New Class: From Stress to Success

FIRST DAYS OF SCHOOL: From Stress to Success

5 Credits or 50 CEU credits

Based on the best-selling book ever on classroom management and student achievement, this course will help you make the first day of school, and every day, a success!

Our text, This First Days of School: How to be an Effective Teacher by Harry & Rosemary Wong, is a must-have for new teachers and veterans alike. Regardless of your level of experience, you will enjoy the text so much that you will want to savor it instead of rushing through. In addition to inspirational stories, the text is packed with practical examples that you can take right to your classroom. After all, programs don't produce achievement, teachers produce achievement.
 
The text will guide you go step-by-step through skills that will lead you to success. As you complete assignments, you will be inspired to be a teacher-leader instead of a stressed-out worker.
 
With the economy down and class sizes up, it is more crucial than ever to use effective classroom procedures. While learning practical, time-tested techniques for teaching and managing, you will feel excited to teach every day.
 
REQUIRED TEXT
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Leaving stress behind, you will learn how to really eliminate the achievement gap. You will master specific strategies to enhance student learning, as well as engaging techniques that inspire you and motivate your students. And you will see the results in your classroom.
 
This course is appropriate for teachers of all subjects, grades K-12.
Used text is about $17 on Amazon.

To registrar or to see the syllabus, please look at the HOL website.

This practical class for classroom teachers is worth five 500 or 400 level Professional continuing education quarter credit credits or 50 clock hours. (Antioch University Seattle is accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 30 North La Salle St. #2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504. Antioch has held accreditation continuously since 1975. )
  • Students have taken my courses and used them for professional development or credential renewals from many states and countries including California, New York, Washington, Wyoming, Montana, Oregon, Illinois, Colorado and Ohio.
  • If you are not sure if you can use these credits, call your schools HR department and ask if they accept schools accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The majority do.

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