Session Resources: Discipline in the
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This session will meet on Tuesday through Friday starting at:
11:30 am ET • 10:30 am CT • 9:30 am MT • 8:30 am PT • 7:30 am Alaska • 5:30 am Hawaii
We’ll meet for 2.5 hours, then take a 30-minute break before the start of the Panel Discussions:
- Tuesday: Schoolwide
- Wednesday: Classroom
- Thursday: Tiers 2/3
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While we all need to turn off our cameras occasionally, I do hope that you remain on camera for most of the session. I believe you’ll find that it creates a more interactive experience for all of us! Participants will also be periodically invited to unmute themselves to facilitate discussion in both large and small groups.
While Zoom can function on a variety of devices, access to a computer (or laptop) is recommended to fully participate in the activities. During the meeting, we will use various Zoom features for engagement and interacting.
Assignments will be assigned during session.
Course Outline and Objectives
- Reflect on the difficulties of maintaining good classroom management.
- Define the STOIC Framework and motivation formula to understand how they apply to classroom management.
- Reflect on how to manipulate the Structure, Teach Expectations, Observe and Provide Feedback, Interact Positively, and Correct Fluently variables to improve behaviors.
- Use the STOIC framework to address gaps in a behavior management plan.
Jacob Edwards began his career in education teaching in chemistry and biology in the inner-city of Los Angeles. Fueled by the belief that all students deserved an equal and quality education, he began to broaden his impact as an educator. For over 12 years, he worked in a variety of secondary schools, serving as both a teacher and administrator in middle and high schools across a variety of socioeconomic contexts.