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Giving Directives That Students Will Follow

1 Credit , K-12 , Classroom Management , Instructional Strategies

  • 15 Hrs./In-Service Points
  • Course Only

Regular price

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. Learn to develop meaningful plans for maintaining a safe and orderly classroom that maximizes learning time.

Objectives

Participants will be able:

  • 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.

To Enroll in a Course:

You will need the Enrollment Code you received from Stacy Wrenn, (813) 272-4499.

  • Begin at https://www.cecreditsonline.org/collections/hillsborough-county-title-1
  • Select your course and click “Add to Cart”.
  • Review cart and click “Login”.
  • If you’re a new user, click “Create account”. If you’re a returning user, log in with your email and password.
  • You will now be returned to the cart. Enter your enrollment code and click “Validate”.
  • Click “Check Out”.
  • Complete your order by entering your contact information. Click “Continue to Payment Method”. (You will not be charged or need to enter a credit card number)
  • Click “Complete Order”.
  • If you are a new user, you will receive an automated email from Schoology with your initial eClassroom Sign In information.
  • You have 180 days from your enrollment date to complete your course.
  • If you have any questions, check out our FAQs or email support@cecreditsonline.org.

Credit Options

  • The courses listed fulfill Hillsborough County Title 1 professional development eligibility.
  • Upon successful completion of your course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion for your records that will include the name of the course and number of professional development hours completed.
  • The Certificate of Completion acts as a record that verifies that a professional development course was taken and passed, which you may submit to Stacy Wrenn at Hillsborough County.