Teaching Tools for Classroom Management (ECE)
4 Hours Annual Training
New enrollments are set-up during the following times:
Monday - Friday 7 am – 8 pm pst
Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 8 pm pst
Registrations that are submitted after enrollment hours will be processed the next morning. You will receive an email with your log-in information to access the course within an hour after we open the next business day.
Enrollment Expires 1 Year from the Date of Payment
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This course MAY be mobile friendly. However, because every device is different, we are unable to guarantee compatibility. Our student support staff is unable to provide technical support when students are attempting to use an iPad, tablet or cell phone to complete an online course. Use of an iPad, tablet, or cell phone is at your own risk.
Teachers with all levels of experience use classroom management to meet their daily routines, student expectations, and behavioral challenges among other things. It is a central component to a well-run classroom setting of any kind. Early childhood programs and traditional classrooms of all levels can benefit from a clever classroom management plan. This course will give new and veteran teachers alike a fresh perspective on classroom management as well as some unique and engaging ideas to apply to the classroom environment. There are several interactive pieces in this training as well as hypothetical situations and educator experience articles. This course will provide an overview of mistaken behavior and how child care professionals can understand the behavior and respond appropriately after creating and documenting any patterns on an ABC Chart.
CDA Unit 7: Observing and Recording Children's Behavior (4 hours)
Training Delivery Method: Online
Content Focus Group:
- Special Needs
Training Type: Annual Continuing Education Training
Training Level: 2
Training Language(s): English
- Apply new classroom management skills to their program
- Discuss the purpose of classroom management
- Analyze several hypothetical classroom management plans and make necessary corrections
- Identify a positive approach to guidance
- Design an ABC Chart to document behavior patterns
- Demonstrate the use of an ABC Chart
- Enjoyed the training and find it useful and relevant to my position Posted by Emelyn on 3rd Feb 2016
All parts of the training were valuable but I really like the video presentation the best.
- Very Helpful Posted by Gretchen on 30th Nov 2015
It is helpful that I can go back and reread something if I would l like. Very helpful I liked. The use of sign language. In the classroom. Too,
2) The information to access the online course will be sent to the email address provided during enrollment hours.
*Times shown are Pacific Standard Time. If you are in Central or Eastern Time, you will need to adjust the time accordingly.
New Enrollments Are Set-Up During the Following Times:
Monday - Friday 7 am – 8 pm
Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 8 pm
Holidays 9 am – 8 pm
3) Registrations that are submitted after enrollment hours will be processed the next morning. You will receive an email with your log-in information to access the course within an hour after we open the next business day.
4) Check your email for instructions to start the training. You will receive an email with the word PASSWORD in the subject line. Click on the link in the email, and use the log-in credential provided to access the course.
5) Attention Mobile Device Users! This training is not tested on mobile devices or designed to be used on a mobile device. We are unable to provide technical support if you are attempting to use a mobile device (cell phone, tablet, or any other device other than a computer). And though many students may find that they are able to use their mobile device to complete the course, this training was developed to be done on a computer. Use of a mobile device is at your own risk.
6) This course uses multi-media video presentations. You will be required to view videos on your computer or mobile device in order to complete this course. Some students may find that they need to download Shockwave, Flash player or Java to view videos.
7) Some students may find that they have to update their internet browser, or Java, in order to log into the course, this is most often the case when trying to use Internet Explorer. We recommend Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome for the best results. Our student support staff is happy to assist students with troubleshooting should you encounter technical issues, and will provide common suggestions for solving problems that occur when normal browser maintenance or application updates need to occur.
8) Cancellations and refunds requested within 72 hours after enrollment are available for courses/programs that have NOT been accessed. Refunds and Cancellations will be charged a 20% cancellation fee.
9) Once you log in and start a course, a refund is not available. After 72 hours, the payment credit can be transferred to a different training or to a new student if the training was not started by the original student for up to 30 days after enrollment.
10) Refunds are not available after 72 hours.
11) Refunds are not available for courses/programs that have been started.
12) Washington students must submit an evaluation form with a valid STARS ID number upon completion of the course and a certificate will be emailed to you. Certificates are prepared throughout the day, 7 days a week.
13) Completed courses are recorded in MERIT Monday through Friday, throughout the day continuously, between 8 am and 3 PM. If you complete your training in the evening or over the weekend, it will be recorded on the next business day during those hours.
14) During the last two weeks of December, expect longer processing times for enrollment and certificates due to the high volume enrollments and completed trainings during the year end rush. We recommend enrolling and completing your training prior to the end of December whenever possible.