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Question 13 pts An educator’s decision about classroom management should be based on an “expert’s” opinion of what works as effective classroom management practices for elementary and secondary schools. common sense practices of what works and does not work. practices he or she perceived as effective when in school. What worked in the past will work in contemporary schools. her or his philosophical beliefs about classroom management. Flag this Question Question 23 pts Classroom management and instruction are different and distinct, with their own philosophical tenets and philosophical beliefs. are not separate entities. They must go hand-in-hand to provide the setting and support in which good instruction exists. should not be considered as equal in importance because instructional practices result in good management practices. can usually be separated, since some teachers are good managers and not good instructors and vice-versa. Flag this Question Question 33 pts Which of the following statements best summarizes classroom management challenges today? Research suggests that some teachers do not have classroom management problems. Students are on-task and obedient. Behavior problems are over-exaggerated, especially in higher-socioeconomic schools. Behavior problems challenge all teachers regardless of the school, grade level, or geographic location. Students in rural schools usually demonstrate better behavior than those in urban and suburban schools. Flag this Question Question 43 pts The disciplinary provisions of The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) place emphasis on specifying when corporal punishment can be used, how often, and to what extent. understanding why the student with disabilities misbehaves. researching, planning, and designing classroom management practices that work for all students. implementing research-based classroom management practices that are designed to improve behavior in inclusive classrooms. Flag this Question Question 53 pts Understanding classroom management challenges is a worthwhile beginning, but the ultimate goal must be to improve student behaviors. One way to attain this goal is for teachers to understand the classroom management theories and models, and select the ideas that work for them. rely on the principal’s assistance and expertise on classroom management research and practice. demand strict obedience and impose zero tolerance policies. post a list of all rules (maybe 15-20) that the teacher wants obeyed. Specific consequences should be listed beside each rule. Flag this Question Question 63 pts Supported by individuals, professional associations, and governmental agencies, the Safe Schools Movement places a priority on making schools safe for students and educators by focusing on the problem of violence and proposing possible remedies. research that focuses on characteristics of safe schools. raising instructional effectiveness and academic achievement by prescribing school-wide classroom management models. preventing bullying. Flag this Question Question 73 pts Although Skinner did not teach, one can safely assume that he would have believed the goal is to provide an environment in which the students know what is expected and feel physically and psychologically safe. the teacher can be successful if he or she has strict rules and consequences. Rules should be posted in the classroom, with accompanying consequences. the classroom should be a “controlled” environment where students know the rules and are controlled by an autocratic teacher. the goals of the Safe School Movement are wrong and misguided. Flag this Question Question 83 pts One management technique advocated by Redl and Wattenberg is the teaching of self-control strategies, which is based on the belief that individuals control their own behavior. a discipline hierarchy, which provides increasingly severe punishments for misbehaviors. supporting the development of a school-wide classroom management plan. physical proximity, which is when educators stand close to misbehaving students as an effort to control behavior. Flag this Question Question 93 pts William Glasser’s Choice Theory is based upon the belief that situational assistance does not always work; therefore, more serious consequences are warranted. the only person whose behavior we can control is our own. most students do not have the maturity to behave appropriately. students have a choice; if they misbehave, they must face the consequences of punishment. Flag this Question Question 103 pts Glasser’s quality school is one that provides smaller schools, called “learning communities,” in which students are expected to control other students’ behavior. helps students satisfy one or more psychological needs and adds worth to students’ lives. provides educators with excellent work environments, with the idea that instructional efforts will increased, thus raising students’ academic achievement. provides educational experiences primarily in the cognitive domain and fewer experiences in the affective domain. Flag