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Classroom Instruction that Works

Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement (ASCD)

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        PublishersPrentice Hall
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        LC ClassificationsApril 27, 2004
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        Paginationxvi, 124 p. :
        Number of Pages83
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        ISBN 100131195034
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Assertive teachers do not use an abrasive, sarcastic, or hostile tone when disciplining students.

Differentiated Instruction: Examples & Classroom Strategies

Get Relevant Teaching Content and Updates Delivered Directly to Your Inbox. Low cards are a less invasive intervention to address what is happening.question asking or to decrease undesired behaviors e. The Good Behavior Game [ ] The Good Behavior Game GBG is a "classroom-level approach to behavior management" that was originally used in 1969 by Barrish, Saunders, and Wolf. Assertive teachers react to situations that require the management of student behavior confidently.

This means that when teaching, the teacher needs to focus on verbs and adjectives related to the topic as well. Assertive teacher behavior also reassures that thoughts and messages are being passed on to the student in an effective way.Best Practices in School Psychology V 1403-1420.

An can be thought of as a mix between a traditional classroom and a self-contained classroom. Create a PowerPoint presentation summarizing the lesson. 1 percent of students who experienced corporal punishment were African Americans, and 78. and classrooms are set up quite similar.