CHAPTER SIX - Climate, Community and Classroom Management The use of praise, punishment and reward Creating a Community Ecology of the classroom – How do you want your classroom organized and what type of educational philosophy do you support? Characteristics of Classrooms
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The use of praise, punishment and reward
Many different cultural backgrounds, academic strengths, abilities, and differing expectations from school
1) Plan your lesson
2) Build up in contingencies
3) Understand and be aware of who is in your classroom
4) Give clear and concise directions
5) Establish a climate of respect and trust
You will need to explain and practice these rules at the beginning of the year and go through them periodically.
You can assess how you are doing by observing students. Presentation to slow or to fast. You may need to give extra attention to special needs students, work with Special ed assistant/aide
Assigning different tasks to different students
Students treated as individuals
“Catch them doing good”