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Essentials Chapter 9

Educational Psychology

Classroom Management Establishment and maintenance of classroom environment conducive to learning and achievement.
Classroom Climate Overall psychological atmosphere of the classroom.
Sense of Community Shared belief that teacher and students have common goals, are mutually respectful and supportive, and all make important contributions to classroom learning.
Belongingness General sense that one is an important and valued member of the classroom.
Withitness Classroom management strategy in which a teacher gives the impression of knowing what all the students are doing at all times.
Sense of School Community Shared belief that all faculty and students within a school are working together to help everyone learn and succeed.
Misbehavior Action that disrupts learning and planned classroom activities, puts students' physical safety or psychological well-being in jeopardy, or violates basic moral standards.
Response Cost Loss either of a previously earned reinforcer or of an opportunity to obtain reinforcement.
Logical Consequence Unpleasant consequence that follows naturally or logically from a students' misbehavior.
Time-Out Consequence for misbehavior in which a student is placed in a dull, boring station with no opportunity for reinforcement or social interaction.
In-School Suspension Consequence for misbehavior in which a student is placed in a quiet, boring room within the school building, typically to do schoolwork under close adult supervision.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Systematic application of stimulus-response principles to address a chronic behavior problem.
Functional Analysis Examination of inappropriate behavior and its antecedents and consequences to determine one or more purposes (functions) that the behavior might serve for the learner.
Positive Behavioral Support (PBS) Systematic intervention that addresses chronic misbehaviors by (1) identifying the purposes those behaviors might serve for a students and (2) providing more appropriate ways for a student to achieve the same ends.
Created by: dkern