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Student Participation and Cooperataion

VIII. Student Participation and Contribution

According to classroom tradition, students were to be seen but not heard, as they were expected to be submissive and cooperative by taking instruction and by accepting what was said or was asked of them. Modern education, beginning in the in twentieth century, changed this tradition by calling for  Read More 
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IX. Teacher Affect

Teacher Affect can be described as a measure of the teacher’s enthusiasm for the content of learning as a source of student motivation. It includes maintaining a positive attitude in the classroom and in teacher/student relationships. More important still, it is the extent to which the teacher is committed to teaching subject  Read More 
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VIII. Student Ownership

A student’s first encounter with new instructional materials often can promote a state of fear, which might produce a state of avoidance. Words of assurance are not enough to overcome avoidance, which is best addressed by developing a sense of student ownership. Student ownership takes place when the teacher is able to engage  Read More 
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