First Impressions of a Classroom

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First Impressions of a Classroom As you enter a classroom, imagine that you are a prospective parent visiting it for the first time trying to decide if it’s the right environment for your child. As you walk around, jot down responses to these questions: 1. Are there any Social Science pictures or posters on the wall? There are no Social Science pictures or posters on the wall, but there are many posters of professional athletes such as Michael Jordan and Kirby Puckett. There are also a few posters of general school and learning content. 2. Are there any bulletin boards with Social Science information or learners’ social studies work? There aren’t any bulletin boards with Social Science information or learners’ social studies work inside the classroom, but there are many bulletin boards containing such things throughout the hallway in the department area. 3. How are the learners’ desks or tables arranged? Why do you think they are arranged that way? The tables are arranged in four rows with two students sitting at each table. They
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course EDUC 213 taught by Professor Hand during the Fall '07 term at CSB-SJU.

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