An Investigation of the Effect of Supplemental Art Activities on Classroom Management

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The purpose of this investigation was to observe the effect of supplemental art activities on classroom management. Supplemental art activities are assignments designed to replace "busy work" with meaningful, interesting learning projects for students. The supplemental activities allowed students who completed their regular work to direct free time to developing appropriate work habits and creative thinking. The investigation showed that additional prepared learning activities help to reduce classroom discipline problems. Students were required to continue the normal learning routine without surpassing the slower members of the class. Planned activities did not solve all classroom problems but did serve to educationally ... continued below

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Stafford, Deborah August 1980.

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The purpose of this investigation was to observe the effect of supplemental art activities on classroom management. Supplemental art activities are assignments designed to replace "busy work" with meaningful, interesting learning projects for students. The supplemental activities allowed students who completed their regular work to direct free time to developing appropriate work habits and creative thinking. The investigation showed that additional prepared learning activities help to reduce classroom discipline problems. Students were required to continue the normal learning routine without surpassing the slower members of the class. Planned activities did not solve all classroom problems but did serve to educationally involve the faster students.

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Stafford, Deborah. An Investigation of the Effect of Supplemental Art Activities on Classroom Management, thesis, August 1980; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc504193/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .