It's Not Polite to Interrupt, and Other Rules of Classroom Etiquette

Croom, Loren; Davis, Barbara H.
March 2006
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Spring2006, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p109
Academic Journal
Discusses the author's experience of implementing social skills in her first-grade classroom as part of a graduate mentoring and induction program for beginning teachers. Role of class meetings in helping students learn social skills; Use of the lesson plan procedures outlined in "Tools for Teaching Social Skills in School"; Collection of data through reviewing student goal journals and tallying daily class interruptions.


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