educ521 | Graduate
Classroom Management For Educators
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Student Behavior, Misbehavior, and Discipline
- Describe conditions that promote misbehavior.
- Determine the issues to address in a discipline plan.
- Compare discipline models.
- Explain how effective teaching techniques influence discipline.
- Differentiate between behavior, misbehavior, and discipline.
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.
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.
- 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.
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