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Constructive classroom management

strategies for creating positive learning environments

by Betty Cooper Epanchin

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  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Brooks/Cole Pub. Co in Pacific Grove, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Classroom management.

  • Edition Notes

    Include bibliographical references and index.

    StatementBetty C. Epanchin, Brenda Townsend, Kim Stoddard.
    ContributionsTownsend, Brenda., Stoddard, Kim.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3013 .E63 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 365 p. :
    Number of Pages365
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1080803M
    ISBN 100534222544
    LC Control Number94004309

    CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS OF CONSTRUCTIVIST CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION Although education has witnessed a large number of technological advances over the past 50 years, the concept on which the education system is based did not change, especially, at classroom level. Jonnavithula and Kinshuk () note that schools are still organised. Constructivism is a theory in education that recognizes the learners' understanding and knowledge based on their own experiences prior to entering school. It is associated with various philosophical positions, particularly in epistemology as well as ontology, politics, and ethics. The origin of the theory is also linked to Jean Piaget's theory of cognitive development.

    A constructivist, student-centered approach to classroom management is based on the assignment of tasks in response to student disruption that are "(1) easy for the student to perform, (2) developmentally enriching, (3) progressive, so a teacher can up the ante if needed, (4) based on students' interests, (5) designed to allow the teacher to. The procedure section of the book is the best part but the first section of the book is just a repeat of the Days of School, hence four stars instead of five but still a great resource for classroom management/5.

    Classroom Management in a Reading Workshop. They have chosen the books from my classroom library and have already made sure the book is at their "just right" level based on its color code. While students are reading their books, I am conferring with individuals, conducting guided reading groups or strategy lessons, facilitating book clubs. of classroom management highlight the construction of an appropriate atmosphere in the classroom so that teaching and, consequently, learning can occur. This paper provides a review of this complex phe-nomenon of classroom management in relation to the field of foreign language education. I .


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Constructive Classroom Management: Strategies for Creating Positive Learning Environments. Epanchin, Betty C.; And Others. In light of today's greater student diversity, this teacher's guide provides practical ways to help students manage their own behavior rather than ways in which their behavior can be managed by teachers, peers, parents, or other by: 8.

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Constructivism in classroom management by sheena bernal 1. Constructivism in Classroom Management Critical Thinking o Constructivist schools focus on developing critical thinking, which helps students develop their own opinions about information they consume, and allows them to differentiate quality information from poor information.

He has written a wide range of books and articles in the areas of special education teacher preparation, working with students with social and emotional difficulties, and classroom management.

He is Associate Professor and Department Chair in the Division. Cooperative Learning Strategy as Tool for Classroom Management constructive controversy provide an overall structure for school learning and classroom management.

Cooperative Learning. Classroom climate, expectations, motivation, and methods for constructive reflection on mistakes are investigated to support teachers in developing a positive learning environment.

Keywords: effective classroom management, learning, motivation, positive teaching. Book Review Constructive Classroom Management: Strategies for Creating Positive Learning Environments Edited by B.

Epanchin, B. Townsend, and K. Stoddard. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing. Jim L. Kucera 1Cited by: 2. Learning to Trust describes a constructivist approach to classroom management and discipline that was developed by the Child Development Project, a multiyear research and development project that applied attachment theory, care, and self-determination theories to the elementary school classroom.

In this book, Marilyn Watson provides an overview of the research on attachment theory and a detailed description Cited by: 2. Primary School Teachers' Views on Constructive Classroom Management / Arı, Tunçer & Demir management. In-class activities should be designed in accordance with the physical, mental and affective developmental steps of the learners.

Finally, the holistic model notFile Size: KB. With key sections such as assessment, leadership, classroom management, discipline, behaviour management, planning and reviewing practice this essential guide is just what you need to get on top of your class and really start enjoying your job.

This guide is the first volume in the HelpfulLeigh education series and is intended to be used. Constructive Classroom Management. Norin Dollard, Linda Christensen, Karen Colucci, and Betty Epanchin. OCTOBER Power. the strength and the ability to see yourself through the eyes.

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Classroom management techniques that empower you and your students. Teachers' behaviour management is a significant construct that shapes teacher efficiency in the classroom. Constructivism as a set of beliefs provides a sculpt of cognition that leads directly.

This second edition of the bestselling book, Rethinking Classroom Management, is based on a leadership model of prevention, intervention, and problem solving, and is filled with real-life examples, tips, strategies, and worksheets to help teachers foster leadership in themselves and their students.Constructive classroom management: strategies for creating positive learning environments.

Constructive assertiveness is never negative. When a teacher demonstrates constructive assertiveness, s/he does not belittle or attack the student involved. Assertiveness is never hostile, timid, apathetic, argumentative, pleading, or inflexible.

C onstructive assertiveness is that it should not be accusatory in tone. When being assertive, one.