6 edition of Power in the classroom found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Virginia P. Richmond, James C. McCroskey.|
|Series||Communication, Communication (Hillsdale, N.J.)|
|Contributions||Richmond, Virginia P., 1949-, McCroskey, James C.|
|LC Classifications||LB1033 .P69 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 209 p. :|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||91031734|
Students will understand the concept that to be treated in a certain way, they must treat others that way. Students are first asked what they know about a particular topic. Dictionary and take note the dictionary does not only contain spelling but also the meaning of a word. But dependence on the IRE pattern does not promote independence in students, or an understanding that many important questions have no clear-cut, speedy answers. Both the Class Constitution and the Classroom Needs Circle should be thought of as living documents, which can be amended at any time in an ongoing effort to attain a match between the teacher's and students' mental pictures of a quality classroom and reality.
If they identified support as a behavior they did want, they might use a picture of a bridge to represent support. On the first day of school I talk about the object in my square and encourage my students to do the same. A living space is anywhere people can be: an island, a boat, a hot air balloon, a village, a house, and so on. Traveling to the moon and back would be an example of the power that can be harnessed when people work together.
Classroom Needs Circle Another way to provide students with an opportunity to have a say in the classroom is to develop a Classroom Needs Circle. Get a commitment from each student to do his best to live up to the behavioral guidelines listed. The text is divided into three sections: enrich, extend, transform. How many times do you respond to students with comments that aren't evaluative?
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Ignite Rich Conversations. And this website is for you! Even in groups where it is only possible to enact the ideals in part, you will experience shifts that move toward the ideal. Both the Class Constitution and the Classroom Needs Circle should be thought of as living documents, which can be amended at any time in an ongoing effort to attain a match between the teacher's and students' mental pictures of a quality classroom and reality.
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