Keys to Understanding Classroom Management - EDU 500FF
3.0 Semester Units
Register for this course now through June 30, 2013!
Manage your classroom while respectfully educating your students.
Teachers enrolled in this course will:
REQUIRED MATERIAL: One text book is required to take this course. Order text directly from the author, Life in the Family Zoo, John Platt. He will accept check or credit card payment at email: email@example.com or calling (916)402-9098. OR, www.Amazon.com may have used copies for sale.
- Be given information about the discouraged student and learn techniques to help such students
- Evaluate the effectiveness of the three styles of teaching: autocratic, permissive and democratic
- Learn how understanding the significance of birth order can help manage the classroom
- Learn how to develop social equity in the classroom as part of a classroom management system
- Learn to use choices to decrease power struggles
- Develop components of plans to help manage the classroom effectively
- Learn to recognize the difference between effective and ineffective classroom management techniques
- Study the philosophies of Alfred Adler and the teachings of Rudolf Dreikurs as they relate to classroom management
PLEASE NOTE: A streaming video will be available online to view, and course instructions will be provided to you in pdf format to download and print off yourself, under your account. The required course text is available directly from the author or used copies available at Amazon.com, at an additional cost.
Frequently Asked Question:
Can I take this class during a summer/vacation break?
Yes! It is true that the classes are best taken when you are currently teaching a classroom of live young people. However, that is not always possible and you can substitute other experiences to base your work on.
For this class:
- You can use past experiences in the classroom to respond to the assignments.
- You can create hypothetical scenarios based on your experiences.
- You can approach the task in terms of making plans for the coming year or your next session.
- You can use a friend's class.
If you have another idea, run it by us!
For course content information, contact USD Professional and Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Series: Managing the Classroom in the 21st Century
Register for courses in this series now through June 30, 2013!
PLEASE NOTE: A streaming video will be available online to view, and course instructions will be provided to you in pdf format to download and print off yourself, under your account. (EDU 500FF only, the course text for this course will be available directly from the author or used copies available at Amazon.com, at an additional cost.)
Three powerful courses that will bring teachers and students together in a common cause - Effective Classroom Management.
The courses in this series are:
EDU 500FF - Keys to Understanding Classroom Management
EDU 500FG - Managing Away Classroom Problems
EDU 500FH - The Class Meeting.
Each class includes easy-to-follow curriculum with learning plans and response forms geared for your success! Watching streaming video is part of course assignments. Access to this is provided through this website.
a. View the streaming video provided with your course instructions.
b. Read all the course guidelines and materials. Course EDU 500FF has a required text. See course website page on how to order the book.
c. Complete course assignments. All assignments are related to a classroom, not "find the answer" or research-type writing assignments.
d. Mail completed assignments to instructor.
HOW DO I RECEIVE MY COURSE INSTRUCTIONS?
After registering for courses, allow 48 business hours and then your course instructions and streaming video access will be available through this website. Log onto our website by using your email address and created password. Go to MY ACCOUNT and the course instructions and access to streaming video will be there for you to download and print/watch. Please allow 48 business hours for this access.
Questions? For course content information, contact USD Professional and Continuing Education at email@example.com.
For Independent Study classes, withdrawal and transfer requests must be in writing and received
within 4 days of registration. A $25 per course processing fee will be charged for tuition refunds.
Refunds and/or transfer requests will not be processed for any reason after this 4 day period.