PEDC 9044 The Respectful Classroom
3 Graduate Level or In-Service Credits/ 45 hours Instructor: Janice McLachlan December 1-30, February 1-28, August 1-30
University of the Pacific
How would you characterize behavior in your classroom? How could your classroom learning environment be different if you could foster a culture of dignity and respect? Learn how to facilitate Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies to increase student academic achievement and positive behavior in your classroom. Create a school community with lasting partnerships to increase student learning time and educational success. Study data driven research and an evidence based approach that will effectively support decision making, social competence and successful academic outcomes in your classroom. Educators will study a wide variety of models that will benefit their classroom instruction. The focus of the course will be to create a proactive plan that will work for you. If there is not respect, learning will not rise to its fullest potential. Teach your students pro-social skills and behaviors that encourage integrity and accountability for life. This course is appropriate for all educators grades P-12 including: ELA, Mathematics, S.S., Science, Physical Education. LOTE, the Arts, Special Education Guidance Counselors, Social Workers, School Psychologists. The CCSS is addressed.
December 1-30, February 1-28, August 1-30