Classroom Management for Today’s Schools (Online) (5.9-6.12.22)

Classroom Management for Today’s Schools (Online) (5.9-6.12.22)

May 9th

Jason Guerin

Date: May 9 – June 12, 2022
Course #: EDMA 288:611
Credit Hours: 1
Instructor: Jason Guerin
Registration Deadline: May 9@5:00 p.m.

This 1-credit hour course provides teachers, staff members, para-educators, and administrators with researched based strategies to help guide the classroom climate and culture by utilizing the text A Handbook for Classroom Management that Works by Robert J. Marzano, Barbra R. Gaddy, Maria C. Foseid, Mark P. Foseid, and Jana S. Marzano. The course will provide proven strategies that will assist with the development of rules and procedures, assist with discipline and consequences, help foster professional teacher-student relationships, guidance on the mental set, student responsibility, getting off to a good start, and how to handle management at the school level. Participants will be asked to critically reflect and adapt their pedagogues as they learn, reflect and process new information through readings, activities, and discussions. A highly engaging class, it is designed to offer participants important information and requires meaningful application to their professional lives.

This course is presented completely online and self-paced. Participants are expected to access the course and post regularly (at least once a week) and make reasonable progress, but there are no due dates attached to individual assignments to provide flexibility and to better accommodate participants’ busy schedules. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE END OF THE COURSE TO TRY TO COMPLETE EVERYTHING.

Required Materials:
A Handbook for Classroom Management that Works, Robert J. Marzano ISBN-13:978-0135035818

This class is available for License Renewal, Graduate, Paraeducator or Audit credit.

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    1. The Syllabus gives information of what will be expected of you in the course. Generally, it will include course policies, rules and regulations, required texts, and a schedule of assignments;
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