this Question Question 113 pts Rather than focusing on rewards and punishments, Gordon believes teachers must insist upon students engaging in situational assistance. active listening. self-discipline. learning inventories. Flag this Question Question 123 pts What does Gordon mean by “I-messages”? “I” am (the teacher) the most important person in the classroom because I have to make critical decisions. Gordon did not deal with “I-messages” because he did not perceive this as an effective strategy. The teacher should focus on his or her feelings about the situation and not on the student. “I” messages are actually nonverbal messages, e.g., when the teacher gives a misbehaving student “the look.” Flag this Question Question 133 pts If a student has lost his or her self-control, which strategy would Redl and Wattenberg recommend to help the student regain control? Pleasure-pain principles Situational assistance Operant conditioning Group dynamics Flag this Question Question 143 pts The Canters ask teachers to use assertive statements such as “Do that again, Nelson, and see what happens.” give up some of their rights to contribute to better student behavior. have clear-cut rewards, but avoid punishment or negative consequences. help students take charge of their own behavior in a firm, positive manner. Flag this Question Question 153 pts According to the Assertive Discipline model, “Please try” suggests which response style? Assertive Nonassertive Benign Hostile Flag this Question Question 163 pts “We do not ask questions without permission. You must raise your hand.” According to the Assertive Discipline model, this statement is an example of a teacher who does not want to be questioned. an assertive statement. a hostile statement. a nonassertive statement. Flag this Question Question 173 pts Which of the following is a disadvantage of the Canters’ Assertive Discipline model? The model fails to provide sufficient flexibility to address the needs of all three school levels: elementary, middle, and secondary. All teachers in a school insist upon consistency and clear limits, with similar classroom rules and discipline hierarchies. Some believe that assertive teachers might damage students’ self-esteem. The model has limited usefulness when dealing with major disciplinary offenses. Flag this Question Question 183 pts A teacher focuses on encouraging students to work as teams and trust each other, establishing common learning and behavior goals, and providing curricular content based on the students’ cognitive ability and their developmental levels. According to the Assertive Discipline model, he or she is creating rules and consequences. discipline hierarchies. self-contained classrooms. optimal learning environments. Flag this Question Question 193 pts According to the Canters, when teachers give students clear expectations and consistent follow-through, most students choose appropriate behavior. most students feel resentful and ultimately seek revenge. some students continue to be confused about academic and behavioral expectations. parents sometimes think the teacher is over-bearing. Flag this Question Question 203 pts According to the Canters, Assertive Discipline requires teachers to use body language to show students anger at their behaviors. participate in the Safe Schools Movement by being active in community and school organizations. be fair and consistent in their actions. place misbehaving students’ names on the chalkboard to serve as a model for others. Flag this Question Question 213 pts After Mrs. Jones reprimands Johnny for cheating on a test, he begins spreading rumors about her. According to Dreiker’s Democratic Teaching model, Johnny is showing which mistaken goal? Feelings of inadequacy Power seeking Revenge Attention getting Flag this Question Question 223 pts Teachers adopting Democratic Teaching must commit to several beliefs. One of these beliefs is the belief that causes of misbehavior are complex and cannot be determined by teachers. the belief in the worth and dignity of all people. the belief that praise is more influential than encouragement. the belief that autocratic teachers have better behaved students than permissive teachers. Flag this Question Question 233 pts One major advantage of Dreikurs’ Democratic Teaching model is teachers who are inherently autocratic will have difficulty becoming permissive. logical consequences, when used consistently, are a fair and basic element in a discipline plan. teachers who understand Dreikurs’ Democratic Teaching model can identify logical consequences for all behaviors. causes of student misbehavior are usually easy to determine because behaviors fall neatly into one or two groups. Flag this Question Question 243 pts A teacher says, “Pick up those books right now. I know you did that on purpose. Pick them up now and don’t do it again.” From the Democratic Teaching perspective, the teacher is risking an opportunity to post rules on the board. his or her professional relationship with the principal. an opportunity to become an autocratic teacher. a power struggle. Flag