This course offers effective ideas, strategies and tools for better behavior management in your classroom. Using literature from today’s educational leaders, you will study the process which creates smooth lessons despite disruptive behavior, as well as classroom management techniques which are necessary for instructional success. Minimizing and/or preventing unwanted student behavior is a goal of all educators and through this course you will be asked to self-reflect on your own classroom management style and apply “new learning’s” to your individual pedagogy.
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Teacher Ed Online offers the ability for teachers across the nation to take online courses in order to meet state requirements like CEUs Continuing Education Units, Teacher Clock Hours, or CPDUs Continuing Professional Development Units. Teachers can get teacher training and professional development in key subjects areas like Advanced Classroom Management, Early Childhood Development, Inclusion, Learning Disabilities and more. Attending teacher workshops and attending classes in classrooms can be difficult to fit into a teacher's busy schedule. When a teacher enrolls in a continuing education class with Teacher Ed Online they have one year to complete the class making it easier to manage. In addition teachers can design their own course and still gain credits by enrolling in the Self Design Course. Teacher Ed Online is an official clock hour provider in most states across the nation, but it is always strongly recommended that teachers check to make sure the course will meet state and district requirements.