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ESE502 : The Class : Structure : Readings


Chapter One: Pages 22-25
Chapter Two: Pages 28-35
Chapter Ten: Pages 307-337

Structure is critical to successful classroom management. The more solid and firm the foundation, the better the resilience of the learning community and the easier it is to "nip" small concerns before they become a CRISIS. Click on each subject to see how it adds strength to good classroom management.

Self Control Rules
Emotion management Procedures
Balance of PowerRewards and Privileges
Level of TrustIncentives
Management PlansConsequences

If you find the idea intriguing that a student can take responsibility for learning, click here: Building Self-responsibility

Go to the Virtual Conference Center and begin to compile building blocks, or key concepts in the structure conference as you do the readings. Some students will already have an ongoing list from other readings. Remember to keep track of the number of key ideas you identify, since each is worth 10 points. These key points will also contribute to the richness in your teaching and add depth to your final project, writing out a detailed description of your own discipline theories and plan.

When readings are completed in this module, send a one minute essay highlighting the most helpful section, and then suggesting an additional idea that you developed while teaching.

Once you have completed this assignment, you should:

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