Chelsea L's Field Experience

Behavior management

Behavior management

This week, I have taken on the role of the teacher from the beginning to end of class, and have been focusing on gaining authority in the classroom. My CT has given a sheet of “helpful hints” with certain sayings that really work for her and ways to change behavior problems by moving on to positive progress. It’s been challenging trying to gain behavioral control while also managing all of the other tasks such as collecting homework, giving tests, lecturing, and using interactive activities. I feel that I am receiving a lot of helpful advice and look forward to trying new strategies and building my professionalism with students.

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