Teachers enrolled in this course will...


  1. what a classroom management plan is and how it differs from a behavior management plan.
  2. the difference between a rule and a procedure.
  3. the pros and cons of various classroom management approaches including: authoritarian, permissive and authoritative.


  1. what type of classroom management they are currently employing in their classroom and identify any pitfalls.
  2. why the two main keys to a solid classroom management plan are procedures and accountability.
  3. why technology-driven classrooms require new and different management procedures.

and Be Able To

  1. utilize various strategies for dealing with technology and devices in the classroom.
  2. develop a personalized list of classroom procedures that can be enacted from the first day.
  3. modify current classroom management plans in a way that minimizes negative behaviors and maximizes instruction time.

and much, much more!

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