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Classroom Management

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Effective education professionals are able to gain student cooperation and foster motivation so all students can be actively engaged in the learning process. This course presents research-based, practical strategies that provide support toward a positive and effective learning environment. Topics covered include establishing classroom standards, monitoring student learning and behavior, and responding appropriately to various student needs and disruptive behavior.

This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 9 weeks

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    Characteristics of the Classroom

    • Identify potential challenges in the classroom environment.
    • Identify goals for effective classroom management.

    Providing Support for Special Needs Students

    • Defend opposing viewpoints on inclusion.
    • Define various types of special needs students.
    • Apply a variety of instructional strategies to address students’ special needs.

    Establishing the Classroom Environment

    • Identify communication skills that support a productive classroom environment.
    • Discuss methods to address peer harassment.
    • Assess class rules and procedures of a classroom management plan.

    Managing Class Time

    • Identify methods to maintain activity flow.
    • Describe strategies for monitoring student progress.
    • Develop procedures that minimize classroom disruptions.

    Applying Classroom Management Knowledge

    • Evaluate classroom management techniques.
    • Propose responses to classroom management challenges.

    Motivating Students Toward Success

    • Apply motivational strategies to learning activities.
    • Devise tactics to motivate disengaged students.
    • Relate the expectancy-value model to the desire to learn.

    Guiding Students’ Independent Work

    • Describe challenges associated with independent work.
    • Recommend strategies for managing independent activities.

    Order and Disorder in the Classroom

    • Describe effective violence prevention and response methods.
    • Relate cultural differences to perceptions of norms.
    • Determine appropriate responses to off-task behaviors.

    Guiding Students’ Collaborative Work

    • Describe challenges associated with collaborative work.
    • Distinguish between group work and cooperative learning.
    • Recommend strategies for managing collaborative activities.
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