Reading / Language Arts

Instructional Strategies

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Transforming Instruction with Technology

Classroom Management / Creating Effective Learning Environments

Beginning Teachers

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School-wide Programs – Title I, Part A


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Highly Qualified Teacher Title II, Part A

Rights & Responsibilities in the Disciplinary Process

Humboldt State University - Pricing & Details

Information for Humboldt State University
  • Tuition: $125.00
  • Tuition: $115.00
  • (You Save: $10.00)
  • Number of: Hours 15
  • 1 university semester credits, 1 university quarter credits
    (university fees are additional)
  • System Requirements
  • Syllabus

Course Description:

This course will guide teachers and administrators toward understanding their school’s discipline policies and to better understand and manage disruptive and violent behaviors. It is designed to help create and maintain save and orderly environments. Participants will identify the practical and legal definitions of force as well as their rights and responsibilities, particularly regarding the use of physical restraint. They will also learn to correctly describe and document incidents and explore strategies and techniques that are preventative. This course is an essential tool for all school personnel.

Course Objectives:

  • To investigate teacher and administrator rights and responsibilities in regards to the school’s discipline policies.
  • To adopt non-physical strategies and techniques while disciplining.
  • To define and interpret legal terms regarding use of physical restraint.
  • To correctly describe and document responses to disruptive incidents.