Great instructional skills won’t matter if students in the classroom are disengaged and out of control. Fostering and displaying appropriate students behavior expectations are achieved through a well-managed and organized classroom. Classroom Management and Classroom Organization have to be considered as high priorities and areas of concern. When preventive, proactive, and positive approach is evident in a classroom, then it ensures that learning is on its course. Creating a focused and nurturing classroom will empower students to be more responsible for their own behavior, an increased in learning will be demonstrated and gives the teacher more time to teach effectively and meaningfully.

      Organizing and Implementing Instruction, Monitoring Student Progress and Potentials are vital cores in achieving student’s satisfactory and exemplary academic, social, and behavioral progress. When providing instructional services, considerably, the manner of delivering instruction must be geared towards student’s individual needs, strength and weaknesses. While differentiated instructions target highly intellectual level students to uncover deeper layers of learning, simultaneously, structuring lessons to support lower level students or students with learning disabilities (both identified or unidentified) is so significant in meeting and achieving student’s maximum potentials of learning.

Course curriculum

    1. Introduction

    1. Pre- session Self- Assessment

    2. Lecture

    3. Quiz 1

    4. Classroom Management Checklist

    5. Explanation- Handling Misbehavior

    1. Lecture 1

    2. Lecture 2

    3. Assessment

    1. Lecture 1

    2. Quiz

    3. Feedback

    4. Course Evaluation

    5. Summative Assessment Reaction Paper

About this course

  • $10.00
  • 14 lessons
  • 2 hours of video content