Does This sound Familiar?
Your students are running your classroom. You've been put on an improvement plan. You've read the blogs and popular recommended classroom management books, trying to piece together how to implement an effective classroom management plan but you feel like it's getting worse and nothing is working.
How can I improve my classroom management when I don't have the parents support?
I'm in a Title 1 school with mostly blacks, Hispanics, and ELL students: what if I can't connect with the students?
Parents have become far too disrespectful, and their children are even worse: how is this course going change that?
I've read most of the blogs on classroom management and still struggled with discipline all year long: how is this course any different?
I know, there can be a lot of questions and confusion when you're looking for solutions for classroom management. If you don't have a plan to follow, it can be easy to make the same mistakes, get off track, and never reach the goal of implementing an effective classroom management plan. Without guidance and support, it can be difficult to make any progress at all!
This is why I've created my step - by - step course, Managing Difficult Classrooms.
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“I had a walkthrough a month ago or more and it was a complimentary one. Specifically, my Assistant Principal said that she could tell that I was teaching routines and that she was looking forward to seeing it throughout the year (that was around the time I'd been rereading the Procedures Module and making sure I was CONSISTENTLY implementing and following through. “
Nina Weston, Managing Difficult Classrooms Student
My name is Michelle and help people like you who are tired of buying classroom management books with no real-life scenarios or no detailed suggestions for managing difficult classrooms.
A few years ago I was buying books and searching for blogs that would help me with managing students who constantly talked and were off task whenever I turned my back. I started to reflect and correct ineffective routines and procedures that weren't working with my students. The changes made a huge difference!
Now I can teach my lessons without the constant disruptions and I can't wait to help you do it too.
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What Topics Will Be Covered In The Course?
Module 1: Making connections
Getting to know your students
Connecting with your students
Module 2: Barriers to building relationships
What's your story
It's not personal
To know your students is to know their history
Module 3: Managing student behavior
Tier 1 vs. Tier 2 students: What's the difference
Tier 3 students: Who are they?
Creating a Response to Intervention Plan
Module 4: Classroom Routines and Procedures
Routines vs Procedures
Monitor your discourse
Creating routines and procedures
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"I so much enjoyed Module 2! It put some of my fears to ease."
April Thomas, Managing Difficult Classrooms Student
IS THIS THE RIGHT COURSE FOR YOU?
Who is Managing Difficult Classrooms for?
New AND experienced teachers. If you want to improve your classroom management, then this course will help you get there, no matter where you’re starting from.
Future teachers AND student teachers. You want to stock your toolbox before you get your classroom.
Upper Elementary, middle AND high school teachers. You're tired of reading blogs and books that only addresses classroom management in grades K-2.
Suburban AND urban teachers. You're a teacher in a suburban school that has a demographic of students that mirror an urban school district.
Who is Managing Difficult Classrooms NOT for?
Early childhood teachers. If you teach students in Pre-K and kindergarten, then this course is not for you.
Teachers who are just going through the motions. If you don't really believe that relationships are connected to classroom management.
Ladder Climbers. If you're looking for quick solution to your classroom management concerns so that you can obtain a promotion.
Teachers Looking for a Quick Fix. If you're looking for a magic solution without putting any effort or thought into fixing your classroom management problems .
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer any refunds or guarantees?
If you finish the course, implement my strategies, and don't see any results, then you can email me within 30 days of purchase (a whole month!) for a full refund.
How long do I have access to this course?
You'll have lifetime access to the course materials, which will continuously be updated with any new strategies, videos, and course materials.
What format is the course content delivered in?
The course materials are shared as video content, Power Point Slides, and a reflection journal.
Are there any discounts for groups?
10 licenses can be purchased for one payment of $1500. Purchase orders are not accepted.
Can I earn continuing education hours to renew my teaching certificate?
If you live in Texas you can earn continuing education hours. Please check with your state’s education department to make sure that you can receive credit for your course work.