Great Expectations: Improving Classroom Management, Wells, Fall 2019
||EDU 5515 C39
||Workshop Session from 9:00 - 12:00 on November 2, 2019 in Berlin, Vermont. Online coursework from November 5, 2019 through December 8, 2019.
|Dates and Times:
||November 2, 2019 through December 8, 2019
||3 Graduate Credits
We all want a classroom where students learn while treating each other with respect. Even experienced teachers can find this challenging at times. Participants in this course will learn practical strategies that they can use today which will lead to a respectful classroom where students embrace learning. “Sharpen your saw” and work with fellow teachers as you bring renewed purpose to your classroom.
Audience: K-12 Classroom Teachers
Course Goals & Objectives
Participants in this course will increase their effectiveness in the classroom and will increase their understanding of the following key principles:
- Developing an environment of trust and respect in the classroom
- Establishing behavioral expectations and responding to student misbehavior
- Teaching for mastery
- Developing lessons with clear outcomes
- Engaging students in engaging discussions
Participants in this course will demonstrate their ability to do the following:
- Identify key practices which develop a trusting and respectful classroom.
- Identify key teacher behaviors which establish and reinforce positive student behavior.
- Use instructional practices which engage students and lead to mastery of key instructional objectives.
Costs, if any, for the required readings are not included in the course tuition.
Lemov, D. (2015) Teach Like a Champion 2.0
Curwin & Mendler. (2018) Discipline with Dignity: 4th Edition
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