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Classroom Management: Don't Just Survive - Thrive!

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This webinar will help teachers of any grade level gain a deeper understanding of what exactly needs to be done in order to have a positive classroom environment where students are respectful and learning is valued. Participants will take away specific skills and plans that will help teachers focus more on student learning and achievement and less on disruptive students and off-task behaviors.

You will walk away from this webinar knowing:

  • How to tell the difference between when your students are actively listening and when they're just hearing you

  • The student behaviors that veer teachers off their lesson plans and how to avoid getting off-task

  • How to identify the bad habits that are actually encouraging disruptive behavior and discouraging on-task behavior

  • Which battles to fight and which ones are best ignored

  • How to communicate with students in a way that encourages mutual respect and maximum productivity


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, August 11, 2011 @ 4:30 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Credit Hours: 1
Categories: Classroom Management, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tags: Classroom Management, Response to Intervention (RTI)

Reviews (18)

Full Member
Great Info!
Uplifting and encouraging. Thank you!!
Full Member
Very useful information.
Full Member
Useful information, thanks for sharing!
Basic Member
Extremely helpful. Hit the nail on the head. Good to have affirmation about not always warning. Just have system and enforce it.
Full Member
Excellent information. I will check out your website.
Basic Member
Practical approaches with theoretical backing
Basic Member
Very helpful presentation.
Basic Member
Great job and very well done!!!
Basic Member
Very reflective, helpful, and practical webinar. Appreciate the example of Darren applies these in his classroom. Look forward to trying some of these things in my own classroom. This would probably work nicely with dojo.
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