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Classroom Management Page 1 Classroom Management PSY 372 Ursula Kupferer Instructor: Kristin Hamilton September 12 th 2010
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Classroom Management Page 2 It is a known fact the every child is unique and has his/her own abilities, challenges, skills and background in general and all of these affect how they learn and experience the classroom. In order to effectively plan lessons all of these factors have to be taken in consideration adding of course the environment the teacher creates for the classroom. It is crucial that a teacher establishes a positive environment from the very first day of the school year and to do this in an effective way, the teacher must have a solid classroom management plan. But this plan must be in place even before the student come in the classroom. I stop and think about what would be the most effective way to set the note of classroom management from the outset? I think the very first day of the school year is the most crucial day to implement the rules for classroom management
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2010 for the course PSY 372 taught by Professor Banks during the Spring '10 term at Ashford University.

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