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    2008) This metaphor applies to both the students and instructors. Instructors are not solely responsible for providing the classroom with all of the necessitates to succeed. Instructors do need to come prepared daily with a detailed plan of what they are going to teach; but, students need to come ready to participate and be open to learning as well. Both attendees of the classroom should come ready to interact with each other, providing a collaborative and stimulating learning environment. Instructors

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    mind when you hear the words “classroom management”? Many people think of a school classroom in utter chaos: students socializing during work time, projectiles flying across the room, a fight breaking out in the corner, and a helpless teacher wondering, “where did I go wrong?”. Eggen and Kauchak (2007) cite classroom management as the primary concern of preservice teachers (p. 369), and I am no exception to this citation. I am very excited to teach in a classroom someday, but confess my concern

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    observations, the third problem and another new teachers’ big challenge is classroom management. The new teachers are particularly unprepared for dealing with behavior problems in their classrooms. Per Melnick & Meister (2008, p.3), “Teachers with three years or fewer on the job are more than twice as likely as teachers with more experience (19 percent versus 7 percent) to say that student behavior is a problem in their classrooms.” According to the article, many beginning teachers responded that their

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    Concept of Flipped Classroom The flipped classroom is the educational approach in which the homework elements and the typical lecture related to a course are reversed (Kim, et al., 2014). In this process, the short video lectures are made and given to student for home before the classroom sessions. This video is regarded as the main ingredient in the flipped approach because the lectures are developed by the instructed in the form of video and are posted online on the blackboard or other respective

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    Virtual Classrooms

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    Virtual Classrooms "It's student driven. They set the pace. It's like a high school class except it's computerized . . . lecture, quizzes, mid-terms and tests are all on the computer” (Charmoli). In this quote, Lance Jewett it describing some of the benefits of a virtual classroom. He is a teacher for an alternative school of online classrooms in Manton, Michigan. Many people have differing opinions of Virtual Classrooms, but as Jewett points out, virtual classrooms are “student driven” meaning

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    Computers in the Classroom Computers are being used in classrooms all over the country. Children have access to a computer while at home or at school. However, is the technology being channeled through computers being depended upon too much? Are they going to take over the role of the teacher as an educator? Many educators are asking these questions regarding the education of their students. Computers affect the students and teachers in both positive and negative ways. In this paper I am going

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    Computers in the Classroom

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    Computers in the Classroom Computers are everywhere in the world today. Everywhere that you turn you are going to see some form of a computer. Computers are found in every work place and are used by many different people. It is very important these days that everyone learns the basics for using a computer because most jobs or professions will require some computer knowledge in order to be qualified for many positions. The profession I am looking to get into is the teaching profession. I

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    Classroom Notes

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    Reinforcement is a big part of what goes on in the classroom. Reinforcement is provided in more than one way. One type of reinforcement is through direct praise for student work. Mrs. Williams mainly uses verbal reinforcement for correct student responses to questions. Reinforcement is also used if the student performs well (80% or better) on computer reading and math assessments. One example of this was on September 12th, when Mrs. Williams accredited a child’s work on the board by saying “[student’s

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    Technology in the Classroom

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    Technology in the Classroom Almost every single occupation in today’s working world is impacted by technology in one form or another. As I have grown as a person and a student, I have noticed the obvious impacts and changes technology is taking on in education. These changes and impacts are both positive and negative to the children, young adults, and adults who are pursuing technological opportunities. In The Art of Fiction, John Gardner said, “The business of education is to give the student

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    Equity in the Classroom

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    Equity in the Classroom The concerns regarding equity issues in math and science may seem minimal, but in reality are very large. Usually unintentionally, teachers pay more attention, and give more positive attention to boys in their classrooms. This is especially noticed in the areas of math and science. “Girls are equal to or ahead of boys in achievement” (Sadker, 1993, p. 67) in the early stages of schooling. So why do boys seem to do so much better in math and science in the later school

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