Full course description
Topic: Classroom management
Date: March 11. 2024
Location: Virtually through Voice Thread
Intended Audience: Classroom teachers, administrators, school counselors, educational assistants
Description: Terry Scott says the key to effective classroom management starts with instruction. His book provides participants with strategies that draw from current evidence-based practices and real-world examples to get to the heart of effective teaching. Participants will gain insight on why instruction is the foundation for all student behavior and will be provided with practical tools for managing all types of student behaviors.
All educators are welcome to participate in the book study and we encourage you to pass this information on to your colleagues. PBIS schools still receiving grant dollars may use that money to pay for the cost of the book.
The class is set up for asynchronous learning, via VoiceThread, a platform for online learning.
VoiceThread is free and we will send out guidance so you can set up your account.
1 graduate credit through USF will be available.
Thirteen chapters are broken up over four weeks. In addition, there will be reflections and short assignments. The course begins March 11 and ends April 21. All work must be completed and turned in by April 21.
# of CECHs: 15 hours