Mind Your Manners: Teaching Students to Use Proper Etiquette
3 Graduate Level or In-service Credits/ 45 hours Instructor Valerie Hanley October 1-30, November 1-30, December 1-30, January 3-30, March 1-30, April 1-29, August 1-30
PEDC 9156 University of the Pacific
EDCI 649- 009 Andrews University
People today, more than ever, need reminders on how to behave properly in social situations. Technology has increased the speed of everyday life to the point where politeness and civility towards others has diminished or almost disappeared completely. Teaching our students how to treat one another properly is so essential to helping them succeed in life, and it also helps to improve our world in general. This course will help you design simple and fun lessons and activities to teach your students proper etiquette and communication skills.
This course is relevant to all who work in schools with children ages 5-21 in both regular and special education settings. This course has been designed for all school administrators, regular and special education teachers (grades K-12 and ages 5 to 21), special area teachers (gym, art, music, technology) school psychologists, school counselors, guidance counselors, social workers, speech and language therapists or speech pathologists and occupational or physical therapists.
December 1-30, January 3-30, March 1-30, April 1-29, August 1-30, October 1-30, November 1-30, December 1-30