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GPTK739 - Strategies for Classroom Management

Each class and group of learners brings different challenges that are sometimes expected, and other times impossible to predict. How can we best navigate the difficult situations that arise? This workshop will present practical classroom management strategies to help teachers deal with a variety of challenging situations. Participants will examine scenarios and potential causes for common challenges, and explore techniques to maintain a productive classroom environment.


By the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:
1. Identify techniques for fostering student engagement and responsibility in the classroom
2. Identify classroom management techniques for challenging situations
3. Develop a tool kit of strategies that fits with their personal teaching style


Carol Hawthorne is a Curriculum Developer in the Centre for Teaching and Learning at Concordia University and a teacher at the university’s Centre for Continuing Education. As an instructional designer, she practices constructive alignment and is especially interested in student engagement. As an educator, her focus is on active learning methodologies and developing meta-cognitive strategies to help students become better learners.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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