Classroom Management
What You'll Learn

You will learn how to create a student centered learning community that is supportive of all students.

Who Should Apply
  • K12 Educators
  • Education Support Professionals
  • Aspiring Educators
6
micro-
credentials
15
Approximate hours each
Description
This stack is designed to help classroom educators the develop skills to successfully build a community of learners. You will have and opportunity to explore classroom organization and routines as well as discover new ways to support students who have behavioral challenges due to trauma or other circumstances.
ProgramDescriptionAction
Addressing Challenging Behaviors
Educator demonstrates an understanding and application of multiple strategies when addressing challenging classroom behaviors to meet the needs of all learners.
Types of Evidence Required: written artifact, SMART goal analysis, pamphlet/brochure

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Aspects of an Engaged Classroom
Educator demonstrates an understanding of the value of student engagement in classroom management to promote an environment that is conducive to learning.
Types of Evidence Required: written artifacts, video

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Classroom Expectations and Routines
Educator demonstrates an understanding of successful use of classroom expectations and routines to promote an environment that is conducive to learning.
Types of Evidence Required: chart, video analysis (video upload not required)

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Creating A Classroom Community
The educator understands the importance of building key relationships for a positive classroom community.
Types of Evidence Required: video OR photo journal OR student work samples PLUS written artifacts

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Organizing the Physical Layout of the Classroom
Educator demonstrates an understanding of how organizing the physical layout of his or her classroom can contribute to a positive learning environment.
Types of Evidence Required: written artifacts, video OR photo of drawing OR photo journal

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Trauma-Informed Pedagogy
Educator demonstrates an understanding of how trauma can affect student behaviors and responses within the school context and promotes students’ abilities to self-monitor and maintain positive engagement in all aspects of learning and interactions.
Types of Evidence Required: written artifacts, pamphlet OR brochure

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