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Course Description

Please see computer prerequisite C in the Registration Information for minimum computer requirements. This course asks participants to think about classroom management as a way of interacting with students. It suggests that cooperation and enthusiasm for learning are not things that teachers build in students; rather, they are behaviors and attitudes that teachers help students recognize within themselves. The strategies presented will emphasize helping students discover that they want to be cooperative, active learners. Among other learning goals, this course will allow teachers to explore intent. Educators will consider what they bring to the student-teacher relationship, and examine how personality, background, and biases influence interaction with students. Also investigates how an engaging curriculum can help eliminate most classroom management challenges. Explores why it's important to give students a voice in the classroom, along with the strategies for doing so. Lastly, the course explores several classroom management models and determines how those approaches can be adapted.
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