Let’s face it: Sometimes students disrupt our classes. It only takes one student to derail an entire lesson or even an entire year. Many teachers have experienced reduced support from administrators while student behavior problems seem to be increasing. And most of the time, teachers are on their own to stop disruptive behavior.

In this course, you will take a hard look at the effectiveness of your current classroom management plan and explore strategies for improving any weak spots. You’ll develop preventative techniques for stopping behavior issues before they start, such as establishing positive communication with your students’ families. In addition, you’ll create intervention strategies for when disruptive behavior does occur so that you can respond calmly and effectively to keep your class on track.

Using the proven, practical solutions from this course, you will be equipped to take back control of your classroom—starting today.