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A recipe for chaos and lost instructional time. I had put out all of the tools that my students would be using over the next school year, but I had not demonstrated their use and the need to put them back when they were finished so they would be available for another student to use. As a result, I had hole punchers left all over the room, the pencil sharpener jammed with an eraser and a multicolor array of paper strewn from one side of the room to the other. So I learned a very important lesson.
Plus, a couple of my teachers keep adding new things and forgetting about the old ones. So, bottom line, I really like Mr. Matthews because he takes the time to remind us and 36 Managing Instruction show us, really really show us, what we need to do. So what I’m saying is, he helps me learn because he shows me how to. , student Benefits: Teaching and demonstrating ways to follow classroom rules periodically · gives students clear reminders and examples of expectations for behavior and procedures; · provides greater opportunities for students to succeed in front of their peers; and · reduces occurrences of inappropriate behavior and disruptions to teaching and student learning.
She just comes by my desk and says “good work” or “you’re doing fine” or something like that. , student Benefits: When students know the consequences of their behavior, they · monitor their own behavior more closely; · assume greater personal responsibility for their actions; and · engage in fewer inappropriate behaviors. Literature: Kohn, A. (1996). Beyond discipline. Education Week, 16. htm Pa rt I I Managing Instruction E ffective teachers manage their instruction by preparing classrooms and learning materials to maximize the success of their students, by using instructional time productively, and by making classrooms positive learning environments.