Use of elementary-age students as modifiers of physical education teacher behavior

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Behavior modification., Interaction analysis in education., Physical education for problem chil
Statementby Rudolf Edward Doenges.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 109 leaves
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Open LibraryOL14673139M

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All behavior is communication, especially disruptive behavior but when you are working with very young children that communication can be hard to understand. As a preschool teacher, you have to manage the behavior at the moment while deciding what that child is trying to tell you.

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The most frequent interaction was asking students to use a word in a sentence (22%), followed by teacher defining the word (19%). We ran a series of five HGLMs to determine lesson and classroom factors that accounted for the use of each word meaning interaction; % FRL and % minority were negatively related to word meaning interactions of.

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