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As a result of this course, teachers will explore classroom management systems they can set up in their classroom to ensure they are maximizing learning and practice time in their classroom. It will help to ensure that teachers begin teaching content with structures already in place all the while building investment in students

Through this course, teachers will be able to dissect classroom culture into classroom management and classroom investment. They will deep dive into classroom management and learn about the role of classroom culture in providing excellent education. As teachers, you will be able to learn various classroom strategies that you can use from the very next day in your classroom and create an excellent classroom culture in your class.

 Thank you for embarking on this journey. For an effective learning experience, please switch off any notifications, use a notebook to write down your learning and questions as you take the course.


This course meets the following standards:

 1. Teaching as Leadership(TAL):


  • E-5 Implement and practice time- saving procedures (for transitions, dissemination and collection of supplies or homework, etc.) to maximize time spent on learning: 
  1. Explains procedures clearly when needed, sometimes avoiding in-depth directions because more than half the students know and follow established procedures
  2. "Effectively reinforces procedures when they break down"
  3. Most procedures run adequately with teacher's facilitation and/or intervention 


  • E-4 Communicates high expectations for behavior by teaching, practicing and reinforcing rules and consequences so that students are focused on working hard: 
  1. Communicates expectations clearly and assertively as necessary, sometimes avoiding in depth discussions of expectations because they are reasonably established                    
  2. Effectively uses the same techniques to respond justly and similarly to comparable misbehaviors while maintaining students’ dignity
  • P-5 Establish age-appropriate long- and short- term behavioral management plans (rules and consequences) so that, if students comply, the amount and value of instructional time is maximized :
  1. Crafts rules that address a core set of needs in the classroom
  2. Crafts rules that are technically clear and positively stated
  3. Crafts consequences that are reasonable and logical 
  4. Designs initial plan that clearly introduces rules and consequences to students 


  • P-6 Design classroom procedures (for transitions, collecting and handing out papers, taking roll, etc.) that provide structure to students and maximize the amount and value of instructional time:
  1. Plans procedures that address a core set of inefficiencies in the classroom
  2. Designs procedures that enable the class to run more smoothly 
  3. Designs initial plan that clearly introduces procedures to students 

 2. CENTA:

CC.1.1a: Understanding of common classroom management techniques for involvement, positive disciplining, addressing diversity etc. in different types of classroom settings.

CC.1.1b: Ability to organise the classroom and its facilities to ensure physical safety, comfort and emotional security of the students.

CC.4.2a: Ability to effectively utilize resources for a conducive learning environment


Course Duration in Hours: Approx. 2-3 hours
Skill Level: Beginner
Certificate On Mail: Yes

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