EDUC 687 - Managing the Learning Environment
This course is designed for practicing professionals (regular and special educators, school psychologists and counselors) as well those in leadership roles who function as advisors to teachers who serve children and youth that present behavioral challenges in the school or community. Using a case study approach it will revisit the theoretical models of human behavior and examine ways to analyze, identify, change, and maintain positive behavior in the classroom or community. An emphasis will be placed on the student’s leadership role as reflective practitioner who, as an agent of change, can advise in the establishment of class and school wide policies to effectively manage the learning environment.
Credit Hours: 3
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