Syllabus.doc - Classroom Management Dr L Octavia Tripp CTEE 4190 Cohort 2019 CTEE 4190 \u2013 Tripp August 5 2017 CTEE 4190 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Class Time

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Classroom Management Dr. L. Octavia Tripp CTEE 4190 Cohort 2019
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CTEE 4190 – Tripp August 5, 2017 CTEE 4190: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Class Time: Thursday– 1:00 pm Credit Hours : 3 semester hours Prerequisites: Admission to Teacher Education Instructor: Dr. L. Octavia Tripp Office: Haley 5016 Office Hours: Thursday 1:00 – 4:00 pm Monday & Wednesday by appointment only Tuesday – 11:00am – 1:00 pm Telephone: 334-844-6799 E-mail: [email protected] Required Text: Evertson, C. & Emmer,E. (2017). Classroom Management for Elementary Teachers, Pearson, 10th edition, ISBN 10: 0-13- 402894-5 Required materials : Any such materials that you will need to complete an assignment, for example; folders, markers, colored pencils, paper, and etc. The instructor in many cases will try and provide materials that may be needed for investigations but in some cases, you may be responsible for those items. Recommended but not required: Membership in Alabama Education Association (AEA) Additional Information: You should get in the habit of checking your canvas daily for possible announcements and handouts. The instructor has the right at anytime to modify or make changes to the course that will be beneficial to the class.
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CTEE 4190 – Tripp August 5, 2017 There may be some assignments that are given that do not appear in the course content. You will only be able to use your electronic devices if they are to be used for classroom assignments as instructed by the instructor of the class. If you have an emergency you may step out of the class and handle those emergencies. If electronic devices are use in the class you will be asked to put them away or place them in the device bucket for the remaining of the present class. All devices will be picked up from the device bucket at the end of the class period. Course Description: Through reading, discussion, and application of field placements, students will study classroom management issues and effective methods and strategies for first year teachers pertaining to inclusive/multicultural K-6 classrooms. Products for classroom use will be created. Core Experiences: · Professional dispositions, expectations, and obligations – virtual mock interview · School orientation – materials, information, technology, and support · Classroom management plan – rules, procedures, and routines · Positive classroom climate – teacher attitudes and approaches · Intrinsic and Extrinsic motivation – strategies · Effective teaching characteristics and the Alabama PEPE observation instrument · Teacher and student temperament/learning styles · Cooperative learning, peer tutoring, and student centers · Behavior contracts and difficult student discipline cases Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Identify professional behavior, dispositions, and obligations of a classroom teacher. 2.c1, 2.c2, 2.c 3, 2. Find the school resources and information needed to prepare for beginning teaching. 2.b1, 2.b 2, 2b.3, 2b, 5, 3. Create a classroom management plan that includes parent communication, rules of student conduct, procedures and routines, and assessment and grading. 2d,1,
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