The classroom teacher

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  • The article is about the evaluation by graduate students on the classroom climate in the previous universities. The classroom climate is one of the elements to contribute to the success of teaching session. According to the inventory, there are seven factors to survey the classroom climate. The findings show that the respondents appreciate teachers of creating the solidarity of the members in the classroom; and evaluate lowly that they could not get team work, and learning achievements as expected.

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  • *These lessons are designed using basic skills already learned by students; to measure and to draw straight lines using a ruler. Elements of self-expression are based on familiarity and habit and will come gradually - particularly when the student grows comfortable with the lesson structure. Such self-expression is first emphasised in the homestudy area.

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  • Teachers and educational leaders are extraordinarily busy, inundated with demands for more work and better results with fewer resources—and less time. You will decide within the next few paragraphs whether this book is worth your time. Let me come straight to the point. Accountability for Learning equips teachers and leaders with the ability to transform educational accountability policies from destructive and demoralizing accounting drills into meaningful and constructive decision making in the classroom, school, and district.

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  • The first edition of the HOPE Teachers Guide. This guide has practical classroom activities for teachers to help promote student awareness on environmental and development issues! The purpose of the HOPE Teachers Guide is to provide teachers with classroom resources to address education for sustainability for the students of Fiji, that is linked to existing curriculum.

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  • Coaching Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom is a practical resource to help Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 teachers explore and understand a range of concepts, principles and techniques gathered under the term ‘emotional intelligence’, and the way that this powerfully infl uences pupils’ behaviour and learning in the classroom. Creative activities are suggested throughout, leading towards a more explicit focus on coaching methods to help pupils become independent, creative and effective learners able to set goals, generate ideas, solve problems and arrive at reasoned decisions....

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  • Teachers with elementary school credentials had slightly better success in the classroom than did teachers with secondary school credentials. (JEL: J44, J45, H0, H75, I21) (Keywords: Teacher quality, teacher licensure, student achievement, middle school, twolevel fixed effects, education production function)  

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  • The National Foreign Language Project 2020 (Project 2020) has been laying its emphasis on the development of general English language proficiency and English language teaching methods of English language teachers in Vietnamese schools. This article argues that these focuses might overlook an area which is essential for these teachers to use English efficiently in the classrooms: the development of classroom English proficiency.

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  • The frst years in engineering degree courses are usually made of large groups with a low teacher-student rato. Overcrowding in classrooms hinders contnuous assessment much needed to promote independent learning. Therefore, there is a need to apply some kind of automatc evaluaton to facilitate the correcton of exercises outside the classroom.

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  • This study investigated the congruency of the classroom management styles and teacher-student relationship as well as its influence on student learning outcomes. The classroom management styles are categorized as authoritarian, autocratic, democratic and laissez faire. The study employed the quantitative aspect which was the determination of the profile, classroom management styles, teacher-student relationship and the learning outcomes.

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  • New Headway is the course teachers and learners can rely on. Why? An authoritative integrated syllabus, motivating topics, and clearly focused tasks combine with a real understanding of what works in the classroom. It all makes for effective teaching and effective learning. Tried and tested all over the world, it's probably the most popular course ever written

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  • Although Barron's How to Prepare for the TOEFL was originally written as a self-study guide for students who were preparing to take the TOEFL, in the years since its first publication, I have received letters from ESL teachers around the world who are using the book successfully for classroom study.

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  • The use of literature in foreign language teaching has greatly increased over the past few years. The materials and activities that derive from literary texts are a great aidto learning in that they appeal to the learners’ imagination, increase motivation and,above all, create a rich and meaningful context. Among the techniques available tothe teacher, storytelling is one of the most frequently used, especially with beginnersand false beginners.

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  • Students for whom English is a second or additional language (or dialect) are a growing segment of British ColumbiaÕs K-12 school population. Over the past ten years, the number of students identified as needing ESL services in BC has more than tripled. Lower Mainland school districts have been especially affected, and educators in those districts have had to develop skills and processes to address the growing need. With continuing growth in the numbers of ESL students provincewide, however, the need to provide appropriate ESL services is becoming an issue for districts in all areas of BC.

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  • (BQ) In the part 2 of Tài liệu Classroom management that works (Research - based strategies for every teacher), the authors provides to reader the contents as: Mental set, the student’s responsibility for management, getting off to a good start, management at the school level. Inviting you to refer to learn details.

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  • , I have received letters from ESL teachers around the world who are using the book successfully for classroom study. In fact, in recent years, many special courses have been developed within the existing ESL curriculum to accommodate TOEFL preparation.

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  • (BQ) How does classroom management affect student achievement? What techniques do teachers find most effective? How important are schoolwide policies and practices in setting the tone for individual classroom management?. In this book, Robert J. Marzano analyzes research from more than 100 studies on classroom management to discover the answers to these questions and more. Inviting you to refer to part 1 of Tài liệu with the contents: The critical role of classroom management, rules and procedures, disciplinary Interventions, teacher-student relationships, ...

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  • (BQ) The Big Book of Classroom Poems helps teachers can step into this BIG collection of kid-pleasing classroom poems and discover connections to hundreds of topics you teach! They'll find poems about the alphabet, word families, math skills, science concepts, friendship, holidays and special times, neighborhood and community, character education, and so many more. The poems will entertain and inspire students while offering endless opportunities to expand their experience with language, foster a love of words, and build reading fluency and confidence.

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  • Chapter Title i Applied Behavior Analysis for TeachersWe prepared the first edition of Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers over 20 years ago because we needed a technically sound, systematically organized, and readable text for our own students. We want students to understand concepts of applied behavior analysis and also to know how to apply those concepts in classrooms and other settings. Applied behavior analysis can make a difference; its principles can be used to teach academic skills, functional skills, and appropriate social behavior.

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  • Looking back in my 26 years in education, I can’t think of a time when a book like this was needed more. Increasingly, we struggle to teach more in less time, prepare students for tests we often find not useful or descriptive, and stay on top of the field by reading new professional titles and research—and we do it all alone.

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  • (BQ) This is a brief that explores eight, worthwhile, research-based classroom innovations that foster student-centered classroom environments worth implementing into today's school settings. Part 1 of includes the topics as: The power of essential questions, curriculum integrati on as a tool for coherence, standards-based curriculum and assessment design, authentic assessment, using scoring rubrics to support learning. Inviting you to refer.

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