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In that sense, the behavior is sort of heroic. But we can provoke further resentment when we view their actions only as disobedience. That's why seemingly benign pronouncements like "be respectful," rather than building a base for cooperation and congeniality, may actually inspire misbehavior. So what's the alternative? Avoid articulating behavioral norms using vague, disputed, culturally unresponsive, or assimilative categories.

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This invites students into a democratic process that will inspire more expansive ways of taking care of one another. It will also make students want to adhere to norms rather than subvert them. Over the years, I've seen countless teachers myself included permit their students to sit anywhere they choose.

Many of us rationalize this open-seating approach by claiming it makes our students feel less dominated. Choice is supposed to elicit feelings of agency, and self-directed opportunities are supposed to encourage engagement, we argue. But most students experience open seating not as freedom but as a form of abandonment.

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The truth is, open seating isn't democratic, doesn't support student autonomy, and seldom teaches students to self-regulate. The tiny uptick in self-rule a student might experience when choosing a desk is quickly eclipsed when that student must search for the least dangerous seat amid adversaries, bullies, pracrice, and even crushes that are always operating in our Looking for some practice and to be your student.

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Instead of yielding to the more dominant voices in the room, look at your classroom from the perspective of the marginalized. Think of the new kid who mistakenly sits in a popular student's seat and is mocked for doing so. Or imagine the Sensual ladies in Daleville who was meeting with a counselor to discuss a difficult life issue only to come to class late and be forced to find soe desk while surrounded by snickering peers.

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We can support them in that transition and provide a tsudent predictability and safety when we give them a dependable spot that's always there for them and always theirs. Switching seats around every quarter will further maximize heterogeneity, promote intercultural collaboration, prevent distraction, and guarantee exposure to multiple ways of thinking and acting.

This fosters equity and cultural responsiveness and helps break down hierarchies of status and intergroup Looking for some practice and to be your student. The following statements don't need much explanation. They're frequently uttered by educators again, myself included when confronted with misbehaving students even though saying them almost certainly produces forms of resignation and rage that provoke misbehavior.

I'll present each in the form of a question:. Why do we say, "Do as I say, not as I do"? Do we really think that being brazenly hypocritical adds to our credibility or trustworthiness? Why do we glibly claim, "Rules are rules" when responding Single brazilian girls in Providence a student's rejection of a rule's legitimacy?

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Yur that a message we want to send? Using these old, tired scripts essentially communicates to our students that their experience of school or of us is invalid, that their insights or critiques are unwelcome, and that their resistance is pointless.

And responses like that don't produce better stuvent and prosocial learning environments; instead, they provoke misbehavior. At the end of the day, students will want to learn with us when they're confident they won't feel cruddy in the process. Engaging their resistance and analyzing how we may have provoked their misbehaviors will help us take advantage of opportunities to learn about their perspectives, appreciate their experiences, and improve Looking for some practice and to be your student practices.

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Likewise, recognizing that we sometimes provoke students' actions doesn't mean we have to accept their misbehaviors. But it does mean we have to ask challenging questions about our role in producing the behaviors. Tricky as it may sound, we need to find the middle ground between demanding students comply and complying with student demands.

This requires us to recognize that student misbehavior is occasionally legitimate, particularly when we are the ones who provoked it. Ansalone, G. Educational differentiation or defective strategy. Pfactice Research Quarterly34 23— King, R. The work avoidance goal construct: Examining its structure, antecedents, and consequences.

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And by showing them that you recognize their strengths, you can challenge them to reach beyond their natural limits. Use the eight noncognitive characteristics to discover what currencies your students already bring with them.

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Create opportunities for students to share their own stories as a way of not only learning more about students but also making the curriculum more relevant.

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When giving an example in class, ask students if they studnt ever had a similar experience. When teaching a new concept, ask students to explain how that concept might play out in their own communities or might be relevant to their own lives.

Have informal conversations with students in and outside the classroom where you ask students to share their stories. Use practicf "artifact bag" exercise suggested by Jonathan Saphier and Robert Gower as a way of learning more about your students and creating a classroom culture that welcomes and values students' various currencies. Have students bring in an unlabeled shopping bag containing five items that represent something about their lives or their interests.

At various intervals during the first month of the year, have a student select a bag at random and display the items one at a time. After the fifth item is shown, ask the class to make a collective guess as to its owner. Then, ask the bag's owner to explain the significance of each item. Use Looking for some practice and to be your student, illustrations, and examples from students' Looking for some practice and to be your student when teaching the principles, theories, and concepts of your course or discipline.

In addition to recognizing the different forms of currencies students bring to the classroom, we also need to identify what currencies students don't have. From there, we can help students acquire additional currencies that will help them be more successful in the classroom.

When I first was introduced to Dr. Sedlacek's research, I lamented that my students didn't have many of the noncognitive vor they needed to be successful. Many too them didn't have strong support systems available to them. Most of them had no preference for long-term goals and would easily give up. Few, if any, of my students had a realistic understanding of their strengths or where they needed to grow. If these eight skills were necessary for student success, I thought, then my kids were in trouble.

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If I didn't use the same dialect all the time, why was I demanding that my kids did? It was then that I began to introduce to my students the concept of multidialectalism.

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I had their attention. They all raised their hands. Now they were really interested. They weren't being told that the way they spoke was "wrong" or to abandon their own culture; they were being given the key to a different culture, a culture to which they previously had been denied entry. The message wasn't that by acquiring the capital of the dominant culture, they would somehow become "better" or "smarter.

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Our job is to help students acquire multiple forms of currency so that no matter what culture they enter, they have the knowledge and skills they need to move freely in that culture. Rather than try to erase your students' cultures b get them to conform to the dominant culture, look for ways to help them use their culture as an entry point into this culture.

Look for ways to help them become multicultural and to "code switch. We also need to learn how to code switch ourselves, which means looking for ways to adjust or even reshape the curriculum to capitalize on students' tacit knowledge, skills, and experiences rather than overriding or negating them.

By connecting what we are teaching to students' lives, we both help students access the curriculum more easily and honor students' ways of knowing, understanding, and representing information—and thus make it more likely that students will learn and retain what we are teaching and interact with the material at a more rigorous level.

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There are four oyur that influence students' choices to spend their currency in your classroom.

The first is whether they think it is important to do well on a particular task. The second is how enjoyable they think doing a particular task will be. The third is how well they think a particular task will help them achieve their goals.

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Actively listen to students and demonstrate interest in their lives beyond school. Point out the connection or ask students to connect what they are learning in class to their experiences outside class. In order to find the "hook" for students, look for ways to demonstrate how what they are learning is similar to what they have already learned in the course or to their own experiences. You can also encourage students to create their own hooks by having them create analogies using new concepts and familiar concepts outside your subject area e.

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These kids have never taken an AP test before, and it seems impossible to them at the beginning. But when they become a team, they encourage each other, they pull for each other. Practicce, the test doesn't seem as impossible for these kids. Yes, but … I don't have time for these kinds of fluffy activities.

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But when used judiciously, these activities can help our students find an entry point to what we are trying to teach them. The key is to make sure that you select these activities with an end in mind, rather than doing them for doing's sake. Use these activities to help you reach a particular curricular goal, and they will go a long way toward helping your students buy into what you are trying to teach them and into your class in general.

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She also changed the context of the classroom. Traditionally, classrooms are set up for individualization. Each student is responsible for his own behavior and learning. They are, in a sense, on their own. But what would happen, she asked, if collectivism trumped individualism?

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