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Unformatted text preview: Managing independent work Click to edit Master subtitle style AED/205 10/2/11 Reasons for seatwork management Amount of time spent on seatwork Purposes of seatwork Verification students are learning Finding the learning differences 10/2/11 Why managing seatwork works ~What seatwork does for the students and teachers Establishes routines Nourishes classroom rules and procedures Enables affective learning Gives students access for assistance Promotes independence Amplifies academic learning 10/2/11 Seatwork challenges for teachers Coordinating purposes for seatwork ollecting, recording, and returning seatwork Ensuring students stay engaged Matching varying levels of achievement Keeping track of the students 10/2/11 Seatwork challenges for students Completing seatwork independently Receiving assistance from peers Attaining the teachers attention Assisting peers 10/2/11 Teachers and Seatwork Opinions differ among teachers Usage differs among teachers Seatwork method similarities and differences 10/2/11 Click icon to add Click icon to add picture Implementing seatwork efficiently Be clear. Be Brief. Be Gone. (Carol S. Weinstein, Andrew J. Mignano, Jr., 2003) Plan ahead 10/2/11 References Carol S. Weinstein, Andrew J. Mignano, Jr.. (2003). Elementary classroom management. Retrieved from Carol S. Weinstein, Andrew J. Mignano, Jr., AED205 website Konza, D., Grainger, J., & Bradshaw, K. (). 2003. Sydney, NSW: Agency Limited. Starko, A. J. (2010). Creativity in the Classroom: Schools of Curious Delight (4th ed.). New York, New York: Taylor & Francis . 10/2/11 ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course EDUATION AED/205 taught by Professor Adrienne during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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