Collaboration in Classroom Management
Course Duration: 20 hours - 3 hours
Goetz, Hunt & Soto (2002) investigated how collaboration between professionals within the classroom usually increases their sense of self-efficacy. Furthermore, time and time again, it's been proven to increase student participation and participant satisfaction with the process and results.
With this knowledge in mind, this module was formulated to explore the main principles of classroom management. Educators need to be aware of the boundaries and dynamics that characterise the educator-student and the teacher-LSE relationships.
Principles of leadership and management
Managing the 21st-century classroom
Investigating the teacher-LSE relationship
Building an emotionally safe and engaging environment in class
Legal and ethical practices
Sensitivity to the learning environment
Classroom teamwork psychology
During this module, our students will:
Compare and contrast the manager, leader and administrator roles.
Learn how to collaborate with the teacher when it comes to managing classroom resources.
Learn how to assist the teacher with physically organising and decorating the classroom.
Identify the essential classroom ground rules that need to be implemented to promote a safe and inclusive environment.
Develop behaviour management strategies that are specifically designed to aid children with special needs.
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