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Creative practices developed by teachers for improving classroom atmospheres

Mabel Kaufman

Creative practices developed by teachers for improving classroom atmospheres

by Mabel Kaufman

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Published by Inter-Center Program of Research on Children, Youth, and Family Life, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan in [Ann Arbor] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Classroom management.,
  • Teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Cooperative research project no. 1167.

    Statementby Mabel Kaufman, Richard Schmuck [and] Ronald Lippitt.
    SeriesUniversity of Michigan. Inter-Center Program on Children, Youth and Family Life. Document series -- 14.
    ContributionsSchmuck, Richard A., Lippitt, Ronald.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62 ℗ .
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14320071M

    This paper explores teachers and learner’s creative activity in the context of their exposure to contemporary art practices. The starting point is the findings of a recent research project in the UK, Teaching through Contemporary Art, (TCA) in which teachers developed experimental classroom practices brought about by their directFile Size: KB. • Teachers have control over many aspects of assessment in the classroom • Teachers may decide to use the assessment tools available for multiple purposes – formative AND summative. • State, district and school required tests and policies may affect how teachers see their role in creating the assessment environment in the Size: KB.

    classroom spaces. 7. Staff receives regular opportunities for developing and improving active supervision skills. 8. Status of student behavior and management practices are evaluated quarterly from data. 9. All staff are involved directly or indirectly in management of non-classroom settings. Name of School _____. Purposes for Using This Assessment Tool 5 E X A M P L E 1 A principal uses this tool to provide feedback to an individual teacher on a specific practice as part of her yearly professional development plan, ms. Jenson has decided to focus on improving her use of positive teacher language, specifically on using reinforcing language.

    Teachers work hard to find creative ways to welcome students and parents. I used to teach in a small city school and my classroom was known as the . Further, problem-solving–being a habit as much as a skill–both creates and is dependent upon a kind of culture in your classroom. To remedy the situation, and grow fruitful and happy students within the confines of the syllabus you are bound to, start to fix the problem yourself by creating an atmosphere of problem-solving in your classes.


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Creative practices developed by teachers for improving classroom atmospheres. Document #14 in document series of Inter-Center Program on Children, Youth and Family Life R LippittAuthor: David B. Szabla. Schmuck, Richard A. Overview. This paper, developed as a chapter for a handbook on school psychology, helps school psychologists understand the value of the concepts and techniques of organization development.

Creative practices developed by teachers for improving classroom atmospheres by Mabel Kaufman () 2 editions published. To create a positive classroom atmosphere, model good social skills for your students by reacting calmly and respectfully when they misbehave. For example, if a student is talking in class, calmly ask them to respect the class’s time, instead of ignoring them or lashing out angrily.

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