This two hour workshop focuses on effective classroom management which is much more than just administering corrective measures when a student misbehaves; it’s about developing proactive ways to prevent problems from occurring in the first place while creating a positive learning environment.
Attendees will be able to:
- View classroom management as a process that supports and facilitates academic and social-emotional learning.
- Identify common mistakes in classroom behavior management.
- Organize the physical environment to be conducive to learning.
- Organize and implement instructional ways that optimize students’ access to learning.
- Communicate academic and behavioral expectations, as well as a cooperative learning environment.
- Highlight characteristics of good teacher-student relationships, including appropriate levels of dominance, cooperation, and awareness of high-needs students.
- Promote the development of students’ social skills and self-regulation.
- Enforce rules and procedures.
- Prevent disruptive behavior.