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negative classroom conditions and/or disruptive behaviors

Consider your personal experiences and/or those of your friends or teachers. Identify 10 negative classroom conditions and/or disruptive behaviors that influence the teaching environment.

Speculate briefly on how each of these might be changed through the application of different strategies and how this informs your personal classroom management system.

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As you identify 10 negative classroom conditions and/or disruptive behaviors that influence the teaching environment and then speculate on how each of these might be changed through the application of different strategies and how this informs your personal classroom management system, I see unmotivated or apathetic students' attitudes as quite problematic for number 1-2. If students demonstrate poor, detached attitudes toward classroom content, my inherent cooperative learning and peer support approach with my student teams and stations likely dissipates because kids see others engaged and positive, so it encourages that group conformity and "we are a family" mentality where kids help each other in the learning process.

A third negative behavior is lack of homework turned in or completed by kids. Many kids often ...

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Negative classroom conditions and/or disruptive behaviors that influence the teaching environment are briefly mentioned as examples. These instances come from personal experiences from the OTA's classroom.

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