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Classroom Climate
atmosphere or feeling from interacations within the classroom
classroom management
how a teacher sets up and runs a suppportive classroom free from distractions and inappropriate behavior
discipline
a system of positive guidance and redirection encouraging students to regulate their own behavior
ethnic group
a social group defined on the basis of its religious, national, or cultural characteristics
field-dependent
student who perceives as a whole and prefers to learn with others
melting pot theory
the theory that cultures should blend into the main culture, losing unique characteristics
field independent
studnet who perceives in parts and prefers to learn alone
self-concept
one's perception of self (neither good nor bad)
salad bowl theory
the theory that cultures mix but retain uniqueness
self-efficacy
self-confidence that one can succeed ff/cc/ee
self-esteem
feelings about oneself (can be good or bad)
cultural pluralism
a system in which many different cultural groups are valued and share power
acculturation
blending a native culture with a new culture, keeping elements of both
constructivism
learner-centered approach to teaching; students construct knowledge for themselves
precocious
developed ahead of time
heterogeneous
grouping students with unlike characteristics or abilities
paradigm
an example
homogeneous
grouping students with like characteristics or abilities
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