SIEC Support: Classroom Management
For Grades 7-12 Prospective, New, and Veteran Educators
Classroom management is always a topic on the forefront of the minds of all educators at every level from paraprofessionals to teachers to administrators (and even parents!). The Southern Indiana Education Center has listened to feedback from our teachers and administrators and created a professional learning experience to support and provide guidance for grades 7 through 12 educators. Based on the work of Doug Lemov, Robert Marzano, and Harry & Rosemary Wong, this opportunity is packed with strategies and solid guidance for educators at different experience levels. and provides an overview of the keys to positive and proactive classroom management, using practical steps for implementation. Topics such as how to Identify and teach classroom expectations and rules, reinforcing expectations, and developing ways to decrease unwanted student behavior along with updated guidance on utilizing devices in the classroom will be included.
- Principles of effective classroom management
- How to define and teach classroom expectations and rules from the first day forward
- Exploring different methods of physical classroom set-up
- Increasing student engagement
- Reinforce classroom expectations with a range of strategies
Monday, Feb. 5th 2018 at 9am-3pm
Southern Indiana Education Center, 1102 Tree Lane Drive, Jasper, IN, 47546
*All times are Eastern time zone.
*Lunch is included in the registration.
*Each participant will receive a certificate for 6 Professional Growth Points.
*All participants should bring a laptop to use during the session.
*Registration fee is $80 per person for ESC members ($112 nonmembers)
*See registration link below.