Certified in Classroom and Behaviour Management

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This course presents best practices in classroom and behaviour management – from organizing Time, materials, and classroom space to strategies for managing individual and large group Student behaviours, transitions, lab activities, and other arrangements for classrooms in general And special education.

Basic federal and state laws as they pertain to the legal procedures for all Teachers, including teachers of students with disabilities and students, will be presented.  This Course will prepare the student to feel confident, know and fulfil their professional, legal and Ethical responsibilities.


What Will You Learn?

  • Plan the organization of a classroom illustrating optimum use of instructional resources (computers, books, writing materials, reference material, manipulatives, creative constructive materials, etc.) that facilitates efficiency and effectiveness of access, use, maintenance, and storage of such resources.
  • Manage student progress data electronically for visual representation of performance for individual students and whole class averages.
  • Design the organization of the physical aspects of a classroom (furniture, areas, etc) for ease of transition, use, safety and traffic flow based on effective designs presented in the literature. Establish classroom

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Course Curriculum

Module 1

  • Orchestration of the elements in the 21st Century classroom
  • The critical role of classroom management
  • Rules and procedures
  • Disciplinary interventions
  • Teacher-student relationships
  • Mental set f. Student’s responsibility for management
  • Getting off to a good start Physical Setting Resource s Time People Content
  • A new way of thinking about classroom management
  • Functional behavioural analysis and intervention planning
  • Basics of applied behaviour analysis

Module 2

  • Building an emotionally safe and engaging environment
  • How to deal with feelings that interfere with learning
  • Seven skills that invite kids to cooperate
  • The pitfalls of punishment: Alternatives that lead to self-discipline
  • Solving problems together: six steps that engage children’s creativity and commitment
  • Praise that doesn’t demean, criticism that doesn’t wound
  • How to free a child who is locked in a role
  • The parent-teacher partnership
  • Reducing or eliminating disruptive and rule-violation
  • Assignments

Module 3

  • Legal and ethical practices for the benefit of all learners within the classroom
  • Basic responsibilities – the teacher, student, and parent
  • Positive expectations
  • Being a good manager
  • Designing lessons to help students reach mastery
  • Becoming a professional
  • Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and classroom management
  • No Child Left Behind and classroom management
  • Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and classroom management
  • Assignments


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