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Thursday, January 28

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    Professor: Sherah B. Carr, Ph.D.
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Thursday, January 14

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    Resources for EMAT621 Curriculum & Instruction Course
    Professor: Sherah B. Carr, Ph.D.
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    in my Curriculum & Instruction course during
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    their topic. Now they just share information via the wiki. Since so
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    store and share information.access information they found useful. They were
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    Professor: Sherah B. Carr, Ph.D.
    Mercer University - TIft College of Education
    Fall 2009 Focus Group Topics -Tuesday Class
    Fall 2009 Focus Group Topics -Wednesday Class
    Welcome to the wiki created by the students in my course during the semester of Fall 2009. Each group compiled resources on the selected topics that are listed on the menu to the left. These pages were a supplement to their group's presentation on these topics. The wiki was a huge success...plus it saved a lot of paper. In the past students would give each student a copy of resources for their topic. Since so many of their resources were Internet based the wiki was a perfect place for them to store and share information. They were also able to work in a collaborative manner in this online format.
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Wednesday, November 11

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    Create a culture that the students who are caught being good get to distribute the materials. The most effective behavior management technique is the easiest to implement..."catching 'em being good". Research shows us that the quickest and most effective way to promote the display of appropriate behaviors is to reward them (e.g., touch, a smile, a "thank you", praise, points, food,...whatever would be reinforcing to those youngsters). We all like to have our efforts acknowledged, and will show more of that behavior if it brings us rewards.
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    Outline Your Classroom Floorplan
    http://classroom.4teachers.org/
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