Print Version Case studies are stories that are used as a teaching tool to show the application of a theory or concept to real situations. Dependent on the goal they are meant to fulfill, cases can be fact-driven and deductive where there is a correct answer, or they can be context driven where multiple solutions are possible. Various disciplines have employed case studies, including humanities, social sciences, sciences, engineering, law, business, and medicine.
Classroom Management, Special Education Abstract: This group of case studies includes engaging scenarios to introduce students to important concepts regarding classroom arrangement for effective classroom management. This case study unit outlines positive behavior management techniques that can be employed with individual students who have behavioral concerns that are not effectively addressed by comprehensive classroom rules.
It features scenarios of students at varying grade levels, ranging from elementary to high school. Through realistic classroom scenarios, this case study set introduces the five key components of an effective accountability system and offers guidance on how to implement these strategies in a classroom setting.
Norms and Expectations CS04 Course: This case study set provides scenarios and strategies that focus on the establishment of classroom norms and expectations through the development of rules and procedures.
Rachel and Leanne were expecting another great year co-teaching a combined 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade class with equal numbers of general education and exceptional education students.
Special Education, Classroom Management Abstract: Matt was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in second grade. Eric is a second-grader with emotional and behavior issues caused by a disruptive family life.
Educational Psychology, Classroom Management Abstract: Mary, a first-year educator, takes over a class for a teacher on maternity leave.
Interaction and Reactions CS23 Course: General Methods, Classroom Management Abstract: Joe is a third-grader with a history or disruptive behavior and lack of attention in the classroom.Case studies in case management are examined to assist the student in operationalizing the concepts learned in this course and in CM Course Code: CM Contact hours of education = Case Studies: Disruptive Student Behavior Written by.
Billie Hara, Prof Hacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education. The following case studies come from a series entitled “Disruptive Student Behavior” As she walks up the steps to the top of the tiered classroom, other students notice her t-shirt, too.
SPED Strategies and Resources. Search this site. Menu. Home. Disabilities and Specific Needs. Using Functional Assessment to Develop Interventions for Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom: Three Case Studies. classroom management issues, (2) curriculum implementation problems, and (3) organization issues.
The teachers also perceived. Classroom Management: Ten Teacher-Tested Tips Hallway conferences. Pasta discipline. Buddy rooms. Bell work. Those and six other ideas for taming temper tantrums—and other classroom disruptions—are the focus of this Education World story!
The Journal of Case Studies in Education (JCSE) publishes original, unpublished case manuscripts relating educational situations from K - 12 and higher education. It is designed to provide the education professional a venue to share original situations with other educators.
Cases from a broad range of topics are appropriate for consideration in the JCSE providing the focus of the work is. Jamf Pro makes it easy to use classroom management software in your environment so you can create an optimal classroom experience.
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