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Classroom Management 1 Classroom Management Allyce Beechy AED/200 February 04, 2010 Deb Kneser
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Classroom Management 2 Classroom Management In my approach as a teacher I most likely would be more of a constructivist. Being a constructivist heavily involves experimenting and letting the students learn hands on what to learn. With organization, motivation, discipline, and your particular teaching style you will be able to use your constructivist qualities to help your students on the pursuit of becoming successful in their futures. In the classroom I think that all the children should learn how to have organization. The way I would go about teaching them would be to make sure they put all of their stuff back where it goes. Another thing I would have them do is for every subject that they have they will need a separate folder and notebook. Others ways for them to be organized is to make sure they write down all of their homework, that way they know what they have and when it is due. When a child is well organized they
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2011 for the course CSI 101 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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