Research, careful thought and planning are some of the ingredients to effective classroom management practices proven to work in inclusive classrooms. Participants in this course will learn how to create balanced classrooms with sound learning environments for inclusive settings. Examples of various settings will include co-teaching, peer coaching and collaboration, and the use of appropriate behavioral supports for struggling learners and students with disabilities. Various teaching approaches will include co-teaching, interactive teaching, parallel teaching, and the structuring of lessons and classrooms that lead to useful learning in optimal learning environments.

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Develop working familiarity with research-based strategies for classroom management practices in inclusive classroom settings.
  • Understand what differentiated classrooms look like. Analyze and plan using various teaching methods and models.
  • Align management strategy with content goals based on industry best practices for inclusive 6-8 settings.

This course is 5 hours