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checklist could be goals that she must obtain during the school day, such as stays seated  throughout a lesson, focuses on completing her assignments without Mr. Fowler reminding her  to stay on task, and/or working on classwork without doodling on her assignment. Another  strategy could be for Sasha to reach out to a peer for assistance on assignments that she is  struggling to complete. It would also take the willingness of a peer to be open to working with  Sasha. Mr. Fowler would have to discuss this with one or more students who are excelling in the  class and have the ability to be sincere with Sasha to help her become a better student.    C. Self-Efficacy The third challenge that Mr. Fowler has to address is promoting self-efficacy in Sasha.  He does promote self-efficacy, but he does not do a great job of doing so. She knows that if she  completes and turns in her assignments, she will be allowed to display her artwork in the  classroom. Mr. Fowler has created a goal for her to achieve and instills in her that she can do a  good job of completing her assignment so that she can be rewarded with showing off her art.  However, he could improve his strategy of promoting Sasha’s self-efficacy by giving her smaller goals that can build up to bigger goals so that she can become more confident in obtaining her  goals.
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4 Task #2 D. Self-Esteem The last challenge that Mr. Fowler faces is promoting Sasha’s self-esteem. He does not  promote her self-esteem and fails to have established strategies to improve Sasha’s social  interactions with her classmates. Sasha is often found to be in isolated areas during her class’s  independent free time and lacks any genuine friends to interact with regularly. It seems that Mr.  Fowler allows her classmates to neglect Sasha, which furthers her isolation. This will lead her to  become more of a hermit in the class and could eventually lead to her becoming depressed.  In order to improve Sasha’s self-esteem, Mr. Fowler could eliminate independent free  time and replace it with group art time. He knows that Sasha is artistic and has created beautiful  pieces that the class seems to enjoy, so he could have her teach the class different techniques to  create works of art that could be displayed outside the classroom for the school to enjoy. By 
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  • Spring '18
  • Mrs. Holt, Sasha. Mr. Fowler, Eric. Eric

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