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Curry Banking Time Research Featured in Counsel & Heal Article on Classroom Management


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Curry research on classroom management finds banking time and child time strategies reduce disruptive behavior.

Classroom Management Practices: Do One-On-One Teacher-Child Interactions Help Reduce Disruptive Behaviors?

Researchers from the University of Virginia's Curry School of Education wanted to determine what classroom management practices are effective in reducing disruptive behaviors in young children. They conducted a controlled trial to examine the impact of a one-on-one time teacher-child interactions in reducing disruptive behaviors.

The study tested two methods of classroom management practices. The participants of the study included 183 teachers and 470 preschool children between the ages of 3 and 5-years old. 

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