When a student is able to attend to the teacher and demonstrate an interest in learning, teachers refer to this quality as positive learning behaviors. When interviewing teachers on this topic, they state that students will lean forward, maintain their shoulders facing forward toward the teacher, eye contact, head nodding, and volunteering answers. Teachers are also aware of students’ positive learning behaviors through their work performance. They know that each student is different in their ability to look and listen to their teacher. Classrooms, today, have students up and down and moving around, throughout the teacher’s lesson.
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