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Maria Stoessel-Puente



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  • 1. Classroom Management Techniques for Students Who Have with Issues with Authority Figures Maria Stoessel-Puente
  • 2. Research Question
    • Problem of this study:
    • Evaluate strategies that have been successful with this type of student.
    • Are these strategies applicable across age groups?
  • 3. Statement of Purpose
    • 1. To identify the different reasons that children act out or misbehave in the classroom.
    • 2. To identify the strengths and weaknesses of the intervention strategies for discipline and positive reinforcement.
      • … my personal reasons for doing this research
  • 4. Review of Literature
    • Focused in 3 areas:
    • Student Identity & behavior (6 Articles)
    • Self-discipline (3 articles)
    • Managing the classroom (6 articles)
  • 5.
      • (A) Student Identity & Behavior
      • Causal comparative study
      • Historical study
  • 6.
    • (B) Self-Discipline
    • Survey
    • Correlational Study
  • 7.
    • (c) Managing the Classroom
    • Correlational study
    • Ethnographic study
  • 8. Recommendations for Further Research
    • Undesired behaviors, their causes and ways of preventing them.
    • Student motivation:
    • identifying effective interventions, besides rewards and punishment that help the student build self-discipline.
    • Building social skills to reduce antisocial behavior.
    • Ways to improve classroom management that is responsive to students from different ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • 9. Implications for Classroom Instruction
    • Practice learner-centered principles
    • Open discussions with supervisors to foster help when behavior issues arise.
    • Seek teacher training to show the student empathetic and caring behaviors.
    • Have classroom standards in place to give the student an environment that is structured and predictable.
    • Advocate for professional development seminars for cooperating teachers so beginning teachers can have a more productive and less stressful start to their careers.
  • 10. Conclusions
    • Students Can Have Success in the Classroom
    • Teachers must provide proper classroom setting
    • Provide a safe environment for learning
    • Allow students a part in decision-making
    • Students must understand their behavior
    • They must stay academically engaged
    • He/she must feel successful through praise for specific behavior.
  • 11. References
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