this Question Question 253 pts According to Dreikurs, all misbehaviors fall into at least one category of the four mistaken goals, but the challenge always will be to maintain a quiet classroom, even if it means being a permissive teacher. respond immediately with “tough” enforcement of rules and expectations. promote harmony and a peaceful relationship with the parents. determine which mistaken goal the behavior reflects and to identify the appropriate action to take. Flag this Question Question 263 pts Driekurs believed that prior to providing logical consequences, teachers must plan punishments in case logical consequences do not prove successful. realize that the concept of logical consequences was originally attributed to B.F. Skinner. establish simple, specific classroom rules. check with the principal or other administrators for approval of the logical consequences. Flag this Question Question 273 pts A practical element of Dreikurs’ ideas includes employing a discipline hierarchy so that the teacher provides fair and equitable discipline for all students. using I-messages that focus on the situation, rather than the student’s character. providing a classroom in which effective decision-making can be learned. applyingwithitness as a classroom management strategy. Flag this Question Question 283 pts According to Ginott, teachers at their best use sane messages and congruent communication, in which they provide positive reinforcement through using evaluative praise. provide slowdowns so that students can catch-up with their work. confer dignity upon students. assist students in identifying mistaken goals. Flag this Question Question 293 pts “Sane messages” address students’ qualities. appropriate instructional strategies that minimize misbehavior. rewards linked to appropriate behavior. classroom situations. Flag this Question Question 303 pts Although Ginott did not develop an organized model of classroom management, he had strong ideas about self-discipline, appropriate use of praise, and communication. discipline hierarchies. behavioral goals. misbehaviors. Flag this Question Question 313 pts According to Ginott, teachers should refrain from using which of the following to handle discipline problems punishment. appreciative praise. preferred activity time. rewards. Flag this Question Question 323 pts When disciplining students, teachers who espouse the principles of Congruent Communication should strive for brevity. communication. congruency. descriptive details. Flag this Question Question 333 pts Ginott believes that complex classroom conditions sometimes compromised the communicating of proximity. acceptance. professionalism . strictness. Flag this Question Question 343 pts What term does Kounin use to refer to students getting their fill of a topic? It is brought on by boredom, frustration, and/or repetition. Overdwelling Ripple effect Desisting Satiation Flag this Question Question 353 pts Kounin believes that instead of looking for psychological goals of student misbehavior or developing reward systems, teachers must look at methods of behavior management used by parents because parents and families spend the most time with children and adolescents. what teachers do and how those instructional actions and behaviors affect student behavior. principles from the Safe Schools Movement that contribute to positive behaviors and academic achievement. punishments that shape students’ behavior into what the teacher thinks contributes to academic achievement. Flag this Question Question 363 pts Ms. Overton noticed that a student was standing at the classroom aquarium, rather than working with his cooperative learning group. She “caught his eye” and motioned for him to return to his seat. This is an example of which of Kounin’s strategies: Withitness Desists Attention getting I-messages Flag this Question Question 373 pts Kounin defines which of the following as an effort to stop a misbehavior, such as when a third-grader teacher says, “Gene, put the game away and join group.” Overlaps Satiation Desists Evaluation Flag this Question Question 383 pts Whom does Kounin identify as primarily responsible for student behavior? Parents Societal norms Students Teachers Flag this Question Question 393 pts In Kounin’s theory, teacher behaviors, such as displaying awareness of student misbehaviors and providing clear statements that stop misbehavior, have the possibility of encouraging appropriate behavior in all students through initiating a ripple effect. encouraging students to own the problem. applying the pleasure-pain principle. providing negative reinforcement. Flag this Question Question 403 pts Kounin’s discipline model has several disadvantages.One is effective instructional behaviors are too difficult for most teachers learn, especially considering what all they have to do. students do not necessarily take personal responsibility for their behaviors. students must face nearly all the responsibility for their behavior and teachers get a “free-ride.” it is such a well-defined model that students’ freedom and creativity are not respected.

