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Foucault s Discourse and Power: Implications for ...

Foucault s Discourse and Power: Implications for ...

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cifically in classroom management. Classroom management is a collection of theoretical ideas, teaching strategies and tech- niques utilised for the maintenance of classroom (school) order or “institutional equilibrium”. With this in mind, in the field of education, particularly in teacher training, the idea of “classroom management ...

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A Strategy for Classroom Management Success

A Strategy for Classroom Management Success

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June 2015 Journal on Best Teaching Practices Volume 2, Issue 2 4 A Strategy for Classroom Management Success Rebecca Huth Abstract: This paper showcases four published articles which cover strategies for classroom management tested by teachers.

  Management, Success, Strategy, Classroom, A strategy for classroom management success

CHAPTER 9 9Classroom Management CHAPTER

CHAPTER 9 9Classroom Management CHAPTER

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Figure 9.4: The aims of effective classroom management plan. 9.3 MANAGING BEHAvIOUR 9.3.1 The Need for ‘Socialization’ The purpose of classroom management is socializing students with the ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ behavioural in the school’s environment. Meaning that, it teaches children how to behave in ways that facilitate learning.

  Management, Chapter, Classroom, Classroom management, Chapter management

Teaching & Learning

Teaching & Learning

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world right from their classrooms. For example, Skype in its purest form is a communication and collaboration tool. But when viewed with a different lens, a classroom in Washington, can take a virtual field trip to a classroom in Mexico City, so participants can learn from each other, in real time, regardless of the languages they speak.

  Classroom

English as a Second Language Curriculum

English as a Second Language Curriculum

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the hours that they are in the mainstream classroom. This includes the purchase of modified resources. • To help classroom teachers prepare ELLs in meeting the Core Curriculum Content Standards. Adaptations for content area materials and content-based ESL instruction aid the students’ transition from the ESL program to the mainstream classroom.

  Language, Students, Second, English, Curriculum, English as a second language curriculum, Classroom, Adaptation

IEP Goals and Objectives Bank (Redmond, Oregon)

IEP Goals and Objectives Bank (Redmond, Oregon)

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FA19 Time Management FA20 Time Management FA21 Writing Independent Living IL1 Community Safety ... SE2 Classroom/School Skills SE3 Classroom/School Skills SE4 Classroom/School Skills ... Objective #7 Use newspapers and magazines as sources of information for research.

  Research, Management, Classroom

Evidence-Based Practices for Classroom and Behavior ...

Evidence-Based Practices for Classroom and Behavior ...

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Page 4 of 39 Innovation Configuration for Evidence-Based Practices for Classroom and Behavior Management: Tier 2 and Tier 3 Strategies This paper features an innovation configuration (IC) matrix that can guide teacher preparation

  Based, Practices, Management, Evidence, Classroom, Tier, Behavior, Evidence based practices for classroom, Evidence based practices for classroom and behavior management

Behavior-Specific Praise in the Classroom

Behavior-Specific Praise in the Classroom

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would like to see in your classroom (e.g., listening while others are speaking, giving your best effort). Write down a list of specific behaviors that will

  Specific, Classroom, Behavior, Praise, Behavior specific praise in the classroom

Inclusive Education and Effective Classroom Practices

Inclusive Education and Effective Classroom Practices

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Inclusive Education and Effective Classroom Practices European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education September 2001 Editor: C.J.W. Meijer

  Education, Practices, Effective, Classroom, Inclusive, Inclusive education and effective classroom practices

100 Days of School, 100 Agricultural Activities!

100 Days of School, 100 Agricultural Activities!

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they need to find. Once there are a hundred items on the paper, talk about the objects and how they relate to agriculture. Hang the finished piece outside the classroom to re-mind everyone that Agriculture is Everywhere! 1 2 3 Feed Sacks Activity: Refer to www.agintheclassroom.org under Lessons and Activities for ingredients and

  Classroom, Object

Promoting Positive Peer Social Interactions

Promoting Positive Peer Social Interactions

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Visiting Ms. Colleen’s classroom later in the year, we see children interacting and playing throughout the classroom and using positive social interactions naturally during play. At the sand table, two children are playing, but the materials (shovels, buckets, etc.) have been purposefully limited to encourage sharing. Jacob leans across the ...

  Classroom, Interactions

The Use of Literature in the Language Classroom: Methods ...

The Use of Literature in the Language Classroom: Methods ...

