GENERATIONAL IMPACT CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
What is the impact of your generational upbringing on your classroom management style? As we grew up our values, morals, and ethics were established and how has that impacted your classroom management? What are the characteristics, morals, and ethics of the students you are teaching? Could classroom issued be due to a lack of understanding? This course will investigate multiple generations and their characteristics which will allow you to compare yourself with students. Furthermore, this class will review the classroom management theories that have evolved during each of the generational periods allowing you to understand the transformation of classroom management and how it might impact your classroom style. Please contact Michael McCann at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or questions.
If you are paying by check please complete the registration form at: /founders/professional-development-services/pds-registration-form Mail the completed registration with payment to the address listed on the form. If you are using an Ashland University tuition voucher worth $166.00 please include this with your registration. Please direct questions about this process to email@example.com.
Following emerging university protocol, a card swipe system has been installed at the Columbus Education Center. The only open door available for PDS students to enter is the front “A” wing entrance (until 6:30 PM.) As usual, once you enter the building, there will be signs directing you to your classroom. Thanks for your cooperation!
- Day and Time of Meeting:Monday, July 9, 2018 -8:30am to 4:30pm
- Day and Time of Meeting:Tuesday, July 10, 2018 -8:30am to 4:30pmLocation of Meeting:Ashland University Columbus Center, 1900 E. Dublin-Granville Rd., Columbus, OH 43229