Classroom Management Essentials is a self-guided, interactive, professional development app, which helps teachers learn how to effectively manage a classroom.
Designed by Dr. Tracey Garrett, an expert in the field of classroom management, Classroom Management Essentials capitalizes on lectures, video clips, interactive features and much more to guide teachers through the steps necessary to become an effective classroom manager. Watch the video below to hear what Dr. Tracey Garrett has to say about Classroom Management Essentials.
The field of classroom management is based on decades of proven academic research. Unfortunately, this knowledge is not taught in most teacher education programs. Classroom Management Essentials will teach you how to become an effective classroom manager. Specifically, you will learn:
The app begins with an introductory video called Why Teachers Struggle. This video explains common misconceptions about classroom management and introduces a new practical model for thinking about classroom management. Watch this video for free before purchasing the app!
Next, purchase the app and seamlessly navigate through the different sections, which each focus on an essential aspect of classroom management (physical environment, rules and routines, relationships, engaging instruction and discipline). Each section is organized into three steps including Learn from the Expert, Interactive Features and Teacher Talk.
Sit back and get comfortable as you listen to concise, but information packed voice over slide presentations about the five different aspects of classroom management presented by Dr. Tracey Garrett, an expert in classroom management.
Relax, interact and learn at your own pace. The Interactive Features steps offer tons of easy to implement, practical strategies for your own classroom. Strategies are presented in variety of list formats to allow you to navigate independently at your own pace and for easy reference in the future when building your own classroom management plan!
Watch video interviews of four teachers as they share their thoughts on classroom management. Hear about the many different strategies that Brian (high school), Emily (middle school), Carmen (elementary school) and Janet (elementary school) utilize in their classrooms.
Classroom Management Essentials is not just an amazing app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It is also a top-notch online course offered by Udemy, the leader in eLearning. That's right, the same great content has been adapted to 2 engaging, interactive and educational platforms. Choose the edition that best matches your device and learning style.
Designed specifically for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, this native, universal application has an attractive, intuitive touch interface and functions with the simplicity and elegance you have come to expect from high quality apps.
With HD video, professional audio and high quality presentations this online course is accessible directly via your web browser thanks to the power and ease of use provided by the Udemy platform. Registration is free!
" Wow, this app is everything you need to know about classroom management and nothing you don't need to know! "- Dr. Sharon McKool, Education Professor
" I love how the framework for thinking about classroom management is presented. It challenged me to think about behavior differently in my classroom. "- Kelly Kahney, 2nd grade teacher
" I like the model of classroom management. Each year I have to attend to all of the tasks, but some years one is more important than another. "- John Randolph, high school teacher
Dr. Tracey Garrett earned her Ed.D. in elementary and early childhood education with a specialization in classroom management from The Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University. She is a professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Rider University in New Jersey and was awarded the University Distinguished Teaching Award in 2012. She is also a former elementary teacher with experience teaching at the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade level. Her work has been published in a variety of professional journals such as the Journal of Classroom Interaction, the NJEA Review and The New Teacher Advocate. She has also presented at both regional and national conferences such as the American Educational Research Association and the National Council for Teachers of English. In addition, she has presented hundreds of professional development workshops on a variety of topics. Tracey’s unique combination of classroom management knowledge and practical experience allows her to successfully facilitate teacher growth.