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32 Cards in this Set

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alternative education program
placement program for extremely disruptive students. alternative education
basic needs (Glasser's)
survival, love, power, fun, freedom
behavior contract
set of behaviors mutually agreed upon
conditions of learning (Cambourne's)
immersion, demonstration, expectations, responsibility, employement, approximation, and engagement.
code of ethics
the required standards for the ethical conduct of teachers
compensory education programs
programs to meet the needs of at-risk students
results of breaking the rules
system of rules and consequences for misbehavior
flexible groups
grouping students for short periods of time to work on particular skill or activity
when students know how to follow routines or procedures automatically.
independent learners
students who can work by themselves or initiatie their own study or projects.
Individual Education Plan (IEP)
statement of educational needs for a special needs student
invisible child
not acknowledging a misbehavior; not rewarding child with more attention
judicious discipline
consequences relating to misbehaviors
logical consequences
punishment for misbehaving in line with the offense
management plan
well-planned rules, routines, schedules etc. that help support learning and good behavior
mild desist
letting a child know that you are aware the he/she is misbehaving (i.e., calling their name)
constantly watching to catch negative behavior and to see how class is progressing.
nurturing environment
a classroom where students needs are met emotionally, socially, etc.
assistants who preform tasks asked by teacher or admin (i.e., student aide)
Placement-Review Committee
a committee required to review a student's placement in a regular classroom
a behavior correction techique where a teacher moves closer to a student to discourage misbehaving
ripple effect
when a classroom get out of control because of a lack of discipline or behavior correction
room arrangement
the way a room is arrange for student visiblity and movement without being disruptive
daily activities that occur the same way each time (i.e., lining up to exit class)
guidelines for behavior
guiding correct behavior through use of opositive rewards over time
sponge activity
an individual activity for student to focus until actual lesson begins
student code of conduct
expectations and consequences concerning behavior
tactile/kinesthetic learners
learn best by moving or touching; hands-on learners
time on task
time students are actually engaged in learning
moving from one activity, lesson or content to another