Most students come home after school, unzip their heavy backpack and pull out their homework. The more time it takes the student to complete their homework the more they give
Homework, homework, everyone hates homework. People are up all night doing something that they think is such a waste of time! Well is it a waste of time? Most people think so! Infact most people think it has no effect at all! homework has had a huge impact on sleeping, time and grades. Grades k-12 have seen a dramatic change in homework. Changes that happened recently. The evidence shows that homework may not be harmful, but it sure is not helping.
Classroom Management considered and linked to classroom “culture” In a diverse classroom each student will be attended based on their individual need and teachers will meet each child at their level. Student will be treated equally regardless of their cultural background or socioeconomic status. By providing a good classroom management system, we will have a respectful and inclusive class culture. Establishing good classroom routines is essential to creating a positive environment for students to focus on learning. The follow sections cover those routine in our class
Homework: To Give or Not to Give? Homework, a single word that carries differing opinions amongst varied individuals. With the debate of homework at the forefront of many schools and classroom teachers, there are two positions to consider. Before taking a side and conducting research, we began by simply looking at what the word homework means. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines homework as, “an assignment given to a student to be completed outside the regular class period” (2017). The concept of homework is one that has been recently highly debated. With every school’s ‘hot topic’ there are pros and cons to be discovered. Looking at the topic of homework, the list seems to grow exponentially as our world rapidly changes.
General assessment Students will receive a homework sheet near the end of class with remaining time the students will be able to start homework (not as a group) and ask any questions they may have before taking the worksheet home with them.
Behavioral Management Plan This ClassDojo is an online electronic classroom management communication system, it is used to assist teachers, record, and track students’ behavior in real time by adding and subtracting points. The students are recognized with points for the following participations: been on task, helping others, participation, persistence, teamwork and
Major Discipline Philosophies In an interview, Harry Wong stated that, “The number one problem in the classroom is not discipline: it is the lack of procedures and routines,” (Wong). Harry and Rosemary Wong support a system of classroom management rather than classroom discipline. The Wong’s believe that students need to be
To assure that my procedures and expectations are thoroughly known, I plan on continuously practicing my classroom procedures and modeling both them and my behavioral expectations for the students. Providing them with a clear example and backing it up with extensive practice for the first few weeks of school will practically imprint this in my students’ minds. Through building positive relationships and implementing persistent and clear classroom management, I know that my students will have the opportunity to
If your classroom runs smoothly, learning takes place. I agree that teachers should create rules that specifically define our behaviors expectations. I think rules should be positive. Being positive creates an atmosphere where students want to be positive also. Before we can hold students to high standards we must teach them the rules
What beliefs have influenced the classroom teacher featured in the interview to create this effective learning environment? Sarah is a second grade teacher at Punchbowl Public School. Her classroom is working at meeting outcomes at a high Stage 1 level. Sarah has a class of 26 students and with her
Objective: Students will be able to follow classroom procedures. Procedures: The teacher will introduce the classroom procedure to the students and help the students order their supplies in their desks. Then teacher and students will take a school tour and be able to know the rules inside and outside the hallway.
Kindergarten classrooms will run efficiently when students follow procedures and rules. When the students choose to follow them they will get rewarded or pay the consequence. When all of the students are following the rules there will be less interruptions. Procedures, rules, and a reward system allows more time for conductive learning. In everyday routines, “children have to suppress undesirable behaviors in order to follow their caregivers’ requests” (Kopp, 1982, p. 208).
The purpose of this experiment was to analyze the homework habits of eighth graders at The Franciscan School. Only two of the seven (27%) survey questions were hypothesized correctly. The materials used for this experiment were a chromebook and seventy-three eighth grade students. The procedure of this experiment involved creating a Google form survey to be sent out to the eighth grade. Then, students filled out the survey and the results were collected in a spreadsheet. Furthermore, the data was analyzed and put into graphs. Some possible sources of error in this experiment include: students not answering honestly, students answering more than once, students misinterpreting the questions, and students lazily answering the questions. This experiment
Teachers should not punish students for tardiness. It is suggested that work or handouts are placed on the student’s desk with instructions and directions so that when the student arrives he/she can join the rest of the class. If a student is absent, it is recommended that he is given his work the next day. If notes need to be given to the student, it must be provided to the entire class to reduce special treatment or favoritism. Students can be permitted to record notes since students struggle with perfectionist behaviors. They tend to write, erase, and rewrite thus causing them to complete or submit their work on
A procedure is a step to be taken in the classroom - It is a doing - An action. It is the way things are done in the classroom. A procedure is NOT a rule. A rule ensures safety. A procedure ensures order and routine. A procedure gets FORM to your classroom. It trains your students on how to do the important things in your classroom. A procedure is a “how-to” for the way things work in your classroom. IMPORTANT DISTINCTION Procedures are never rewarded or