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Classroom Management

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A study in the principles and applications of classroom management. This course will cover the reasons why students misbehave and how to effectively respond to common behavioral issues. Practical experiences, case examples and exercises will promote increased skills in defining and assessing the environment, the student, the inappropriate behaviors, and individual teaching styles/philosophy’s influence on classroom management. Through field experiences in your area of licensure (PK-3, MCE, or AYA-Secondary), you will learn to evaluate intervention strategies and how to design a classroom management plan that makes sense for students. Content will cover strategies for parent/ professional collaboration. The information provided will allow participants to immediately implement strategies across a variety of school, mental health, and human services settings and gain familiarity to social, behavioral and academic needs of students in the major area. This course has ten hours of field work embedded within the course.


April 30
4:30 PM
Saturday April 30, 4:30pm
Christ the King Chapel/3rd Floor Admin Bldg.
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