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favor the use of literature in the language classroom are the active role of the learner and the literary text as the central focus of attention. Learners become active, autonomous, and central to the learning process. One aspect of special importance within the communicative approach is the idea of

  Language, Classroom, In the language classroom

Examples of Current Issues in the Multicultural Classroom

Examples of Current Issues in the Multicultural Classroom

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Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology, K-12 Leadership, Western Michigan University, 1903 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008 E-mail: m.mervat@hotmail.com Abstract Classrooms are becoming increasingly multicultural, and …

  Leadership, Current, Issue, Classroom, Multicultural, Current issues in the multicultural classroom

The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: English, 2007 ...

The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: English, 2007 ...

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outside traditional classroom instruction, will enable students to better customize their high school education and improve their prospects for success in school and in life. THE IMPORTANCE OF LITERACY, LANGUAGE, AND THE ENGLISH CURRICULUM Literacy is about more than reading or writing – it is about how we communicate in society.

  English, Curriculum, Classroom, English curriculum

english Language arts Literacy in History/social studies ...

english Language arts Literacy in History/social studies ...

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texts that are not in the public domain, such as for classroom use or curriculum development, requires independent permission from the rights holders. The texts may not be copied or distributed in any way other than as part of the overall Common Core State Standards Initiative documents. Sample Performance Tasks

  States, Standards, Core, Classroom, Common, Initiative, Common core state standards initiative

Developing the role of Subject Leaders

Developing the role of Subject Leaders

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requires direct classroom observations of teaching and learning. ... • Auditing existing resources and advising on the acquisition of new materials; ... high quality teaching, effective use of resources and improved standards of learning and achievement for all pupils.

  Quality, Auditing, Classroom

Testing Integrity: Issues and Recommendations for Best ...

Testing Integrity: Issues and Recommendations for Best ...

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administrators and classroom teachers. Jack Buckley, the commissioner of NCES, moderated the four panels. The Symposium was open to the public and broadcast online. Nearly 90 participants attended in person and more than 400 participants viewed the proceedings live on the Internet via webcast. Sources and purpose of this report

  Classroom, Integrity

TEXTBOOK EVALUATION: A FRAMEWORK FOR …

TEXTBOOK EVALUATION: A FRAMEWORK FOR

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TEXTBOOK EVALUATION: A FRAMEWORK FOR EVALUATING THE FITNESS OF THE HONG KONG NEW SECONDARY SCHOOL (NSS) CURRICULUM Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language Wong Pak Wing Lawrence Department of English, City University of Hong Kong ABSTRACT It has been widely accepted that a textbook is an essential component of the EFL classroom.

  Evaluation, Fitness, Framework, Classroom, Evaluating, Textbook, Textbook evaluation, A framework for, A framework for evaluating the fitness

Program Evaluation: An Introduction

Program Evaluation: An Introduction

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quality and outcomes of a program. •These evaluations are conducted for ... classroom success of children with special needs Targeted teachers attended ... auditing the program to make sure it is following required legal and ethical guidelines

  Programs, Evaluation, Quality, Auditing, Classroom, Program evaluation

Inclusive education, inclusive curriculum and inclusive ...

Inclusive education, inclusive curriculum and inclusive ...

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• Broadening the concept of inclusive education, setting up inclusive organizational frameworks and developing an inclusive curriculum don’t work without inclusive teachers working in inclusive schools • The complex task of changing teachers profile and role, teachers education and professional development and classroom practices

  Education, Practices, Curriculum, Classroom, Inclusive, Inclusive education, Classroom practices, Inclusive curriculum and inclusive

Teacher's Guide: Germs (PreK to Grade 2) - KidsHealth

Teacher's Guide: Germs (PreK to Grade 2) - KidsHealth

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© 2015 The Nemours Foundation/KidsHealth. Reproduction permitted for individual classroom use. KidsHealth.org is devoted to providing the latest children’s health ...

  Guide, Grade, Teacher, Classroom, Teacher s guide, Perk, Germ, Prek to grade

TE AC HIN G Let’s Talk! TO AN CE Discussing Race, Racism ...

TE AC HIN G Let’s Talk! TO AN CE Discussing Race, Racism ...

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TE AC HIN G TO AN CE A PROECT OF TE SOUTERN POVERT LA CENTER TOLERANCE.ORG ff˚˛˝˙ˆˇ˘ ˝ ffff˝ ˙ ˛˙ffff ˆ˚ ˛˙˛˚ Use this graphic organizer to think ahead about how you can create emotional safety in your classroom.

