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    • Mohammad Fauzil AdhimClassroom Management
    • Teacher or Guru Guru TeacherTransforming attitudes, Transferring knowledgebelief, motivation, good and skills.deeds and competence. A teacher is notEvery guru is a teacher always a guru.
    • Good TeacherModeling (Seen) Relating (Felt) InfluenceTeaching (Heard)
    • Setiap Anak Bisa Sukses Effects of a School vs. A Teacher on Student Entering at 50th Percentile After 2 years: Average School (AS)/Average Teacher (AT): 50; LES/LET: 3; MES/LET: 37; MES/MET: 96; LES/MET: 63.
    • Kebutuhan Anak Capability, Connectivity, Contribution  Sense of Belonging. Ron Clark Makes A Difference, read The Essential 55: An Award Winning Educator’s Rules for Discovering the Successful Student In Every Child.
    • Five Factors: Rules & Procedures Disciplinary Interventions Teacher – Student Relationships Mental Set The Student’s Responsibility for Management
    • Rules & Procedures General Classroom Behavior Beginning & Ending the Class Day or Period Transitions & Interruptions Group Work Seatwork & Teacher-Led Activity
    • Disciplinary InterventionsDisciplinary Techniques Punishment and Reinforcement (Not Reward) Reinforcement Punishment No Immediate Consequence
    • Disciplinary InterventionsType of Disciplinary Intervention: Teacher Reaction Tangible Recognition Direct Cost Group Contingency Home Contingency
    • Teacher – Student Relationships High Dominance – High Cooperation High Dominance – High Opposition High Submission – High Cooperation High Submission – High Opposition Be Kind & Friendly, but remember you are not a pal.
    • High Dominance – High Cooperation Exhibiting Assertive Behavior Establishing Clear Learning Goals Taking A Personal Interest in Students Using Equitable and Positive Classroom Behaviors
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