Best Practices in Classroom Management
One of the most difficult elements of teaching is student incivility and disruptive behaviors in the classroom. As faculty, this is an area in which we receive little formal training, yet it is our responsibility to attend to classroom management issues so that we maintain effective learning environments. In this panel discussion, seasoned faculty will draw from their experiences to directly answer your questions. We will solicit questions in advance and, in order to get through as many of them as possible, panelists will each have a limited time to respond.
-Provide your specific classroom management questions
-Hear best practices in classroom management from XULA faculty
-Share your own success stories
- Led by: Mike Adams (Chemistry), Wendy Gaudin (History) and Elliott Hammer (Psychology)
- Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2008
- Time: 3:30 PM - 04:30 AM
- Location: Library, Room 501
- Sponsor: CAT
- More info: www.cat.xula.edu/cat
Note: Refreshments will be served. No need to RSVP.
To register: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Olivia Crum (ext7512)
Tags: classroom management
Event ID: 00950