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Praxis Classroom Management

Subjects : praxis, teaching
  • Answer 24 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Antecedents aka _________

2. Establishing classroom rules - daily procedures - and routines.

3. _________ is the key in implementation.

4. Students _______ behaviors that they see modeled by trusted and respected adults.

5. Teachers who are ________ - with a desire to learn - inspire their students to exhibit those same qualities

6. Consequences aka __________

7. The focus of teacher feedback must be on _________ as opposed to final performance.

8. What is one way that a teacher can communicate expectations?

9. A setting ________ to learning and effective classroom management will help promote positive relationships - cooperation - and purposeful learning - Making a certain situation or outcome likely or possible

10. When students misbehave - focusing on objective descriptions of the behavior - rather than traits or characteristics of the students themselves - encourages _______ _____

11. Regular ________ helps to develop a sense of partnership among teachers and families - which has a positive effect on students.

12. Peer _______ is another useful tool for teachers --- in the classroom - students witnessing a similar peer successfully performing a task often feel that they too are capable of performing the task.

13. Teachers must maintain accurate records of student behavior and give timely _______

14. A ________ ________ is a formal agreement between teacher and student that identifies behaviors the student will exhibit and the reinforcers that will follow.

15. Helping students to understand and allowing them to take ownership for some classroom policies helps increase ____________

16. Furniture should be place to allow _______ or individual work

17. Cueing - discussing the problem with the student - conferring with parents or conducting an intervention are possible ________ strategies

18. Students learn to assess their own behavior in part by watching how their teacher _______ them

19. Teachers should be able to walk through the classroom to _______ behavior as well as speak with students who need individual attention.

20. Arranging classroom _________ appropriately.

21. Students should ______ why their behavior is inappropriate through knowledge of the consequences of their actions

22. Teacher ______ can provide students with their present level of competence and guidance on how to attain the desired level of competence.

23. Consequences for noncompliance to the rules should move from...

24. It is especially important to set at the ________ beginning of the year for younger students - who may not yet be able to self - regulate.