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WHAT SHOULD THE TEACHER HAVE IN MIND WHEN HE/SHE DESIGNS THE CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION AND ROUTINES? WHAT THEORIES AND PRINCIPLES SHOULD YOU HAVE IN MIND?
Weegy: In the absence of classroom management, education can?t happen. [ While many teachers loathe the process of teaching and reteaching standards of behavior, doing so is vital, particularly when students are young and inexperienced in the world of education. By creating a clear and effective system of classroom control, you can create an environment conducive to learning and allow yourself the opportunity to focus not on problematic student behaviors but instead upon student learning. Read more: Classroom Management - How To Information | eHow.com ] User: which behavior strategies were effective in managing the behavior of the learners?in motivating students?why were they effective? User: what is the description of the principals office/ User: what is the description of the principals office? User: how do the school campus and the classroom in particular impact on the learning of the students going to school?what are your conclusions? Weegy: Classroom are identified as a place for learning, therefore, the room should be set up in a way where in it would foster learning and would encourage children to study and learn. [ The place should not be in a place where there is a lot of noise, this will affect the attention span of the children. ] User: how does this relate to your knowledge of child and adolescent development/how does this relate to your knowledge of facilitating learning? Weegy: uman development is a lifelong process of physical, behavioral, cognitive, and emotional growth and change. In the early stages of life from babyhood to childhood, childhood to adolescence, and adolescence to adulthood- enormous changes take place. [ Throughout the process, each person develops attitudes and values that guide choices, relationships, and understanding. ] User: WOULD YOU LIKE TO TEACH IN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT YOU JUST OBSERVED?WHY?WHY NOT? Weegy: Yes , if i am in the teaching profession it is my obligation to teach anywhere as i am assign to ... (More)
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WHAT SHOULD THE TEACHER HAVE IN MIND WHEN HE/SHE DESIGNS THE CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION AND ROUTINES? WHAT THEORIES AND PRINCIPLES SHOULD YOU HAVE IN MIND?
Weegy: In the absence of classroom management, education can?t happen. [ While many teachers loathe the process of teaching and reteaching standards of behavior, doing so is vital, particularly when students are young and inexperienced in the world of education. By creating a clear and effective system of classroom control, you can create an environment conducive to learning and allow yourself the opportunity to focus not on problematic student behaviors but instead upon student learning. Read more: Classroom Management - How To Information | eHow.com ] User: 4.) IN THE FUTURE HOW CAN YOU ACCOMPLISH A KIND OF CLASSROOM THAT IS CONDUCIVE TO LEARNING? Weegy: you need to know the right spacing of chairs as well as the lighting and the noise. User: IMAGINE YOURSELF ORGANIZING YOUR OWN CLASSROOM IN THE FUTURE.IN WHAT GRADE LEVEL DO YOU SEE YOURSELF?WHAT ROUTINES AND PROCEDURES WOULD YOU CONSIDER FOR THIS LEVEL? Weegy: I see myself teaching fourth year students. Similar to others, I will do the same routineswhich are very applicable in my students. [ [ The routines that I will consider for this level are thefollowing: First, I will start my class with an opening prayer; praying that my students willparticipate and cooperate in my class, secondly, I will check their attendance; for me to knowwho are absent and late, thirdly, by asking my students about the previous meeting discussion,then I will ask him/her to give a brief explanation from the previous topic. And lastly, I willproceed to the new topic to be discussed. If my students have no more questions about thetopic, subsequently I will give them a short quiz for me to determine who among of the classunderstand the lessons clearly. ] ] (More)
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