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TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Classroom

Publication Year

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Transforming Classroom Practice, Andrea Thompson, Beverly Christian Nov 2016

Transforming Classroom Practice, Andrea Thompson, Beverly Christian

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

No abstract provided.


Conflict Resolution For The Classroom, Deana C. Jones Nov 2015

Conflict Resolution For The Classroom, Deana C. Jones

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Conflict significantly disrupts achievement within classrooms. It effects individuals but also influences group members and potentially a wider community. Minimizing conflict optimizes opportunity and this is the goal of sharing these insights.


Vision For Learning (Part Ii): A Tool For Educators To Assist In The Detection And Treatment Of Vision Difficulties, Marcia Forbes, Marion Shields Jul 2015

Vision For Learning (Part Ii): A Tool For Educators To Assist In The Detection And Treatment Of Vision Difficulties, Marcia Forbes, Marion Shields

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

No abstract provided.


The Impact Of A Physical Activity Session On Year Two Students' Subsequent Classroom Behaviour, Wendi Herman, Claire Beer, Darren Morton Jan 2013

The Impact Of A Physical Activity Session On Year Two Students' Subsequent Classroom Behaviour, Wendi Herman, Claire Beer, Darren Morton

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of a 30-minute physical activity (PA) session on Year Two students’ subsequent classroom behaviour. Forty-eight students from three Year Two classes at a NSW private school participated in the study. The number of disciplinary comments directed by the class teacher to individual students (Individual Disciplinary Corrections, IDC) and the class as a whole (General Disciplinary Corrections, GDC) were recorded during a 30-minute lesson with and without previous PA. Subsequent to PA, there were 40% fewer IDCs (p=0.008) and 59% fewer GDCs (p=0.003), amounting to a 49 ...