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    van`z thesis

    hello!!pls help me..someone who could rephrase this..tnk a lot!!pls.pls.pls.its for my thesis...



    Learning Environment:
    1. Instruction/Assessment promotes students sense of competence, participation and belongingness.
    2. Student-controlled behavior is rewarded.
    3. Teachers have some form of making sense of, and being responsive to, varying learning styles.
    4. Instruction is dynamic, learner-centered, and challenging.
    5. School-wide rewards focus on students effort and contribution and on being the top performer.
    6. Students learn to work cooperatively, and as a team.
    Discipline Environment
    1. School-wide discipline policy is consistently applied.
    2. Classroom management features consistency and clear expectations.
    3. Classrooms are positive places, and teachers maintain a positive effect,and follow-through with consequences in a calm and non-personal manner.
    4. Classroom management has sensible related consequences and refrains from punishment, shaming and humiliation.
    5. The school provides counseling to students with problems.
    6. Teachers observe fair treatment among students.


    Attitude and Culture
    1. Students feel like they are part of a community.
    2. Students feel as though they are working toward collective goals.
    3. Students speak about the school in proud, positive terms.
    4. Most students observe freedom of self-expression to authorities as they exercise their rights and privileges.
    5. School maintains traditions that promote school pride and a sense of historical continuity.
    6. Students feel as though they owe their school a debt of gratitude upon graduation.


    Faculty Relations
    1. Faculty commonly collaborate/consult others on matters of teaching.
    2. Faculty members are typically constructive when speaking of each other and/or administrators.
    3. High level of respect for one another.
    4. Faculty meetings are attended by most if not all and address relevant concerns.
    5. All-school events are well attended by faculty and staff.
    6. Faculty have the time and interest to commune with one another.


    Student Interactions
    1. Many students attend school events.
    2. Student leaders feel an obligation to serve the school, not a sense of entitlement.
    3. Most students feel safe from bullying, threats, etc.
    4. athletes are fairly treated with other students.
    5. Various cultures and sub-groups blend, interrelate and feel like valid members of the community.
    6. Most students expect to engage in “authentic learning” activities and to be taught with methods that make them responsible for their own learning.


    Productivity
    1. He/She is highly motivated toward his/her work.
    2. He/She is given opportunity for personal growth, achievement, recognition and reward.
    3. He/She has the ability to perform according to written or verbal instructions.
    4. He/She finishes his/her product which exceeds the acceptable standard of legibility, cleanliness and orderliness.
    5. He/She enjoys scholarship equivalent to his/her performance.
    6. He/She completes his/her work within given or reasonable time limits.


    Work Habits
    1. He/She always comes in the workplace on time.
    2. He/She gives himself/herself enough time to do his/her work well and carefully.
    3. He/She organizes his/her work activities to operate harmoniously with the work of others to achieve the best possible results for all.
    4. He/She does the things in proper order of their importance.
    5. He/She has the enthusiasm to work on his/her responsibilities
    6. He/She follows established departmental rules and procedures.


    Personal Relations
    1. He/She expresses his/her opinion, emotions responsibly.
    2. He/She has the personality and behavior that everybody likes to work with.
    3. He/She is willingly cooperating with other working students when the job requires it.
    4. He/She accepts compliments with good grace.
    5. He/She practices giving compliments to others.
    6. He/She knows how to handle rejection.


    Job Knowledge and Skills
    1. He/She has the ability to analyze facts.
    2. He/She can perceive clearly and fully the nature of job.
    3. He/She possesses the knowledge and skills to perform the job.
    4. He/She is physically capable of performing the strenuous aspects of the job
    5. He/She seeks to improve the level of work by initiating action to accomplish the task without direction.
    6. He/She has the ability to interpret correctly a situation and make sound evaluations as demonstrated by practical decisions and their results.

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    Re: van`z thesis

    Learning Environment:
    1. Instruction/Assessment promotes student competence, participation and community.
    2. Student-controlled behavior is rewarded. This is unclear
    3. Teacher is able to adjust lessons according to differentiated learning styles.
    4. Instruction is dynamic, learner-centered, and challenging.
    5. School-wide rewards focus on students effort and contribution and top performance.
    6. Students learn to work cooperatively, and as a team.

    Discipline Environment
    1. School-wide discipline policy is applied consistently.
    2. Classroom management is consistent and expectations are clear.
    3. Classroom setting is safe and secure. Teachers maintain a positive environment, and follow-through with consequences in a calm and non-personal manner.
    4. Classroom management consequences are fair, and refrains from punishment, shaming and humiliation.
    5. The school provides counseling to students with problems.
    6. Teachers observe fair treatment among students.


    I am also a teacher. I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for. For some reason, I wasn't able to copy the remainder of the text. Let me know what you think.


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    Re: van`z thesis

    hi!!i just want you to give an overall implication about each indicators which are the learning environment, discipline environment, attitude and culture, etc. each indicator has five sentences which are numbered from 1-5. i just want to know how can you integrate those five sentences describing their indicators above them..

    thnk you very much for responding..i thought someone wouldnt..tnk you so much!!

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