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Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
Understanding Classroom Problems
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Understanding Classroom Problems

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  • 1. There’s Something Wrong With My Class
  • 2. Three Steps to Self-Diagnosis & Treatment
  • 3. 1. Identify the Problem 3. Explore Strategies 2. Identify Possible Reasons
  • 4. Problem Arenas
  • 5. Cognitive-Intellectual Social-Emotional Physical-Environmental
  • 6. Cognitive-Intellectual
  • 7. Cognitive-Intellectual Problem: No discussion participation
  • 8. Cognitive-Intellectual Possible reasons Lacking critical background knowledge Not keeping up with the readings Didn’t focus on relevant aspects of readings
  • 9. Cognitive-Intellectual Sample Strategies “ Scaffold” reading assignments Hold them immediately responsible for readings Provide strategies for reading
  • 10. Social-Emotional Physical-Environmental Cognitive-Intellectual
  • 11. Social-Emotional Problem: No discussion participation
  • 12. Social-Emotional Possible reasons Cultures’ values may inhibit participation No experience in discussions
  • 13. Social-Emotional Sample Strategies Define expectations Outline your goals Allow students time to think
  • 14. Social-Emotional Physical-Environmental Cognitive-Intellectual
  • 15. Physical-Environmental Problem: No discussion participation
  • 16. Physical-Environmental Possible reasons Intellectual environment not conducive Physical environment not conducive
  • 17. Physical-Environmental Sample Strategies Affirm meaningful contributions Invite contradictory views Try different seating arrangement
  • 18. Cognitive-Intellectual Social-Emotional Physical-Environmental
  • 19. 1. Identify the Problem 3. Explore Strategies 2. Identify Possible Reasons
  • 20. My students’ brains
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  • 25. Resources <ul><li>DiPietro, Michele, et al. (2009). Defeating the </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Developer’s Dilemma: An Online Tool for </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Individual Consultations. To Improve the Academy, 27, 183-198. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Carnegie Mellon University’s Enhancing Education </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Web page ( www.cmu.edu/teaching ) </li></ul></ul>
  • 26. Entelechy Productions (2009)

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