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Geraldine H. Calleja Discussant Dr. Ines D. Zabala Professor

teachers would probably agree with the definition of problem behavior as behavior that interferes with teaching-learning processes.


Behavior is a term that applies to any kind of behavior that creates difficulties (interferes with the effective functioning of the student or the classroom group) or reveals the presence of difficulties (indicates that the student or the group is not functioning effectively).




Directions: The following statements concern your perception about yourself in a variety of situations. Your task is to indicate the strength of your agreement with each statement, utilizing a scale in which 1 denotes strong disagreement, 5 denotes strong agreement, and 2, 3, and 4 represent intermediate judgments. In the boxes after each statement, click a number from 1 to 5 from the following scale: Strongly disagree Disagree Neither disagree nor agree Agree Strongly agree There are no "right" or "wrong" answers, so select the number that most closely reflects you on each statement. Take your time and consider each statement carefully. Once you have completed all questions click "Submit" at the bottom. I see myself as someone who...

1. Is talkative Strongly Disagree1_2_3_4_5_Strongly Agree1_2_3_4_5_ 2. Tends to find fault with others Strongly Disagree1_2_3_4_5_Strongly Agree1_2_3_4_5_ 3.Does a thorough job Strongly Disagree1_2_3_4_5_Strongly Agree1_2_3_4_5_ ..ETC..

1.If you selected an occupation category, which of the following most closely describes your job? (choices) 2.How well does the occupation category you choose above describe your profession? (choices) 3.How much do you enjoy your profession? (choices) 4.How long have you been involved with your profession? (choices) 5.Did you answer truthfully on all of these questions? _Yes, _No


Teacher Appreciation - Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Do something for yourself, your classroom, your school; you deserve it! Asking Good Questions (Part I)(Part II)- Do you take the time to think about the questions you are asking your students? Do you pay particular attention to what they are asking you? You should! Start Student Teaching Successfully! - Be the best beginning teacher you can be! Youve finished your methods courses; now what do you need to review before you get in the classroom? The First Days of School and All Year Long - Plan for a successful school year by getting into good habits from the start! YOU have the Power to Motivate! - Action plan to instigate motivation in your students. Using Current Events and Real Data - Bring the excitement of authentic data to your students.

Before Your Students Arrive - prepare yourself and your classroom for the new school year before the first day of classes. Let the Summer Games Begin - A collection of games for students to engage in to stay sharp on skills and professional development and writing and presentation opportunities for the teacher. Differentiated Learning differentiate instruction in content, process, or product according to the students readiness, interests, or learning style. Alternate Forms of Assessment - evaluate student progress in ways other than tests and quizzes. Reflection Improves Instruction - maximize understanding by reflecting on learning. INTERACT for IMPACT - collaborate with other teachers, parents, and even your students.

Equity and Diversity- support ALL students. Starting the Year Off Right- get your school year running smoothly. Testing- Connect tests to your lessons and activities and try different testing strategies. Grading- make it easier on you and your students. Homework- How much? How often? How relevant? Communicating with Parents- How to get off on the right foot and stay there. Tools and Technology- Don't hide them! They have much to offer a mathematics classroom. Tips for Tutors- Ideas and suggestions for effective tutoring sessions. Finishing the Year - Focus on student growth and accomplishments and end the year on a positive note.

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To GOD be the glory!!