|Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the key role that classroom management has in overall student achievement and success. Participants will review general classroom procedures and discuss methods that may work and not work dependent on student needs and population. Participants will learn to build rapport with students that builds mutual respect within the classroom for the ultimate learning experience. Some practices discussed will be arrangement of classroom, modeling behavior, setting expectations, establishing a routine, student praise and encouragement, and positive interactions.
Additionally, the aforementioned practices will also tie into instructional methods and delivery. For example, participants will learn how to give clear and concise instructions to students, use of non-verbal cues, and how to use whole group responsibility for the purpose of using teamwork. Participants will learn how to utilize appropriate time limits with classwork, the use of transitions and time management within the lesson to make for effective management and instruction. Participants will discuss the student-centered classroom and using a variation of delivery methods for instruction. Participants not working within a traditional classroom will focus on how small- group activities and methodologies can be employed outside of the classroom which will also lead to overall student success and how they may contribute to effective management in any classroom.
|Status: Closed for Registration
||Registration Deadline: 03/31/2019
||Start Date: 04/01/2019
||End Date: 04/28/2019
||CTLE Hours: 36
||No. of Credits: 3
Categories: Classroom Management
||CTLE Area: Pedagogy
2a : Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport
2b : Establishing a Culture for Learning