Reading Response 15 March 202

Reading Response 15 March 202 - 8/8 KA Katy Arnett, Ph.D....

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8/8 KA Katy Arnett, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Educational Studies St. Mary's College of Maryland 18952 E. Fisher Road St. Mary's City, MD 20686 240-895-4451 [email protected] Ed Psych!! Reading Response 15 Charles, Chapter 1-4 Responses should contain specific language that indicates a “heavy skimming” of the material. Chapter 1 begins with contrasting two classrooms, one where student misbehaviour is high and one where most students are actively participating respectfully. There are three “strategies” to stop student misbehaviour, and these are, “to prevent the occurrence of as much misbehaviour as possible” (2), “to introduce classroom conditions that lead to student enjoyment, sense of purpose, self-direction, and sense of responsibility” (2), and, “to deal with misbehaviour that does occur in a positive manner rather than a negative one” (2). Classroom misbehaviour is defined as, “any behaviour that, through intent or thoughtlessness, 1.interferes with teaching or learning 2.threatens or intimidates others 3.oversteps society’s standards of moral, ethical, or legal behaviour” (3).
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course EDUC 368 taught by Professor Arnett during the Spring '08 term at St. Mary MD.

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