An Analysis of Classroom Management Procedures Utilized by Teachers of Emotionally Disturbed Students

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The teacher of the emotionally disturbed student must provide an educational setting for pupils unable, or unwilling, to appropriately interact within the regular educational setting. The teacher, ultimately, decides classroom scheduling, academic experiences, social interactions and order of the room. In short, teaching style and the teaching personality shape the learning environment. Style of teaching is evidenced by the management techniques utilized within the classroom. The purpose of this study is to determine if differences exist in the classroom management techniques employed by educators of emotionally disturbed children and youth assigned to (a) resource rooms in the public school setting, ... continued below

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Donahue, Catherine A. (Catherine Ann) May 1983.

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The teacher of the emotionally disturbed student must provide an educational setting for pupils unable, or unwilling, to appropriately interact within the regular educational setting. The teacher, ultimately, decides classroom scheduling, academic experiences, social interactions and order of the room. In short, teaching style and the teaching personality shape the learning environment. Style of teaching is evidenced by the management techniques utilized within the classroom. The purpose of this study is to determine if differences exist in the classroom management techniques employed by educators of emotionally disturbed children and youth assigned to (a) resource rooms in the public school setting, (b) self-contained classrooms in the public school setting, and (c) residential treatment centers as determined by the Classroom Management Profile (Bullock & Zagar, 1980).

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Donahue, Catherine A. (Catherine Ann). An Analysis of Classroom Management Procedures Utilized by Teachers of Emotionally Disturbed Students, dissertation, May 1983; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc330796/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .