About This Program:
Is your classroom and behavior management really stressing you out? Are you looking for solutions and guidance that are practical and can be used in your classroom immediately?
The 24/7 Behavior and Classroom Workshop will help ease the stress of being a new and improving educator by helping you develop a working understanding of modern and effective behavior and classroom management strategies that you can immediately apply in any classroom setting.
Why should you learn this:
This workshop will guide you on how to develop an awareness of the theories that impact behavior and classroom management, understand the need to develop an optimal learning environment for students, develop strategies to use in managing the classroom and preventing unwanted behavior in students.
Essential Classroom Management Techniques
Classroom Management vs. Relationship Management
Defining Your Expectations And Creating Effective Rules
Rules and Non-negotiables: What are yours and how to hold the line
Classroom Routines and how to use them to increase learning
Implementing Rigorous Teaching
Use Time Strategically To Increase Learning
Creating "Flow" Makes Everything Easier
Ways To Handle Class Interruptions
Legal and Ethical Practices
Who Takes This Workshop
This program is designed for new and experienced educators looking to improve their behavior and classroom management practices.
Attendance and Technology Requirements:
This workshop is available via one of our Virtual Classrooms, and can be accessed by any smart device with internet access. (Learn and participate anywhere you can access the internet)
A notepad and pen
Four weeks, with additional follow up
Approximate Time Requirements:
12 Hours: (Four - 1 hour live group sessions with a live Mentor, 8 Hours, self-paced with additional mentorship follow up)
One 30 minute one on one mentorship session
At Completion You Receive:
Certificate of Completion
Portfolio of completed work and proof of performance
Tax Deduction Options:
This workshop is tax deductible and is considered professional training. Click here for more information.