Don't know what to do to prepare for managing your classroom?
Wondering what to do with a disruptive or demanding student?
Not sure where to turn for help or assistance?
Developed as a cooperative venture between administrators, faculty and staff, the Office of Student Conduct is happy to host these videos to help promote a better understanding of teaching and classroom management. While no video can replace the experience gained from actually teaching, we hope this information can serve as a resource and guide for anyone looking to benefit from the experiences of those who have gone before you.
An overview of the philosophy, mission, and goals of this video series.
Some handy tips, culled from real-world experiences of classroom teachers, focusing on preparations that can be completed before ever entering the classroom.
Once class is underway there is still much to be done. Here are some useful ideas and suggestions to help keep things moving in the right direction.
This timely video addresses some of the nagging issues associated with the ever growing use of electronic communications.
If you have a suggestion for other videos you'd like to see or information you think would be helpful, we'd love to hear your ideas. Contact the Office of Student Conduct (x7-6210) or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Updated: 10/15/12