EDU 302 : K-6 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT, DISCIPLINE, AND LAW

This course offers effective ideas, strategies and tools for classroom management and discipline in the classroom that are within the guidelines of school law. Using literature from today’s educational leaders, students will examine and evaluate developmentally appropriate best practices of effective classroom management and discipline for grades K-6 with emphasis on behavioral norms and differences, physical space and organization, safety, and time and work management. Techniques will be explored as a means to minimizing behavior problems and establishing a productive and responsible classroom. Candidates will also be introduced to common policies and procedures for student conduct based on the law. Role play and participation in class will be a part of the course grade. Offered Jan Term and Summer 1A
Elective Course: Prerequisite Acceptance into Teacher Education; EDU372.

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