classroom" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Classroom Management

    Classroom Management Paper Tiffany Davis MTE 523 February 25‚ 2013 Jacob Green Classroom Management Paper Teachers Style of Management During my classroom observation‚ I observed the classroom of Mrs. Shanesta Pettway. Mrs. Pettway is a 9th grade history teacher at Jeff Davis High School. She runs a very structured class with a well plan classroom management plan. Mrs. Pettway follows a strict schedule during the 50 minutes of class time that students follow such as 15 minute bell ringer

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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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  • The Classroom Environment

    THE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT The article focuses on classroom environment and its characteristics. The environment in the class influences how teachers and students feel and behave. What is more‚ its qualities can have a lasting effect on our lives. The teacher’s challenge is to make the classroom environment functional‚ thoughtful‚ enjoyable and literate. However‚ there are things in real life that make it difficult for teacher to create specific classroom environment. Among these we can find‚ for

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  • Ideal Classroom

    My Ideal Classroom! When a teacher ask students what their ideal classroom is most people would usually reply with “no teachers to teach us and we can use our phones whenever we want‚ we can just chill and sleep.” However‚ the students never think about the consequences to that. Which are that we will not be prepared for any major tests and will fail tremendously. My ideal classroom consists of a handful of students‚ the students getting along

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  • Classroom Observation

    schools in the past. Each time that I visited a new school‚ I would pick up something new to stick in my tool belt to use in my own classroom one day. Having seen a variety of classrooms during my visit at Ozark Elementary was very beneficial to me. Each teacher conducted themselves in a different but professional ways. Their teaching styles were different‚ their classroom setups were different and so were many other things. One thing that all the teachers had in common was they were all working towards

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  • Technology in Classrooms

    incorporating technology into public schools. There is a mass of new equipment being thrown haphazardly into classrooms. But do teachers know how best to use it‚ or are they left drowning‚ trying to determine how to avoid the increased number of student distractions that inevitably accompany it? This is the newest challenge. How much is too much? Technology has the potential to revolutionize the classroom if used correctly‚ but it could also be severely detrimental to the education of our students. Initially

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  • Laptops in the Classroom

    Shanikwa Cohran Brad Campbell Eng. 1103-12 22 March. 2011 What’s The Point? The article “Laptops in the Classroom? No Problem” by Elena Choy is started with a great quote that makes the readers think about their instructor . “A teacher is someone who never says anything once (106).” Choy puts up an argument about whether or not laptop computers should be banned in the classroom. She also made it known that some professors may need to reevaluate their teaching techniques. Most professors feel

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  • The Virtual Classroom

    1. Executive Summary…………………………………………………………………. 2 2. Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………..3 2. Analysis …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….3 3.1 The virtual classroom ……………………………………………………………………………3 3.2 Academic Advantages of Online Learning within the classroom……………4 3.3 Issues raised from parents……………………………………………………………………6 3. Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………………………………….7 4. Recommendations …………………………………………………………………………………………….7

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  • Academia and Classroom

    relationships among its members. Leadership is a set of skills that anyone can acquire Question 2 2.1.1 AUTOCRATIC CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT STYLE When dealing with pupil behaviour the teacher will intervene and try to control the behaviour of the pupils. The teacher is mainly interested in the pupils’ completion of tasks and learning performance . Pupils’ participation in the classroom situation is limited to listening‚ working and doing. The following are some advantages of this approach:  Some pupils

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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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