d. work environment
1.A statement to a student indicating that a certain behaviour(s) is inappropriate
P 331, R, D1
2.Various techniques that students can use to teach themselves materials
P 335, R, D1
3.The immediate work area used by teachers
P 339, R, D1
4.A technique in which students observe and record their own behaviour
P 334, R, D1
Directions: Match each of the following terms with the appropriate definitions
d. Behavioural Dimension
15.The ability to manage inappropriate behaviours that may disrupt learning
16.Includes the aspects of the physical environment that teachers manipulate to enhance the conditions for learning
17.Refers to the psychological and social dynamics of the classroom. Its primary focus is on classroom climate
18.Refers to the rules and procedures that are part of the operating program
of the classroom.
19.Acknowledges time management in the areas of personnel interactions, the work environment ,administrative duties, instructional applications and personal applications.
0.Teachers need to provide instruction that fulfills the objectives set by school standards and that matches the needs of their students.