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Classroom

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Amjad Satvilker

on 30 April 2010

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Transcript of Classroom

Lessons Homework Math games Science Virtual Field Trips What's new today at Discovery Education? Discovery Education Partnerships: Behaviour Presentation Guided Reading Groups Literature Circle Videos Welcome Introduction

Why a presentation on Classroom Behaviour?

What is behaviour?

Behaviour in General.

Behaviour in my class. “We shouldn’t assume that negative student attitude and lack of student motivation in FE are necessarily caused by poor standards of teaching”.
Wallace.S, 2006, p 5. Behaviour is the way in which a person or group responds to a specific set of conditions.
Encarta World Dictionary 2009 ‘…. Maslow would argue, if a student is cold, or uncomfortable, or frightened or has certain worries on their mind, they won’t be able to turn their attention to learning, until these lower order needs are met.’
Wallace.S, 2006, p 65.

‘Maslows theory is helpful in explaining why some students are disinclined to learn.’…
Wallace.S, 2006, p 66. Class to Class
Subject to Subject
Teacher to Teacher
Learner to Learner
Place to Place
Time to Time Place to Place
1)Finance for there education – where has it come from?
2)More aware of prospects for the future without good education.
3)Current situation of parents who had no education.
4)Aspirations to have better standards of living.
Talking or chatting Late arrival Non-attendance Mobile phone usage Motivation Common Issues Use of the internet Use of computers
to do other work. Swearing. IT Classroom Praise from the teacher is known, in behaviourist terms(Watson and Skinner), as positive reinforcement. Positive reinforcement makes the recipient feel good, so they are more likely to repeat the behaviour so as to get that good feeling – reward- again.’
Wallace.S, 2006, p66 Motivation Motivation Motivation Theory kept to a minimum
Short Demonstrations from the tutor
User Demonstration of solutions
Bibliography
Wallace.S(2006) Managing Behaviour and Motivating Students in Further Education, Learning Matters Limited, Exeter Thank You for listening Main Issue - Motivation
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