Unformatted text preview: was well organized, her language was clear, and she questioned effectively, particularly in the area of equitable distribution. She used high-quality examples and she developed her lesson with high levels of interaction. She provided effective feedback during the course of the lesson. Leslie's assessment was aligned with her learning objective and her learning activity. We don't have direct evidence for her personal characteristics or classroom management. However, because her instructional strategies were effective, the likelihood of her having classroom management problems was significantly reduced....
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- Spring '11
- Educational Psychology, classroom management, Leslie, teaching strategies, classroom management problems, effective teaching characteristics