Classroom Management: The Don'ts and Rewards

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What do starting principles of teaching involve?

According to John Dewey, when is teaching considered good?

What do guiding principles of teaching refer to?

What are the ending principles of teaching concerned with?

What is the purpose of interest boosting?

When should tension reduction with humor be used?

What is the primary purpose of antiseptic bounce?

What is the essence of appeal to relationship?

What does distraction as an intervention aim to achieve?

What is the significance of restructuring activities?

Which teaching approach starts from a known principle and then moves into the unknown?

What is the primary focus of expository teaching?

In which method do students work in pairs or small groups on problems of application and analysis?

What is the role of the teacher as a motivator?

What is the role of the teacher as a model?

Which method illustrates a general principle with a concrete example to provide a model of a skill which can then be practiced?

What is the primary aim of case study method?

What is the primary focus of explicit teaching?

Which role does the teacher play when acting as a facilitator/instructor?

What is the primary focus of reciprocal teaching?

Which method is primarily aimed at allowing exploration of attitudes?

What is the purpose of a Venn diagram?

Which organizer is suitable for comparing advantages and disadvantages of a topic?

What does a metaphor do?

What is the purpose of a flow web or story map?

What term is applied to the statement of objectives to be realized and the methods to be used in their attainment within a specific time?

What is the purpose of a daily plan?

According to basic principles of lesson planning, what does a good lesson exhibit?

What is the main purpose of lesson planning?

What does classroom management refer to?

What is the responsibility of teachers in terms of classroom management according to Jacob Kounin’s principles?

What is the main objective of classroom management according to the text?

What is one importance of lesson planning according to the text?

What is the ultimate function of school administration?

What refers to the orderly, logical, and systematic procedure in doing something, especially in teaching?

What are graphic organizers used for in teaching?

What must occur for effective instruction to take place?

What does a cause and effect graphic organizer show?

What is the important requisite for a classroom to offer a wholesome venue for learning activities?

What does a mind map help with?

What does the term 'methodology' specifically refer to?

What does a KWL chart help with?

What does a chart provide a graphical representation of?

What does the term 'relational organizers' refer to?

What does the 'ripple effect' in Kounin's theory refer to?

What is 'flip-flop' as mentioned in the text?

How can teachers achieve consensus on rules with students?

What is the purpose of using non-verbal cues as mentioned in the text?

What is 'stimulus-bonded' as mentioned in the text?

What does 'overdwelling' refer to as per the text?

What is 'smoothness' in Kounin's theory?

What is 'fragmentation' according to the text?

What is the purpose of establishing rapport with students according to the text?

According to Kounin's theory, what does 'withitness' refer to?

What does 'group focus' refer to?

What is one way to minimize disruptions and build rapport with students?

Why should teachers use mobility while instructing?

What is one of the 'Don’ts of Classroom Management' according to the text?

What does the 'Riffle effect' refer to in classroom management?

What is the purpose of the 'Behavior modification approach' to classroom discipline?

What is the consequence of losing control in the classroom?

What is an example of a 'Surface management technique' mentioned in the text?

What is one of the 'Do's of Classroom Management' according to the text?

What does the 'Acceptance approach' in classroom management emphasize?

What is one of the objectives of the 'Behavior modification approach' to classroom discipline?

What should disciplinary referrals be reserved for according to the text?

What does 'Planned Ignoring' aim to prevent according to the text?

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Learn about the do's and don'ts of classroom management, including the disadvantages of publicly disciplining students and the benefits of rewarding positive behavior. Explore strategies for maintaining control and dignity in the classroom environment.

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