Classroom Management For Educators – edd547 (3 credits)
In this course, participants examine strategies for managing their classrooms more effectively. Student behavior and misbehavior, techniques for classroom preparation, setup and management, and discipline models are explored.Participants learn how to establish and communicate expectations in their classroom and create a positive learning environment.
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
Student Accountability for Rules and Procedures
- Identify ways to respond to student violations of rules and procedures.
- Apply techniques to hold students accountable.
- Communicate rules and procedures to students.
Establishing a Positive Classroom Environment
- Explain how positive communication affects student behavior.
- Develop technological strategies to manage a classroom.
- Explain how diversity influences the dynamics of a class.
- Apply instructional strategies to increase student involvement.
- Describe how multiple intelligence strategies can promote a positive classroom environment.
- All objectives apply.
Student Behavior, Misbehavior, and Discipline
- Differentiate between behavior, misbehavior, and discipline.
- Describe conditions that promote misbehavior.
- Determine the issues to address in a discipline plan.
Classroom Preparation, Setup, and Management Techniques
- Propose an ideal classroom setup.
- Identify ways to obtain parental support and involve parents in your classroom.
- Create a classroom management plan.
- Compare discipline models.
- Explain how effective teaching techniques influence discipline.
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