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Students and Teacher's Rights in the Classroom (The Canter Model)

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What is your understanding of the Canter's explanation of student and teacher rights in the classroom? To what extent does their concept of classroom rights seem to you to be a valuable one for teachers?

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The expert examines student and teacher`s rights in the classroom. The Canter Model is examined.

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Teachers have certain inalienable rights according to Canter including the right to establish optimal learning environments, the right to request and expect appropriate behavior, and the right to receive help from administrators and parents when they need this assistance. Students also possess basic rights that should not be infringed upon including teachers who possess the capability to limit ...

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