To help prevent discipline problems, teachers should
Establish sound management policies.
c and d
When preparing classroom space, teachers need to think about organizing to
Communicate behavioural expectations.
Make desks align neatly in rows.
Place the teacher's desk in the front and centre of the room.
Put students so that their backs are to wall displays or windows.
Make sure students do not daydream out the windows.
Should be left for the entire year so that routines won't be disrupted.
Can be changed to gain learner interest.
Are distracting for students.
Must match the unit being discussed.
In education, time management includes
Taking care of non-instructional routines.
Beginning and ending class on time.
All of the above.
The constructivist approach to learning incorporates
Firm classroom rules set by the teacher.
Negotiated rules set by the teacher and the students.
Unequal application of classroom rules.
Learner obedience training.
If a teacher uses stickers to encourage students to use good behaviour, the power the teacher has is known as
To have effective classroom discipline, the teacher must remember to incorporate all of these, except
Addressing the causes of the misbehaviour.
Preserving the dignity of the learner.
Providing private direction.
Making sure the correction is public.
____ is not considered an appropriate response to misbehaviour.
Respecting the student
Dealing with the problem quietly
Highlighting acceptable and unacceptable behaviours
Making sure that the student loses face
Minor and major problems
Are never related to one another.
Should result in the same type of consequences.
Must be distinguished between.
Should never be ignored.
None of these.
If a teacher compliments a student or class on how well they behaved, this teacher is
Providing situational assistance.
Redirecting learner attention.
Using proximity control.
Using nonverbal signals.
Reinforcing productive behaviour.