3 edition of Some considerations for coping with school problems involving Indochinese students. found in the catalog.
Some considerations for coping with school problems involving Indochinese students.
by State of Washington, Superintendent of Public Instruction in [Olympia, WA]
Written in English
|Series||Office for Equity Education"s multicultural education resource series|
|Contributions||Washington (State). Superintendent of Public Instruction.|
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|Pagination||5 p. ;|
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This is a guide for teachers for coping with educational and behavior problems involving Indochinese students in American schools. Problems that might be expected and factors that contribute to problems are outlined, including: (1) language difficulty; (2) imitation behavior by Indochinese students; (3) effects of camp life; (4) intragroup animosity; (5) adjustment difficulty; and (6) cultural gap in the Indochinese Author: Shuh Yun Liu.
SOMB CONSIDERATIONS FOR COPING iITH SCHOOL PROBLEMS INVOLVING STUDENTS. IntrociuetionOurpose-There'are many school district and/or build t staffs which have ex-pressed concern regarding appropriate resolution probleMs involving Indochinese students.
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Discipline problems challenge most new teachers and even some veteran educators. Good classroom management combined with an effective discipline plan helps keep bad behavior to a minimum so the entire class can focus on learning.Liu, Shuh Yun, and others.
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