Please read the article: 'Examining the influence of teacher behavior and classroom context on the behavioral and academic outcomes for students with emotional or behavioral disorders' Sutherland, K., Lewis-Palmer, T., Stichter, J., & Morgan, P. L. (2008). Examining the influence of teacher behavior and classroom context on the behavioral and academic outcomes for students with emotional or behavioral disorders. The Journal of Special Education, 41(4), 223–233 Reflect on your behavior in class and on whether it could affect your students’ academic outcomes positively or negatively. If you are not currently teaching, or have never taught consider, how your behavior in a classroom could affect students’ academic outcomes positively or negatively. This assignment will be assessed by the instructor using the Portfolio Activity rubric. Demonstrates clear understanding that self-reflection is a key component of improving both a) her/his own teaching practices and b) the growth, development and learning of one’s students. Clear, applicable details and examples are provided in the reflection Engages in detailed analysis of aspects of her/his own experiences and those of others that centrally relate to the topic. Makes substantive connections between these experiences and their application to teaching practice, and cites texts, scholarly journals, and other resources to articulate their meaning. Submission demonstrates understanding of the importance of reflection on experiences as a critical tool for selfimprovement and effectively employs it. Synthesizes those aspects of the readings that relate to the topic. Makes substantive connections between what is learned from the readings and the topic. Includes references to other sources to demonstrate the ability to extend one’s own learning through independent discovery.