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Classroom Management by Jonathan Solity, Phillip Feldman, Shirley Bull

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3

A Framework for Teaching

INTRODUCTION

The behavioural model offers teachers a conceptual framework which goes well beyond providing a practical approach to the management of children’s behaviour. Its concern with observable events and its particular view of learning and teaching have clear implications for the teaching role. In this final chapter of Part One we consider five aspects of the teaching role from a behavioural view point: deciding what to teach, classroom organisation, working with the children, evaluating progress and communicating information.

The teacher acts as an agent of change. She takes decisions on what to teach and how to teach it. She arranges the classroom environment in ways which enable children to learn more quickly ...

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