Date of Award

12-1994

Degree Type

Thesis (On-Campus Access Only)

First Advisor

Robert Barry

Abstract

Management Issues in two Combination Classrooms is an analytical paper designed to present data on classroom management skills and strategies currently observed in combination classrooms . The research is based on the conceptual framework of Elliot Eisner who follows the model of educational connoisseurship and criticism. It focuses on qualities found while participating as a student teacher in two combination classrooms in a suburban school. The purpose of this paper was to build a repertoire of management and discipline strategies for the use in combination classrooms. This research paper is a resource which offers techniques presently employed by elementary teachers that encourage appropriate classroom behavior and an educational environment where students are profitably engaged in the learning process.

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