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The Teacher as Warm Demander

  title={The Teacher as Warm Demander},
  author={Elizabeth Bondy and Dorene Doerre Ross},
Many teachers in high-poverty schools struggle to establish a positive classroom environment. These teachers know a great deal about their students, feel affection for them, and empathize with their struggles. Unfortunately, the way these teachers act on their caring is often not comprehensive enough to make a difference. The teachers work hard to design interesting lessons, but if students are disengaged, the quality of the lessons will be irrelevant and misbehavior will reveal students… 

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