Effective Teacher Commands
As classroom managers, teachers regularly use commands to direct students to start and stop activities. Instructors find commands to be a crucial tool for classroom management, serving as instructional signals that help students to conform to the teacher's expectations for appropriate behaviors. This issue of The Practical Teacher provides examples of effective teacher commands.
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