In this Madera Classroom Management Method (MCMM) course, students will be provided the fundamental skills to be an effective classroom teacher. Research-based strategies will be used to focus on classroom management in addition to instruction and motivation to ensure a quality learning environment.
Participants will complete a series of 10, two-hour trainings from September through April. Teachers will be asked to implement, document, analyze data, and write a summary report about the changes occuring in their classroom before and after implementing the MCMM strategies. Documentation and summary report will total 40 hours.
Number of Units: 4.0 Units of graduate level extension credit in semester hours
Course Format: Classroom sessions and outside documentation and summary
Instructor: Steve Thornton, Madera Unified School District Coordinator of Beginning Teacher Support, [email protected]
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