This course provides participants with strategies designed to assist them in managing their classrooms more effectively. Participants work on personal classroom preparation, setup, and management. Participants learn how to establish and communicate expectations in a classroom, deal with discipline and behavior problems without loss of instructional time, and create a positive learning environment.
Describe how multiple intelligence strategies can promote a positive classroom environment.
Apply instructional strategies to increase student involvement.
Explain how diversity influences the dynamics of a class.
Develop technological strategies to manage a classroom.
Explain how positive communication affects student behavior.
Student Accountability for Rules and Procedures
Communicate rules and procedures to students.
Apply techniques to hold students accountable.
Explain how effective teaching techniques influence discipline.
Compare discipline models.
Classroom Preparation, Setup, and Management Techniques
Propose an ideal classroom setup.
Create a classroom management plan.
Student Behavior, Misbehavior, and Discipline
Describe conditions that promote misbehavior.
Differentiate between behavior, misbehavior, and discipline.
Determine the issues to address in a discipline plan.
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