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EDUC 1301 Chapters 9-12

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4.model emphasizes the importance of a structured lesson in which presentation of new information is followed by student practice and teacher feedback (2 Words)
6.Compilations of work (such as papers, projects, videotapes) assembled to demonstrate growth, creativity, and competence. Often advocated as a more comprehensive assessment than test scores.
8.An instructional model in which students work on activities in small groups and receive rewards based on the overall group performance. (2 Words)
12.Rigorous rules that offer schools little or no flexibility in responding to student infractions related to alcohol, drugs, tobacco, violence, and weapons. (2 Words)
14.have high expectations, motivation, provide examples, clarification, scaffoling, and more... (2 Words)
15.A national organization of teachers that is primarily concerned with improving educational conditions and protecting teachers' rights.
16.The amount of time a teacher waits for a student's response after a question is asked and the amount of time following a student's response before the teacher reacts. (2 Words)
17.A certificate of debt issued by a government guaranteeing payment of the original investment plus interest by a specified future date.
20.a bumpy transition that breaks directions into several choopy steps
24.Local real estate taxes (also cars and personal property) historically used to fund local schools. (2 Words)
25.Physical, sexual, or emotional violation of a child's health and well-being. (2 Words)
26.Questions that require the retrieval of memorized information and do not require more complex intellectual processes. (2 Words)
27.a system that bases a teacher's pay on how well he or she teaches (2 Words)
1.National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
2....is created by beginning your lesson by telling a joke, an anecdote, or a challenging riddle
3.include the stages of survival, consolidation, renewal, and maturity (2 Words)
5.a technique that keeps the reading group involved by asking the question first and then calling a student to answer. (2 Words)
7.A legal approach that ensures educational opportunities for poorer students based on state constitution guarantees for an efficient, thorough, or uniform education. (2 Words)
9.The largest organization of educators. The NEA is concerned with the overall improvement of education and of the conditions of educators. It is organized at the national, state, and local levels.
10.the teacher attends to interruptions or behavior problems while continuing the lesson.
11.include remediation, praise, criticism, and acceptance (2 Words)
13.use of the simplest intervention that will work with misbehavior in the classroom (2 Words)
18.A system designed to create different status levels for teachers by developing steps one can climb to receive increased pay through increased responsibility or experience. (2 Words)
19.A classification system in which each lower level is subsumed in the next higher level.
21.The part of time that a teacher schedules for a subject in which the students are actively involved with academic subject matter. (2 Words)
22.The practice of having colleagues observe and assess teaching, as opposed to administrators. (2 Words)
23.teachers are aware of student behavior in all parts of the room at all times

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