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Lesson Plans


RE; classroom discipline

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Stephanie Ignazio (smi)
Thu, 18 Feb 1999 12:31:03 -0500


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My suggestion was that the teacher having the problem limit the =
materials they can use for a few lessons and let them earn the right to =
experiment with different media as their behavior improves. In my =
situation the classroom teacher wanted to cancel art indefinately until =
their behavior improved..I didn't think that was a solution at all. Some =
classroom teachers have a attitude "all or nothing". This seemed to work =
with the class that I had. It was only a suggestion.

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My suggestion was that the teacher = having the=20 problem limit the materials they can use for a few lessons and let them = earn the=20 right to experiment with different media as their behavior improves. In = my=20 situation the classroom teacher wanted to cancel art indefinately until = their=20 behavior improved..I didn't think that was a solution at all. Some = classroom=20 teachers have a attitude "all or nothing". This seemed to work = with=20 the class that I had. It was only a = suggestion.
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