  Classroom

Physical Education Safety Guidelines, K-12

Physical Education Safety Guidelines, K-12

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Risk Management.....2 Generic Issues ... This module focuses on classroom instruction in physical education. Intramural and interschool activity guidelines can ... asthma, diabetes, severe allergies, anaphylaxis, etc. Each school needs to

  Management, Classroom, Asthma

The Impact of Physical Facilities on Students’ Level of ...

The Impact of Physical Facilities on Students’ Level of ...

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The study adopted ex-post facto design.. ... the school buildings, classrooms, library, laboratories, toilet facilities, offices and other materials and infrastructures that would likely motivate students towards learning. ... Most windows were out of use, thereby causing hazards to life while fluorescent tubes for ...

  Study, Windows, Classroom

Attribution Theory: How Is It Used?

Attribution Theory: How Is It Used?

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Attribution theory is defined as the way that individuals ... first examine the influence that the individual has over the examined outcome. Rotter (1966) defined the individual’s ... the classroom, answering questions and helping students follow the steps for solving the provided problems. The

  First, Theory, Classroom, Attribution, Attribution theory, How is it

Measurement, Grades 4 to 6 - eWorkshop

Measurement, Grades 4 to 6 - eWorkshop

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For a full discussion of equity and diversity in the classroom, as well as a detailed checklist for providing inclusive mathematics instruction, see pages 34–40 in Volume 1 of A Guide to Effective Instruction in Mathematics, Kindergarten to Grade 6, 2006. Accommodations and Modifications

  Measurement, Effective, Mathematics, Grade, Classroom, Grades 4 to 6

Charlotte Danielson Education) FRAMEWORK FOR TEACHING

Charlotte Danielson Education) FRAMEWORK FOR TEACHING

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Classroom Environment 3. Instruction 4. Professional Responsibilities ... instructional strategies, and some may not be suitable to the content. Essential guidance for ... Grouping of Students iii. Instructional Materials and Resources iv. Structure and Pacing D. Using Assessment inInstruction i. Assessment Criteria

  Instructional, Classroom, Grouping

Grades 9 and 10 Mathematics - Ministry of Education

Grades 9 and 10 Mathematics - Ministry of Education

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evaluating student learning.Teachers also support students in developing the reading,writing, and oral communication skills needed for success in their mathematics courses.Teachers bring enthusiasm and varied teaching and assessment approaches to the classroom,addressing differ-

  Developing, Classroom

NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) Study Guide

NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) Study Guide

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To support you with this, join the NYCTF Facebook group and set up a study ... ELLs or English Language Learners An English language learner (often capitalized as English ... The goal is to prepare students to enter mainstream English classrooms (a transition usually completed within two or three

  Students, Support, Classroom, Educating, Mainstream, Ells, Educating all students

Creative Dance Integration Lesson Plans by Erika Cravath

Creative Dance Integration Lesson Plans by Erika Cravath

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Other Ideas for Incorporating Dance into the Classroom ... studies, few minutes remain for arts instruction, recess, creativity, and community-building activi-ties. However, a well-rounded education is vital for children, who must learn creative and critical thinking skills. Children learn in many ways, yet schools often cater to visual and ...

  Building, Creative, Classroom, Thinking

Capacity Building Series - Ministry of Education

Capacity Building Series - Ministry of Education

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and classroom life (Natural Curiosity, p. 7, 2011), and can be seen across a variety of contexts, an inquiry stance does not stand in the way of other forms of effective teaching and learning. Inquiry-based learning concerns itself with the creative approach of combining the …

  Building, Creative, Classroom, Inquiry

Curriculum-Based Measurement: A Manual for Teachers

Curriculum-Based Measurement: A Manual for Teachers

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As a screening instrument, CBM ... performance of targeted students to classroom or grade-wide norms to determine whether a particular child is as fluent as classmates in a given skill-area. ... teachers who rely on CBM data when evaluating the effectiveness of instructional

  Based, Measurement, Curriculum, Instruments, Classroom, Evaluating, Curriculum based measurement

Listen Up Using Audio Books in the Classroom

Listen Up Using Audio Books in the Classroom

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+ Why Use Audio Books? Exposure to patterns, intonation, expressions, different accents & dialects, and pronunciation of a language Provides example of fluent reading Dramatized audio books can increase students interest in the text Allows “readers” to enjoy a book at their interest level, even if it is above their reading level Students can work at the same pace

  Using, Book, Silent, Audio, Classroom, Listen up using audio books

Understanding the Impact of Language Differences on ...

Understanding the Impact of Language Differences on ...

