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Provide examples of effective classroom-management strategies for each category.
The categories are Classroom Expectations and Procedures for Two Different Age Groups, Time-Management Strategies for Continuity and Strategies for Dealing With Disruptive and Off-Task Behaviors

Can you please help me find the info thanks? I can’t seem to find anything


can u give an example for each box. each box is Classroom Expectations and Procedures for Two Different Age Groups(1), Time-Management Strategies for Continuity(2) and Strategies for Dealing With Disruptive and Off-Task Behaviors (3)

  • aed -

    Have you studied the many links I posted for you about this subject?

    Start with your two different age groups. Then find good strategies to reinforce your classroom expectations and procedures.

    For instance, posting your expectations and procedures prominently in the classroom is effective for upper elementary and middle school students, but would not be effective for younger children who cannot read or cannot read very much.

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    With upper el and middle school, it's also effective to discuss these procedures and expectations with them to get their input. For instance, chewing gum bugs some teachers, but kids usually like to chew gum. Perhaps the teacher and class can come to a compromise that allows them to chew gum -- with their mouths closed.

  • aed -

    i am not understanding this assignment for some reason

  • aed -

    What don't you understand?

  • aed Am i right track -

    Five Top Strategies to Keep Students Learning in a Calm Classroom Environment.( Keep the lesson moving)


    would that work for Classroom Expectations and Procedures for Two Different Age Groups

  • aed -

    Yes. That's good -- and works for any age group -- from preschool through college. However, you'll probably find that some techniques are suitable for one age group but not another. See my example above.

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    Five Top Strategies to Keep Students Learning in a Calm Classroom Environment

    Strategy number 5 – Keep the lesson moving.(Classroom Expectations and Procedures for Two Different Age Groups )

    (Time-Management Strategies for Continuity) If you have a forty-five minute period, plan three different activities. Try to get them up out of their seats at least once during the class period. Those students with pent up energy will thank you for it


    does that look ok? i am still lost sorry

  • aed -

    Looks great! :-)

    Keep on plugging away at this, Scooby. You're getting it!

  • aed -

    ok i think i am getting it some what lol

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