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Giving Directives That Students Will Follow

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Giving Directives That Students Will Follow

Western Oregon 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
What you need to know

CE Credits Online Courses Have Been Approved for Academic Credits through Western Oregon University

  • Start anytime and work at your own convenience
  • Available 24/7 from any computer with Internet access
  • One-on-one facilitation

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Western Oregon University (WOU): WOU offers post baccalaureate, 600 graduate level credits based on the quarter system. The tuition cost is $50 per credit, plus a $10 processing fee, payable to CE Credits Online.

Step 1:
  Select your course(s) from the catalog tab above and enroll following the onscreen instructions.

Step 2: To request Western Oregon University (WOU) Credits:
Western Oregon University Registration Form

If you want WOU credit for the CE Credits Online course, you are required to submit a registration form for the course within 2 weeks of starting the class. Located on your “Student Homepage” (after you enroll) you will find a Request University Credit section under Obtaining Credits. You will select Western Oregon University and follow the instructions for requesting and paying for your WOU credits.

To ensure that you receive credit for a specific quarter, your request, registration form and payment need to be received 20 days before the end of that quarter or the first of the month, whichever one is earlier.  For example if the quarter ends on June 10th we would need to receive your request, registration form and payment by May 22nd.

Step 3:  Once the credit fee has been paid, your completion paperwork and WOU registration will be submitted to WOU 18 days prior to the quarter ending. Allow three weeks after the end of the quarter before requesting an official or unofficial transcript.

Quarter Ending date
Fall 2012  12/13/2013
Winter 2014  03/21/2014
Spring 2014  06/17/2014
Summer 2014  08/15/2014


You can find directions for requesting an official transcript on the Western Oregon University Registrar page.

Western Oregon DEP contact information
Division of Extended Programs
Western Oregon University
345 N Monmouth Ave.
Monmouth, OR 97361
Phone: 1-800-451-5767
Fax: 503-838-8473
Email: extend@wou.edu

Western Oregon University Registration Form
If you want WOU credit for the course, the Division of Extended Programs (DEP) of Western Oregon University requires completed DEP registration forms.  CE Credits Online will submit your course completion paperwork for each CE Credits Online course. Please print the Western Oregon University Registration Form and complete items #1-15, skip #14 Method of Payment. Sign and date on #16 and fax to CE Credits Online 1-425-844-4164 or mail to:

CE Credits Online
Attention: Sandra Blazevich
23224 NE 156th PL.
Woodinville, WA. 98077

CE Credits Online can not process your academic credit request without the completed Western Oregon University DEP registration form. If you have any questions please contact DEP office or visit the website: http://www.wou.edu/provost/extprogram/creditoverlay_CEONLINE.php.

Course Description

Based on the Safety, Order, and Rights™

Course Description:

Teachers and administrators learn a four-step verbal skill that will help them take responsible control of K-12 students. This online course teaches them to end power struggles and gain cooperation from resistive students. This fast and effective, choice-based approach to behavior management is being used successfully by thousands of educators. Teachers learn to develop meaningful classroom management plans for maintaining a safe and orderly classroom that maximizes learning time.

Course Objectives:

  • To examine the four-step verbal skill for giving directives to students.
  • To perform the skill and develop mastery of the techniques.
  • To adopt Safety, Order, and Rights™.
  • To formulate plans for using the technique in the classroom.
Syllabus
  • Course:
    The Constructive Discipline Series
  • Prerequisites:
    None

Course Description:

Teachers and administrators learn a four-step verbal skill that will help them take responsible control of K-12 students. This on-line course teaches them to end power struggles and gain cooperation from resistive students. This fast and effective, choice-based approach to behavior management is being used successfully by thousands of educators. Learn to develop meaningful plans for maintaining a safe and orderly classroom that maximizes learning time.

Course Objectives:

  • To examine the four-step verbal skill for giving directives to students.
  • To perform the skill and develop mastery of the techniques.
  • To adopt Safety, Order, and Rights™.
  • To formulate plans for using the technique in the classroom.

Student Expectations:

  • Students will be required to:
  • Rehearse the skills and report on the results.
  • Complete written self-reflection exercises.
  • Collaborate with peers using the on-line forum.

Credit:

Upon completion of the course, students can decide if they would like to receive credit and from which university they would like to receive credit. Please see University Affiliations under the Information Center for the cost per credit.

Class Outline:

  • Lesson 1
    • Introduction
    • 1.a A Teacher's Thoughts Before the Start of School
    • 1.b The Constructive Discipline Approach
    • 1.c Safety, Order and Rights® in the Classroom
  • Lesson 2
    • 2.a Your Classroom Management Plan
    • 2.b Routines & Procedures
    • 2.c Rules & Consequences
    • 2.d Your School’s Discipline Policies
    • 2.e Appropriate Consequences
    • 2.f Constructing Your Plan – The First Days of School
    • 2.g Lesson Plan for Classroom Rules
  • Lesson 3
    • 3.a Overview of the 4-Step Verbal Technique
    • 3.b Learning the Skill Steps
    • 3.c Step 1 - The Polite Directive
    • 3.d Quiz on Step 1 - The Polite Directive
    • 3.e Rehearsing the Skills
    • 3.f Step 2 - Establish the Expectation
  • Lesson 4
    • 4.a Step 3 - State the Consequences
    • 4.b Step 4 – Provide a Choice
  • Lesson 5
    • 5.a Review
  • Lesson 6
    • 6.a Plan Your Discipline Policies
    • 6.b Practicing the Steps with a Group
    • 6.c Review of Dealing with Groups
  • Lesson 7: HOW STRESS AND TRAUMA IMPACT LEARNING
    • 7a. Plan Your Discipline Policies
    • 7b. Final Thoughts
  • Post Survey
  • Evaluation
  • Final Exam
Your State Information

CE Credits Online Anytime-Anywhere

  • Standards-based 
  • University credits available* 
  • Asynchronous – start at any time – 24/7
  • Self-paced – work at your own pace and convenience 
  • Completely online – no commuting, parking, missed classes and no dress code
  • User friendly and engaging with numerous videos that model new strategies and skills 

*University Credits: All CE Credits Online courses are eligible for University Credit. Please visit our University Affiliation page for more information. (University credit fees are additional)

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Why Choose CE Credits Online

CE Credits Online has been providing continuing education credits to K-12 educators since 2002. Our courses are offered nationwide, serving the professional learning needs of thousands of K-12 educators. Our courses are:

  • High-quality online professional learning courses designed to improve teaching and student achievement.
  • 100% online - no commuting, no missed classes, and no dress code.
  • Self-paced courses, offering participants the flexibility to work anytime, anywhere, 24/7.
  • All CE Credit Online courses are eligible for University Credits (for an additional fee) through our university affiliates. Please visit our University Affiliation page for more information.

Our courses cover a variety of instructional areas and meet the needs of many educator groups, including;

  • Reading / Language Arts
  • Instructional Strategies
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
  • Transforming Instruction with Technology
  • Classroom and Behavior Management
  • Creating Effective Learning Environments
  • Beginning Teachers
  • Special Education
  • Counseling
  • Support Staff