A Healthy Classroom—Group dynamics in the classroom. How to utilize relationships in the classroom.
The non-verbal communication skills offered in this training will positively influence the group dynamics of the classroom — shifting away from discipline to positive classroom management.
Learn the techniques and gain insight into what it takes to make a healthy classroom — a course that combines theory with implementation of the science of classroom management. A Healthy Classroom is designed to help understand the hardest management situations the teacher faces — when the teacher has to grapple with both the individual and the class at the same time. A Healthy Classroom tackles classroom group dynamic situations with insight and practical axioms.
Prerequisite and audience
-While the program is open to anyone, it is intended for regular educators from second-twelfth grade who have been teaching for at least 3 years; this is because early primary and special education students tend not to operate from a group dynamic template. Having 3 years experience will add a foundation to build the "art" of this class onto. Since the concepts apply to faculties and community groups, this program is ideal for administrators, trainers, and staff developers.
Develop your classroom charisma. Learn to form relationships based on influence instead of power.
Course Objectives—This course will give you a basic understanding of behavioral styles from high accommodators (i.e., dogs) to low accommodators (i.e., cats). Anyone who has ever owned a cat and a dog instinctively knows the differences between their personalities.
Prerequisite and audience—No previous experience is necessary. While the program is open to anyone, it is intended for teachers who work with adolescents, kinesthetic-oriented students, at-risk pupils and talented/ gifted learners. Available for practicum credit.
Preserving relationships while gaining compliance in the classroom
The non-verbal communication skills offered in this training positively influence the teacher-student relationship.
Course Objective—Teachers who systematically utilize the full range of non-verbal management skills are able to reinforce consistent and fair parameters while preserving their relationships with each student, regardless of unique learning styles or cultural backgrounds.
Prerequisite and audience—No previous experience is necessary. While the program is open to anyone, it is intended for educators. Available for practicum credit.