The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management
Building Community, Motivation, Responsibility, and School Safety DVD
The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management series helps educators explore the four key skill areas essential to establishing an atmosphere that supports learning for all students:
- Community – Build classroom community by connecting with students personally, academically and socially.
- Motivation – Motivate student learning by welcoming all students and through energising lessons, energising ourselves and energising evaluation.
- Responsibility – Develop responsibility in students through increasing their awareness of behaviour, the connection to consequences and participation in classroom decision-making.
- School Safety – Make and Keep students safe by using routines and procedures, defusing power struggles and teaching them how to handle difficult situations.
Each of the four video programs in this workshop focuses on one of these skills and includes proven and research-based strategies from experts Richard L. Curwin and Allen N. Mendler. Participants will also see these powerful strategies in action in dramatised and actual scenes in the primary, middles years and secondary school settings.
Appropriate for professional development in years P–12, The Four Keys to Effective Classroom and Behavior Management series includes four 20-minute videos and the 78-page facilitator’s guide with scripting for the facilitator and activities and handouts for the participants.
|Publish date||2013-02-28 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Solution Tree Inc|