PDED 598E - Management for the Professional Educator
1 Graduate Credit
Management is an integral skill in all professional fields, and the job of a professional educator requires specific management skills including behavior management, time management, and materials management. Professional educators with strong classroom management skills are more successful in their jobs and have the potential for future job growth.
This course offers a foundation in understanding management both from a theoretical and practical perspective. The goal is for the learner to become a strong and confident manager of people, time and materials within the learner’s role. Insights into what strong management looks like, pitfalls of poor management, ways to improve and adapt management, and application to real-world scenarios are presented.
- Articulate a general timeline of the development of management thinking
- Identify and describe processes and systems necessary for effective management
- Examine, describe and apply management theories to challenging scenarios
Describe effective classroom management
Describe effective behavior management