U.S. Classroom Management and Instructional Professional Development
Affordable, U.S. Classroom Management and Instructional Professional Development for ESL Teachers
Date: August 14-15 Saturday and Sunday
Duration: 3 hours (per session)
Time: 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Timzone: US MDT ( GMT-6)
ESL teachers in Japan and Asia Pacific. Newer teachers or those who have little or no experience in classroom management training.
- Increase student learning engagement and motivation
- Build safe and comfortable learning environments
- Maintain high ratios of positive interactions with student
The objective of this course is to develop your classroom expectations, procedures and routines, and instructional strategies to motivate and engage your students in learning.
When thinking about much of your professional development, do the words lacking or irrelevant come to mind? Looking for instructional strategies that keep students engaged and motivated to learn?
Your instructor Jason Maxwell, a 19-year veteran leader in education, will give you the positive and proactive classroom management and instructional strategies taught to U.S. public school teachers. You’ll learn strategies that boost student learning motivation and engagement, maintain safe and comfortable learning environments, create more positive interactions with your students, and structure your classroom management and instruction for success.
- Increase instructional time with classroom procedures and routines
- Create classroom behavior expectations for learning and socializing
- Motivate and engage students with multiple opportunities to respond and lesson scaffolding with TWYRR
- Build comfortable learning environments through positive interactions, student monitoring, and quick corrections
- Structuring classrooms for fluent learning and movement Modeling, guiding, and releasing using the TWYRR strategy Learning positive and proactive approaches of interactions Creating procedures and routines to maximize instruction
- Using instructional routines and structure for lesson opening, body, and conclusion
- Developing, teaching and practicing response signals, procedures and routines, and giving students multiple opportunities to learn Observing and monitor learning and social behavior for needed quick corrections