Question 13 pts

An educator’s decision about classroom management should be based on

an “expert’s” opinion of what works as effective classroom management practices for elementary and secondary schools.
common sense practices of what works and does not work.

 

practices he or she perceived as effective when in school. What worked in the past will work in contemporary schools.
her or his philosophical beliefs about classroom management.

 

Flag this Question

Question 23 pts

Classroom management and instruction

are different and distinct, with their own philosophical tenets and philosophical beliefs.
are not separate entities. They must go hand-in-hand to provide the setting and support in which good instruction exists.

 

should not be considered as equal in importance because instructional practices result in good management practices.
can usually be separated, since some teachers are good managers and not good instructors and vice-versa.

 

Flag this Question

Question 33 pts

Which of the following statements best summarizes classroom management challenges today?

Research suggests that some teachers do not have classroom management problems. Students are on-task and obedient.
Behavior problems are over-exaggerated, especially in higher-socioeconomic schools.

 

Behavior problems challenge all teachers regardless of the school, grade level, or geographic location.
Students in rural schools usually demonstrate better behavior than those in urban and suburban schools.

 

Flag this Question

Question 43 pts

The disciplinary provisions of The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) place emphasis on

specifying when corporal punishment can be used, how often, and to what extent.
understanding why the student with disabilities misbehaves.

 

researching, planning, and designing classroom management practices that work for all students.
implementing research-based classroom management practices that are designed to improve behavior in inclusive classrooms.

 

Flag this Question

Question 53 pts

Understanding classroom management challenges is a worthwhile beginning, but the ultimate goal must be to improve student behaviors. One way to attain this goal is

for teachers to understand the classroom management theories and models, and select the ideas that work for them.
rely on the principal’s assistance and expertise on classroom management research and practice.

 

demand strict obedience and impose zero tolerance policies.
post a list of all rules (maybe 15-20) that the teacher wants obeyed. Specific consequences should be listed beside each rule.

 

Flag this Question

Question 63 pts

Supported by individuals, professional associations, and governmental agencies, the Safe Schools Movement places a priority on

making schools safe for students and educators by focusing on the problem of violence and proposing possible remedies.
research that focuses on characteristics of safe schools.

 

raising instructional effectiveness and academic achievement by prescribing school-wide classroom management models.
preventing bullying.

 

Flag this Question

Question 73 pts

Although Skinner did not teach, one can safely assume that he would have believed

the goal is to provide an environment in which the students know what is expected and feel physically and psychologically safe.
the teacher can be successful if he or she has strict rules and consequences. Rules should be posted in the classroom, with accompanying consequences.

 

the classroom should be a “controlled” environment where students know the rules and are controlled by an autocratic teacher.
the goals of the Safe School Movement are wrong and misguided.

 

Flag this Question

Question 83 pts

One management technique advocated by Redl and Wattenberg is

the teaching of self-control strategies, which is based on the belief that individuals control their own behavior.
a discipline hierarchy, which provides increasingly severe punishments for misbehaviors.

 

supporting the development of a school-wide classroom management plan.
physical proximity, which is when educators stand close to misbehaving students as an effort to control behavior.

 

Flag this Question

Question 93 pts

William Glasser’s Choice Theory is based upon the belief that

situational assistance does not always work; therefore, more serious consequences are warranted.
the only person whose behavior we can control is our own.

 

most students do not have the maturity to behave appropriately.
students have a choice; if they misbehave, they must face the consequences of punishment.

 

Flag this Question

Question 103 pts

Glasser’s quality school is one that

provides smaller schools, called “learning communities,” in which students are expected to control other students’ behavior.
helps students satisfy one or more psychological needs and adds worth to students’ lives.

 

provides educators with excellent work environments, with the idea that instructional efforts will increased, thus raising students’ academic achievement.
provides educational experiences primarily in the cognitive domain and fewer experiences in the affective domain.

 

Flag this Question

Question 113 pts

Rather than focusing on rewards and punishments, Gordon believes teachers must insist upon students engaging in

situational assistance.
active listening.

 

self-discipline.
learning inventories.

 

Flag this Question

Question 123 pts

What does Gordon mean by “I-messages”?

“I” am (the teacher) the most important person in the classroom because I have to make critical decisions.
Gordon did not deal with “I-messages” because he did not perceive this as an effective strategy.

 

The teacher should focus on his or her feelings about the situation and not on the student.
“I” messages are actually nonverbal messages, e.g., when the teacher gives a misbehaving student “the look.”

 

Flag this Question

Question 133 pts

If a student has lost his or her self-control, which strategy would Redl and Wattenberg recommend to help the student regain control?

