Classroom Management

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Classroom management refers to skills teachers use daily to supervise and organize time, materials and activities, while keeping children safe. From the rules and routines to the activities, each component needs to be planned and followed through with children to ensure they are learning through play throughout the day.

Course Information

Classroom management is a term used to refer to a large spectrum of skills teachers use every day to supervise and organize time, materials and activities throughout the day, while keeping children safe. From the rules and routines to activities, each component needs to be planned and followed through to ensure children are learning through play throughout the day. When classroom management is not in place, the classroom can be a chaotic and even dangerous place for children.

This online course offers a multitude of tips on ways to strengthen your classroom management routines.

Funding for this 2-hour training was provided by the Workforce Solutions as part of their Early Care and Education Quality Improvement initiative.

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