How Can Teacher Feedback Be Used to Improve The Classroom Disciplinary Climate?
AbstractTeachers – especially new ones – report that one of their greatest areas of need relates to improving classroom disciplinary climate. Many teachers are not provided feedback on their classroom disciplinary climate through formal or informal appraisals. Feedback on classroom disciplinary climate can help to improve both teacher self-efficacy and the overall quality of the classroom learning environment.
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Date of creation: Mar 2013
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