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Surviving The First Year. Review Quiz for Classroom Management Section I. Introduction to Classroom Management. Topics and times. This review consists of two parts Part I—Definitions (Approximately 10 minutes). Part II—Major Theories and Trends (Approximately 15 minutes)

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topics and times
Topics and times
  • This review consists of two parts
  • Part I—Definitions(Approximately 10 minutes).
  • Part II—Major Theories and Trends(Approximately 15 minutes)
  • Should you decide to practice Section I again, click the button that looks like this house to return to the beginning of Part I
  • These buttons to the right will take you to the previous slide or the next slide
  • This review has been designed to help you prepare for the on-line assessment at the end of Section I of Classroom Management—Introductionto Classroom Management
  • You should practice Part I as many times necessary until you get all responses correct before moving on to Part II
  • Click the buttons at the bottom of each slide to navigate to the desired location
instructions cont
Instructions (Cont.)
  • Please read each statement carefully, then click the button to the right of the answer that you feel is correct
  • If your selection is correct, you will hear this sound
  • If your selection is incorrect, you will hear this sound
  • The next slide will begin your review
  • Good luck
part i definitions
Part I - Definitions

Question 1

  • A researcher, Cotton 1992, found that nearly this much of instructional time involved noninstructional activities:
    • 15 percent
    • 35 percent
    • 50 percent
Question 2
  • The process of establishing and maintaining an effective learning environment:
    • Classroom management
    • Discipline
    • Direct instruction
Question 3
  • Training that is expected to produce a specified character or pattern of behavior; controlled behavior
    • Modifications
    • Punishment
    • Discipline
Question 4
  • A prevailing condition in human affairs:
    • Circumstances
    • Climate
    • Wellness
Question 5
  • Successful teachers place more emphasis on classroom management than on their roles as:
    • Authority figures
    • Students
    • Parents
end of part i
End of Part I
  • You may go on to Part II by clicking the button or you may click the button to return to the instructions page to redo Part I.
welcome to part ii

Welcome to Part II

Major Trends and Theories

major trends and theories
Major Trends and Theories

Question 1

  • This psychologist suggested that there is a hierarchy of basic human needs.
    • Meager
    • Maslow
    • Topper
Question 2
  • In the hierarchy of needs, these three as the most basic and must be satisfied first:
    • Hunger, thirst, and bodily comforts
    • Safety, security, and out of danger
    • Belongingness, love, and being accepted by others
Question 3
  • This approach to classroom management emphasized discipline (1960 – 1970):
    • Behaviorist
    • Assertive Discipline
    • Counseling
Question 4
  • With this approach, the focus of classroom discipline moved in the direction of teacher control (1970 – 1980):
    • Behaviorist
    • Assertive Discipline
    • Counseling
Question 5
  • According to C. M. Charles, there are basically three types of teachers when considering classroom management:
    • Prepared, unprepared, or experienced
    • Mean, ugly, or rotten
    • Hostile, Nonassertive,or Assertive
  • You have reached the end of Part II and the end of this review session.
  • You may click the next button to end this review, you may click the U-turn button to return to the beginning of Part II, or you may click the home button to return to the beginning of Part I.