If you want to teach students, you must first get their attention

If you want to teach students, you must first get their attention.”Explain why this is true or not true, and give the rationale for your position.

Part A:

  1. “If you want to teach students, you must first get their attention.”Explain why this is true or not true, and give the rationale for your position.

(Remember: The response should be a bare bones minimum of 100 words.)

Part B:

Question 1:

In the book, Choice Theory in the Classroom, William Glasser proposes that “no one does anything, simple or complex, because someone tells them to do it. All living creatures, and we are no exception, only do what they believe is most satisfying to them, and the main reason our schools are less effective than we would like them to be is that, where students are concerned, we have failed to appreciate this fact.” Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Sufficient support for your opinion is required.

Question 2:

Explain to what extent your students feel that they belong in your classroom. How do you know this? What percentage of students feels this way? What percentage of your students feels that they do not belong? How do you know?

Question 3:

What freedoms do your students enjoy in your classroom? How does this support or hinder supportive classroom techniques?

Question 4:

Discuss supportive discipline techniques that you use in your classroom that align with the idea that students can be self-disciplined.

Question 5:

Spend some time researching the benefits of classroom procedures. Summarize your findings here. Be sure to include more journal articles than web pages in your reading. Be sure to note your findings in regards to the importance of procedures, the effects of teaching those procedures to your students and the timeline for the instruction of the procedures. NOTE: 2 references for this question in APA format.

 

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