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Unformatted text preview: Daniel Kelleher November 13, 2011 Dr. Goodwin Classroom Policies In box 1-2, the most important classroom policy is procedure 9 which states that no student is prejudged and that I assume all students are capable of A work. This procedure is very important because it lets the incoming students know that they have a fresh start with a new teacher and that none of their previous problems will continue to affect them. The procedure gives students a new chance and informs them that each student is expected to complete work to the best of their abilities. Another important policy is procedure 2 which states to be in your seat when the bell rings, or have a late excuse. This makes sure students realize immediately that tardiness will not be tolerated and that punishments will be given out to those who cannot make it to class on time. Students must understand that arriving late disrupts classroom teachings for all of the students and it is not fair to rest of the children; therefore it is crucial that this procedure...
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