Which of the following is the most effective way to address a student about their misbehavior?
The one who is ______ is the one who is learning (the most).
True/False: If your classroom is out of control, it is probably because the kids are terrible, the parents aren't supportive, or the administration isn't backing you up.
True/False: It is wise to limit homework to what is truly valuable and necessary.
True/False: It's normally not a problem to turn your back on the class as long as you don't do it too often.
When students backtalk you, you should.....
It's important to start the school year off with structure.
True/False: You should spend the first day of school going over all your rules and procedures in detail.
True/False: When you need to deal with a student who is being intentionally disruptive or who is being a class clown, you should deal with them privately to avoid drawing any extra attention to them.
When you talk to parents, the conversation should focus on _____.
Parents who seem unwilling to help their students may actually just need you to......
True/False: It's okay to let the small things go at the start of the school year.
True/False: Your classroom management must be about what is best for the students not about your looking good as a teacher.
You should view yourself as your students' ________.
True/False: You should spend lots of time listening and responding to student excuses.
Have you watched all the videos in the course?
Which of the following should definitely be part of your start-of-class procedure?
The 4 steps to teaching procedures are:
1. Explain the procedure with clear, specific directions
2. Have the students practice the procedure.
3. Kindly correct whatever portions are done incorrectly.
True/False: It's okay to give a student grace so that you can avoid dealing with a challenging student or parent.
True/False: You should avoid giving your students any warnings.
Which of the following should NOT be part of helping students navigate drama?