Copy of Ed 202 Classroom observations - theories

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Education 202 CLASSROOM OBSERVATION: THINGS TO CONSIDER Classroom organization: Self-Contained Vs. Departmental Organization ( Include diagram) Small groups present or one large group: If small groups, what are the others doing? Traffic Patterns Room displays Classroom Climate – “Feeling Tone” Atmosphere (Teacher behaviors contributing to climate) Courtesy to all Bias in the classroom? To whom? Gender equality or inequality? Teacher Style: Is s/he a “screamer?” Reinforcements given? Support Systems in the School? Guidance Counselors? Gifted Classes? Center on Disability? Library resources? Classroom Procedures and Routines: Beginning and ending class Administrative routines Student use of equipment and supplies Monitor, checking and grading of students’ work Cues, signals, and transitions Management of time and flow of activities Managing Problem Behaviors: Teacher monitoring and preventive strategies
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course BEHAVIORAL 201 taught by Professor Pgoldentyer during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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