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PREVENTING DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR
K-12 and in COLLEGES
"The best time to solve a problem is before it starts!"
"Dr. Seeman has created one of the most beneficial courses for educators."
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A seven week, online, confidential, distance learning course and professional seminar, or individual tutorial on classroom management and the preventing and handling of classroom disruptive behavior in elementary, middle school, high school and college classrooms. (45 credit hours; See: Frequently Asked Questions.) Based on the books: Preventing Discipline Problems, K-12, Classroom Management Training Handbook, and Preventing Disruptive Behavior in Colleges (See Reviews), and the training Video, used by school districts, administrators, teacher trainers and teachers in more than 45 states coast to coast in the U.S., and in more than ten overseas countries and international schools since 1988. Participants will get help with their own specific concerns: for example, what to do when students call out, are disrespectful, disruptive, don't do the homework, talk in class, cheat, curse, fight, come in late, use drugs.... You will learn not only the best classroom procedures, rewards and warning-steps that work, but also effective ways to prevent and handle classroom behavior problems. The course/tutorial also works on helping the stressed "person inside the teacher", the most influential tool in the classroom. Course Procedures. About the Instructors.
An Individual Course Tutorial can also be arranged. This tutorial has total confidentiality and privacy, even if you are referred by a school administrator. Cost? See Registration Form. For more information contact Professor Seeman at: Hokaja@aol.com.
Also, a 3-6 hour module in "Classroom Management" can be arranged (with certification and reference letter upon completion) for teachers/professors who are required to fulfill this kind of mandate from, e.g., an administrator, or teachers/professors who just want to improve their handling of disruptive behavior - all with total confidentiality and privacy, even if you are referred by a school administrator. The module consists of help directly from Prof. Seeman, with guided readings from one of the books and the training video at Pro-Ed Media: Book/Video/CD, and short reactions/exercises from the chapters - to help you apply these to your specific concerns in your teaching. The module is completed at your convenience, via email. Cost? See: Registration Form. For more information, you can contact Professor Seeman at: Hokaja@aol.com.What is Wrong with Traditional Teacher Education
Prof. Seeman's Keynote Speech: Preventing College Disruptive Behavior
Upon successful completion of the course, each participant will receive:
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