Solving Classroom Discipline Problems

Solving Classroom Discipline Problems
Instructor-Led Course
Hours: 24
Duration of Access: 6 weeks
Start Dates: Oct 15, Nov 12, Dec 10, Jan 21
18,442 Students
have taken this course.

Reviews

As a third year teacher this course was very timely. It made great sense and I am utilizing what I learned.

Even as a veteran teacher, I felt that I benefited from the content of this class.

I found the course material very helpful and timely. It reinforced many of my practices and challenged me to change others or to refine my approach to certain situations.

I have attended many workshops and seminars on behavior management, but I consider your course to be one of the "BEST!". Your lessons were well organized and full of ideas that I took straight to my classroom. Thank you!!

I loved this class. I think everyone needs to take this class, especially parents. I think they need to make this class mandatory to new parents and teachers. I have learned so much from this class and will need to refer to my notes often until I can use this information as easy as I can write my name. Thanks for offering this class and with this instructor.

I think this was one of the best courses I have ever taken. I am going to suggest to our principal that this course be recommended for all of the staff in our school. The 5-step method is an excellent approach to discipline. Thank you Dr. Thompson!

This course really made me think about things I could change in my classroom management. I really enjoyed the teacher-student situations.

This was a wonderful course. I learned a lot from it, and I also implemented some of the models and strategies in my classroom. They really work!

What a wonderful instructor. I am a single mother with four children and I found this class to be very helpful to me, not only in my classroom, but in my own home as well.

Wonderful course, it sure turned this old Air Force Staff Sergeant around. I can't believe the knowledge and wisdom I received from this course. It has made a positive change in my classroom. Now, I feel like my second career choice to be a teacher was the right one. With more practice, I know it can only get better.