Classroom Management Online2

Professional Development

K-12 and in COLLEGES

"The best time to solve a problem is before it starts!"
Stephanie Barnard
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Classroom Management Online Course
   for K-12 teachers - $288*
   for college teachers - $398*
Classroom Management Individual Tutorial
   for K-12 teachers - $288*
   for college teachers - $ 398*
3-6 hour Classroom Management Module/Session
   for K-12 teachers - $198*
   for college teachers - $198*
A Self-Repair Guide
   for locating/solving your specific classroom management problems K-12 - $98*

OR: Email-Consult Privately with Prof. Seeman to Solve Your Problems* (click for more info)

Click here to select one from above *Services above may be a tax deductible business expense.
"Dr. Seeman has created one of the most beneficial courses for educators."

Classroom Management Online Course

We offer a seven-week, 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 FAQs). This comprehensive and effective course is led by Howard Seeman, Ph.D., an expert on handling disruptive behavior who has taught classroom management, educational psychology, course-content methods, and supervised teachers since 1970. The course is based on books used by school districts, administrators, teachers, and teacher trainers in more than 45 states in the U.S. and in at least 10 countries and international schools since 1988:

Participants get help with their own specific concerns—for example, what to do when students:

  • call out
  • are disrespectful or disruptive
  • don't do the homework
  • talk in class
  • cheat
  • curse
  • fight
  • come in late
  • use drugs
  • etc.

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. See the syllabus.

Upon successful completion of the course, each participant will receive:

Classroom Management Individual Tutorial

We start out with you explaining some of the problems you have had and telling me (Prof. Howard Seeman) your current job-work situation (all totally private and confidential). For each problem, I will suggest what sections of the book to read Preventing Classroom Discipline Problems (Table Of Contents) to help you stop the causes of these problems and/or how to eliminate them. To help you practice these remedies, I will also show you on a video/DVD (in live-action) what the ineffective teacher does vs. the effective teacher, and give you some exercises to try that will help you improve these new skills. All of this re-training is done at your own pace via emails at your convenience from you to me to you.

Classroom Management Module

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, and short reactions/exercises from the chapters - to help you apply these to specific concerns in your teaching. The module is completed at your convenience, via email.

Classroom Management Self-Repair Guide

Locates/handles/prevents sources of discipline problems with: self-training exercises, guidelines, checklists, a DVD that demonstrates the "fixes", and teachers sharing similar problems/solutions. A Solutions Resource!

A sample of the classroom management issues addressed in all of the above

  1. Do you have some suggestions to curtail cheating in my classroom?
  2. I have this kid in my class who always...
  3. I have a lot of discipline problems, like... Can you help?
  4. How can I train educators to PREVENT discipline problems?
  5. How can I stop kids from looking in my classroom door who disrupt...?
  6. What is the best procedure for...?
  7. Are there some computer resources that can help me...?
  8. What is the best rule for... and how can I enforce it?
  9. Can you help me with REWARDS instead of punishments for...?
  10. What is the best way to handle students who...?
  11. Can you suggest some better, more exciting methods for teaching this usually boring subject:_________?
  12. I am a substitute teacher, and often a cluster teacher, can you help me with...?
  13. How much of a person/friend should I be with my students?
  14. ...and many other concerns. See the Table of Contents for the course text.

These professional development offerings are very useful for...

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  1. K-12 teachers and college teachers who are experiencing classroom disruptive behavior, and/or difficult student relationships, especially where it is negatively impacting their teaching and evaluations and/or wish to fulfill N.C.L.B. course requirements. (See FAQs.)
  2. Teachers who want to get ready for a new school year / new semester / marking period—so that they can get off to a good start with regard to classroom rules, procedures, homework policies, etc.  "The best time to solve a problem is before it starts."   "A little work now will make my whole school year better!"
  3. New teachers, college education professors, and consultants who are applying for jobs and want to add this credential to their resume.
  4. More...

Professional Reviews

Classroom Management Resources

Prof. Seeman's Keynote Speech: Preventing College Disruptive Behavior

Getting more Classroom Management help...

Want to register for this course? Click Here
Classroom Management Training handbook Preventing Discipline ProblemsWant information on purchasing the Books: Preventing Classroom Discipline Problems, K-12 and Classroom Management Training Handbook, including the training Video? Click Here
Classroom Management Training handbookWant information on purchasing the Book: Preventing Disruptive Behavior in Colleges; A Classroom and Campus Handbook for Higher Education? Click Here
Want information on consulting with the instructor, confidentially, FREE, then on a "per question fee basis"? Click Here
Want information about having an online classroom management consultant for your school's staff? Click Here
Want information on having Prof. Seeman give a talk or workshop at your school or college? Click Here
Want help doing a workshop for your staff on Classroom Management? Click Here
Want membership in The Educator's Support Forum? Click Here


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