Rodriguez and Bellanca (2007) share the "teacher behaviors that Kermin and his associates found to have the greatest impact on low-performing children in the classroom" (p. 12-15).
In considering the 15 behaviors and your teaching style, which 3 behaviors do you (or would you) find yourself implementing most frequently? Which 3 least frequently?
What difference could it make to your current community of learners (or a future community of learners) if you were to intentionally implement all 15 behaviors?
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The teaching and learning process is for all learners, and with that said whatever the learning objective is, it is pertinent that “struggling student(s)” be an active part of the learning experience. With some intense research and investment, Kermin and associates found (15) behaviors within the literature which creates high yield learning outcomes for struggling students and of the high yield strategies proposed, I chose (3) instructional practices that I felt would make the most impact in the equation, as it relates to effective teaching and learning for the at-risk student learner. My first choice was equitable ...