Classroom Agreement Sun

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Several scales have been designed to measure teachers` perception of problems in the classroom. In the United Kingdom, for example, Wheldall and Merrett [10] used ten objects, including food, non-verbal noise, disobedience, disobedience, idleness and slowness, incorrectness, disability of others, physical aggression, intidine and seating to measure behavioural problems in primary school students. Houghton et al. [11] also used these behaviours to measure the behavioural problems of high school students, replacing food with verbal abuse, because they found that teachers did not view food as problematic behaviour among high school students, while verbal abuse was a more relevant behavioural problem. State and federal laws guarantee these students a place in regular classrooms until they seriously harm or maim others. Even the threat to shoot classmates is not a legitimate reason to deport the child. There were some unique results from this study, although most of the categories of problematic behaviours identified are similar to those reported in previous studies. First, “doing something in private” was considered student behaviour in the high school classroom in Chinese cultural contexts [12, 18], while some studies in the West did not include it [11, 19]. In this category, in addition to the use of personal effects, other homework, reading and drawing that have nothing to do with the lesson, this study showed that the use of electronic devices (for example. B mobile phone) to write, play, surf the site and listen to music was now considered problematic. With a particular focus on Hong Kong, mobile phones are popular with teenagers. Because these electronic devices are multifunctional and audio-stimulating, some students would be tempted to use them for communication and personal satisfaction even during classes. In fact, it is an extracurricular behaviour to do something private where students do something that is not important for classroom learning.

Others, such as inattention, idleness and daydreams, were summarized in this study as a category of problematic behaviours, because they were mentioned as related to the fact that students were tired, lazy or uns motivational to learn. Sleeping was one category, because it was obvious off-tasking behaviour and it would be embarrassing if students imitated each other. This activity is managed by NASA as part of the NNX16AD71A Cooperation Agreement. All opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. As with most existing studies [10-12], “talking out of the series” included calling, making remarks and disruptive conversations. All of these referred to verbal disturbances in the lesson without the teacher`s permission. This view is much broader than the narrow definition of the Ding et al.s study [18], in which “out of line” was simply invoked to call answers without raising hands and being called by teachers.

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