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language support and materials within the classroom/center (e.g., placing culture-specific clothing in dramatic play). Assign child to relay messages to other children (e.g., “Time for snack!”). • Support instruction by • Speaking slowly and clearly • Using pictures, objects, and gestures

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Soft Skills Module 5 Effective Communication: Listening ...

Soft Skills Module 5 Effective Communication: Listening ...

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Classroom Preparation – steps to follow when setting up the learning environment 1. Students configured to facilitate group discussion as well as dyads and triads as needed 2. Wrting paper and pencils for students 3. Flip chart/pad with markers or board/markers for instructor 4. Access to computer word processing 5.

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Roles and Responsibilities of Teachers and Teacher ...

Roles and Responsibilities of Teachers and Teacher ...

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students with special needs to have successful, positive, and productive learning experiences ... including classroom teachers, special education support teachers, learning assistance teachers, and other non-enrolling teachers . ... the program modifications and/or significant adaptations for the student and the services that are to be provided ...

  With, Students, Special, Classroom, Needs, Adaptation, Students with special needs

Instructional Grouping in the Classroom

Instructional Grouping in the Classroom

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A dominant theme in the research ... to master the content and skills covered in a particular unit or lesson the teacher already has. ... After studying content and skills in learning teams (see above), students are combined into tournament groups based on ability.

  Master, Instructional, Classroom, Themes, Combined, Grouping, Instructional grouping in the classroom

Differentiated instruction: A research basis

Differentiated instruction: A research basis

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ground in many educational circles is differentiated instruction. This model proposes a rethinking of the structure, management and content of the classroom, inviting participants within the learning context to become engaged in the process, to the benefit of all. While the model has been accepted and set to work, there remains room

  Instructions, Classroom, Differentiated, Differentiated instruction

An Overview of Strategic Management: An Analysis of the ...

An Overview of Strategic Management: An Analysis of the ...

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strategic management and the importance of strategic management to provide a useful departure point for the classroom education of strategic management. II. STRATEGY The word strategy has so many meanings itself and all these meanings are useful, important and relevant to the people who are setting strategy for their organizations and corporations.

  Management, Strategic, Classroom, Strategic management, Of strategic management

CONSTRUCTIVISM IN THEORY AND PRACTICE: TOWARD A …

CONSTRUCTIVISM IN THEORY AND PRACTICE: TOWARD A …

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principles of constructivism, followed by a portrait of a very ineffective hypothetical middle grades classroom in which a poorly executed lesson will serve as a foil for critiquing instruction from a constructivist perspective. To further exemplify the instructional aspects of constructivism, a detailed

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Learning for All

Learning for All

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• Universal design and differentiated instruction are effective and interconnected means of meeting the learning or productivity needs of any group of students. • Classroom teachers are the key educators for a student’s literacy and numeracy development.

  Learning, Classroom, Differentiated, Learning for all

formative assessment. 54 different examples of

formative assessment. 54 different examples of

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classroom and see their work. Create something This is similar to checking for transfer. ... Check to make sure your students are able to transfer a concept from one domain to another. This could take a variety of forms. For example, can they identify the climax in a short story, a novel, a movie, and an advertisement? Extension Projects ...

  Assessment, Classroom, Formative assessment, Formative, Domain

Teacher's Guide: Diabetes (Grades 9 to 12)

Teacher's Guide: Diabetes (Grades 9 to 12)

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Reproduction permitted for individual classroom use. KidsHealth.org is devoted to providing the latest children’s health information. The site, which is widely

  Classroom, Diabetes

Informal Assessments for Reading Development

Informal Assessments for Reading Development

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Organize your classroom learning environment. Establish consistent routines and clear expectations for a variety of instructional settings, including whole-group, small-group, and independent activities. 2. Create a management system and schedule for administering formal and informal assessment measures. Identify a simple storage and retrieval ...

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Science and Technology

Science and Technology

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concepts and skills to the world beyond the classroom. For example, in the Understanding Life Systems strand in Grade 3, one fundamental concept addressed is systems and inter-actions, and two big ideas related to this concept are the following: Plants are the primary source of food for humans. Humans need to protect plants and their habitats.

  Technology, Sciences, Science and technology, Classroom

Classroom Management, Bullying, and Teacher Practices

Classroom Management, Bullying, and Teacher Practices

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Volume 34, No. 1 • Spring, 2010 Classroom Management, Bullying, and Teacher Practices Kathleen P. Allen University of Rochester Abstract While bullying in schools has begun to receive attention, little is known about the relationship

  Practices, Management, Teacher, Classroom, Bullying, Classroom management, And teacher practices

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