Pleasure-pain principles
Situational assistance

 

Operant conditioning
Group dynamics

 

Flag this Question

Question 143 pts

The Canters ask teachers to

use assertive statements such as “Do that again, Nelson, and see what happens.”
give up some of their rights to contribute to better student behavior.

 

have clear-cut rewards, but avoid punishment or negative consequences.
help students take charge of their own behavior in a firm, positive manner.

 

Flag this Question

Question 153 pts

According to the Assertive Discipline model, “Please try” suggests which response style?

Assertive
Nonassertive

 

Benign
Hostile

 

Flag this Question

Question 163 pts

“We do not ask questions without permission. You must raise your hand.” According to the Assertive Discipline model, this statement is an example of

a teacher who does not want to be questioned.
an assertive statement.

 

a hostile statement.
a nonassertive statement.

 

Flag this Question

Question 173 pts

Which of the following is a disadvantage of the Canters’ Assertive Discipline model?

The model fails to provide sufficient flexibility to address the needs of all three school levels: elementary, middle, and secondary.
All teachers in a school insist upon consistency and clear limits, with similar classroom rules and discipline hierarchies.

 

Some believe that assertive teachers might damage students’ self-esteem.
The model has limited usefulness when dealing with major disciplinary offenses.

 

Flag this Question

Question 183 pts

A teacher focuses on encouraging students to work as teams and trust each other, establishing common learning and behavior goals, and providing curricular content based on the students’ cognitive ability and their developmental levels. According to the Assertive Discipline model, he or she is creating

rules and consequences.
discipline hierarchies.

 

self-contained classrooms.
optimal learning environments.

 

Flag this Question

Question 193 pts

According to the Canters, when teachers give students clear expectations and consistent follow-through,

most students choose appropriate behavior.
most students feel resentful and ultimately seek revenge.

 

some students continue to be confused about academic and behavioral expectations.
parents sometimes think the teacher is over-bearing.

 

Flag this Question

Question 203 pts

According to the Canters, Assertive Discipline requires teachers to

use body language to show students anger at their behaviors.
participate in the Safe Schools Movement by being active in community and school organizations.

 

be fair and consistent in their actions.
place misbehaving students’ names on the chalkboard to serve as a model for others.

 

Flag this Question

Question 213 pts

After Mrs. Jones reprimands Johnny for cheating on a test, he begins spreading rumors about her. According to Dreiker’s Democratic Teaching model, Johnny is showing which mistaken goal?

Feelings of inadequacy
Power seeking

 

Revenge
Attention getting

 

Flag this Question

Question 223 pts

Teachers adopting Democratic Teaching must commit to several beliefs. One of these beliefs is

the belief that causes of misbehavior are complex and cannot be determined by teachers.
the belief in the worth and dignity of all people.

 

the belief that praise is more influential than encouragement.
the belief that autocratic teachers have better behaved students than permissive teachers.

 

Flag this Question

Question 233 pts

One major advantage of Dreikurs’ Democratic Teaching model is

teachers who are inherently autocratic will have difficulty becoming permissive.
logical consequences, when used consistently, are a fair and basic element in a discipline plan.

 

teachers who understand Dreikurs’ Democratic Teaching model can identify logical consequences for all behaviors.
causes of student misbehavior are usually easy to determine because behaviors fall neatly into one or two groups.

 

Flag this Question

Question 243 pts

A teacher says, “Pick up those books right now. I know you did that on purpose. Pick them up now and don’t do it again.” From the Democratic Teaching perspective, the teacher is risking

an opportunity to post rules on the board.
his or her professional relationship with the principal.

 

an opportunity to become an autocratic teacher.
a power struggle.

 

Flag this Question

Question 253 pts

According to Dreikurs, all misbehaviors fall into at least one category of the four mistaken goals, but the challenge always will be to

maintain a quiet classroom, even if it means being a permissive teacher.
respond immediately with “tough” enforcement of rules and expectations.

 

promote harmony and a peaceful relationship with the parents.
determine which mistaken goal the behavior reflects and to identify the appropriate action to take.

