EDCU 9896: Discipline Designed for Today’s Classroom

Online Course

The 2020 school year has been very confusing for students and teachers alike. Your approach to discipline might be taking a different path as students navigate their changing environment.  Learn fair and clear classroom rules and consequences that will enable your classroom to run as effectively as possible.

Develop a classroom management program that focuses on fair and clear classroom rules and consequences. Ensure that the program is consistent with a sound philosophy for student discipline. Utilize course readings, resources, assignments, and interviews to guarantee a well-rounded plan.

Course Objectives

  • Learn by reading and studying website articles relating to the following areas:
    1. Classroom rules
    2. Consequences
    3. Delayed gratification
    4. Delayed gratification
    5. Social skills
  • Interview students and school professionals concerning today’s classroom
  • Create a philosophy of discipline for the needs of the classroom of today
  • Design a realistic discipline program based upon their own philosophy for their own classroom
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Matt Heglie

B.S., M.S. Kinesiology

K-12 Public Schools and Collegiate level, 13+ years.

Matt is passionate about cutting edge curriculum and pedagogy.

His primary purpose is helping other teachers reach their personal and professional goals.

Matt’s personal interests are family, outdoor adventure, and exercise science.