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stress the importance of mutual respect. • Next, by focusing on the participants’ interests and needs, an attempt
is made to find common interests in the situation being negotiated. • Next, an attempt is made to brainstorm win-win options to resolve the
conflict. What solutions will help each party meet their needs? • The various options are weighed and evaluated. 49 • An agreement is reached and committed to by the involved parties.
Motivation Theory and Classroom Management Students’ motivation is connected to their classroom behavior in many
complicated ways. In general, however, providing a motivating classroom
environment is one more way to prevent discipline problems. The principles of
motivation theory that were developed in Chapter 6 provide a basis for
understanding how motivation theory can be connected to important classroom
Principle 6.1: The Successful Completion of Challenging Tasks.
Principle 6.1 addresses the importance of providing students with
moderately challenging tasks at which they can succeed. When teachers fail to
provide appropriately challenging t...
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