July 5 - August 13
This course covers current practices of classroom management for gifted, regular, and special needs students, focusing on an integration of theory and practice. Special attention is given to the development of both individual and group management skills. Participants will analyze and evaluate motivation theory as it relates to behavior and become familiar with classroom management techniques that identify specific target behaviors, and develop positively based behavioral strategies. Participants will explore the diverse causes of student disruption, aggressiveness, and defiance, and evaluate strategies that reduce or eliminate these behaviors. Students will analyze recent Federal and State laws defining bullying and harassment, and expectations for educators in reporting and handling bullying and harassment. Students will learn practical strategies for improving home-school relations. Strategies taught in this course will utilize text books for middle and high school grade levels. Instructor-led asynchronous graduate-level course conducted by Dr. Dixie Diamond in English.
Required Textbooks: (1) Classroom Management for Middle and High School Teachers, 10th ed. and (2) Child and Adolescent Development
- 60 Professional Development Points: $540
- 3 Graduate Credits:
- PEDD 9179 University of the Pacific: $875
- PDED 504ID Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU): $955
- EDU 6130 Ashland University: (register and pay the university directly) $1050