 

Flag this Question

Question 263 pts

Driekurs believed that prior to providing logical consequences, teachers must

plan punishments in case logical consequences do not prove successful.
realize that the concept of logical consequences was originally attributed to B.F. Skinner.

 

establish simple, specific classroom rules.
check with the principal or other administrators for approval of the logical consequences.

 

Flag this Question

Question 273 pts

A practical element of Dreikurs’ ideas includes

employing a discipline hierarchy so that the teacher provides fair and equitable discipline for all students.
using I-messages that focus on the situation, rather than the student’s character.

 

providing a classroom in which effective decision-making can be learned.
applyingwithitness as a classroom management strategy.

 

Flag this Question

Question 283 pts

According to Ginott, teachers at their best use sane messages and congruent communication, in which they

provide positive reinforcement through using evaluative praise.
provide slowdowns so that students can catch-up with their work.

 

confer dignity upon students.
assist students in identifying mistaken goals.

 

Flag this Question

Question 293 pts

“Sane messages” address

students’ qualities.
appropriate instructional strategies that minimize misbehavior.

 

rewards linked to appropriate behavior.
classroom situations.

 

Flag this Question

Question 303 pts

Although Ginott did not develop an organized model of classroom management, he had strong ideas about self-discipline, appropriate use of praise, and

communication.
discipline hierarchies.

 

behavioral goals.
misbehaviors.

 

Flag this Question

Question 313 pts

According to Ginott, teachers should refrain from using which of the following to handle discipline problems

punishment.
appreciative praise.

 

preferred activity time.
rewards.

 

Flag this Question

Question 323 pts

When disciplining students, teachers who espouse the principles of Congruent Communication should strive for

brevity.
communication.

 

congruency.
descriptive details.

 

Flag this Question

Question 333 pts

Ginott believes that complex classroom conditions sometimes compromised the communicating of

proximity.
acceptance.

 

professionalism .
strictness.

 

Flag this Question

Question 343 pts

What term does Kounin use to refer to students getting their fill of a topic? It is brought on by boredom, frustration, and/or repetition.

Overdwelling
Ripple effect

 

Desisting
Satiation

 

Flag this Question

Question 353 pts

Kounin believes that instead of looking for psychological goals of student misbehavior or developing reward systems, teachers must look at

methods of behavior management used by parents because parents and families spend the most time with children and adolescents.
what teachers do and how those instructional actions and behaviors affect student behavior.

 

principles from the Safe Schools Movement that contribute to positive behaviors and academic achievement.
punishments that shape students’ behavior into what the teacher thinks contributes to academic achievement.

 

Flag this Question

Question 363 pts

Ms. Overton noticed that a student was standing at the classroom aquarium, rather than working with his cooperative learning group. She “caught his eye” and motioned for him to return to his seat. This is an example of which of Kounin’s strategies:

Withitness
Desists

 

Attention getting
I-messages

 

Flag this Question

Question 373 pts

Kounin defines which of the following as an effort to stop a misbehavior, such as when a third-grader teacher says, “Gene, put the game away and join group.”

Overlaps
Satiation

 

Desists
Evaluation

 

Flag this Question

Question 383 pts

Whom does Kounin identify as primarily responsible for student behavior?

Parents
Societal norms

 

Students
Teachers

 

Flag this Question

Question 393 pts

In Kounin’s theory, teacher behaviors, such as displaying awareness of student misbehaviors and providing clear statements that stop misbehavior, have the possibility of encouraging appropriate behavior in all students through

initiating a ripple effect.
encouraging students to own the problem.

 

applying the pleasure-pain principle.
providing negative reinforcement.

 

Flag this Question

Question 403 pts

Kounin’s discipline model has several disadvantages.One is

effective instructional behaviors are too difficult for most teachers learn,
especially considering what all they have to do.
students do not necessarily take personal responsibility for their behaviors.

 

students must face nearly all the responsibility for their behavior and teachers get a “free-ride.”
it is such a well-defined model that students’ freedom and creativity are not respected.

 

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