This edWebinar looks beyond the child and exploring classroom management. Participants will analyze contextual elements, interactions, and classroom variables that might contribute to challenging behaviors.
This edWebinar will unpack the specific practices that coaches and teachers are using to implement research-backed classroom management strategies.
This edWebinar will provide specific insights into the steps that teachers can take to ensure they build a positive, highly engaged culture in the classroom.
Hear from two elementary educators who will share their first-hand experiences with movement-based learning used in their classrooms to reinforce skills and administer formative assessments.
In this edWebinar, participants will learn strategies to manage their classrooms effectively to optimize learning for young children.
Technology has become an integral element in our students’ educational journey. With the influx of diverse and multimedia instruction technology software and 1:1 programs, students have access to technology both in and out of school settings. Laptops, Chromebooks, iPads, and even cell phones are providing students with opportunities to access the internet for researching, communicating and social learning. Classroom teachers are embracing the technology as a means to provide immediate feedback, assess student understanding and interact with both parents and students.
Bad behavior is a snowball effect—it grows and grows until it can’t be stopped. If teachers don’t have a system in place for addressing that behavior from the beginning of the year, they will appear to have a lack of credibility and authority. In his recent edWebinar, Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal of Republic Middle School in Missouri, went over essentials for setting the school year up for success by starting out on the right foot.
In this edWebinar, teacher coach and administrator Shannon Holden shows teachers how to immediately squash behavioral flare-ups among students during class.
The dunce cap, a ruler on the knuckles, kneeling on rice: modern teachers wouldn’t think of using these methods to correct students’ behavior. But for all the progress that schools have made in understanding and implementing effective discipline, teachers can still fall into bad habits that sabotage their own efforts to stay in command. In his recent edWebinar “Classroom Management Mistakes That Undermine Your Authority,” Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal at Republic Middle School in Missouri, explained the importance of establishing the teacher’s control from the first day of school and the common mistakes educators make when trying to maintain a productive educational environment.
In this edWebinar, Michelle Salcedo, M.Ed., Chief Academic Officer at Sunshine House Early Learning Academy, speaker, and author, provides five concrete strategies teachers can implement immediately to make their classrooms more peaceful and more fun for all.