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Red Arrow Anti-Bullying Strategies for Primary Grades (K-3)

Are you looking for ways to curb bullying behavior? In this online course teachers learn about the myths, facts, research, and current events that surround bullying. Teachers are introduced to the different types of bullying and the various roles involved in bullying. Effective strategies are covered to help teachers assess, prevent, and reduce bullying in the classroom and school. Such strategies include creating positive relationships with students and integrating cooperative learning and character education into the curriculum. Teachers will understand how to properly intervene during incidents of bullying and learn how to create a safe learning environment for students.

Red Arrow Best Practices for a Successful 4th-6th Grade Classroom (4-6)

Do you need help managing your4th-6th grade classroom? This online course provides teachers with the best practices for developing and managing a successful 4th-6th grade classroom. This course covers strategies for implementing the Common Core State Standards, while managing time so that all content is covered. Behavioral issues common in grades four through six are covered along with overall classroom management techniques. This course also provides successful strategies for gaining students’ attention and interest, and truly engaging them in lessons.

Red Arrow Best Practices for a Successful Primary Classroom (K-3)

Are you looking for the best practices for creating and managing a successful primary classroom? This course covers strategies for implementing the new Common Core State Standards, while managing time so that all content is covered. Behavioral issues and overall classroom management techniques are addressed in detail. This course also provides successful strategies for gaining students’ attention and interest, and truly engaging them in lessons. Mainstreaming English language learners and students with special needs is also covered in depth.

Red Arrow Best Practices for a Successful Middle School Classroom (6-8)

Do you need help managing your middle school classroom? This online course provides teachers with the best practices for developing and managing a successful junior high or middle school classroom. This course covers strategies for implementing the Common Core State Standards, while managing time so that all content is covered. Behavioral issues common in grades six through eight are covered along with overall classroom management techniques. This course also provides successful strategies for gaining students’ attention and interest, and truly engaging them in lessons.

Red Arrow Bullying: Awareness, Prevention, and Intervention (4-8)

Are you concerned about the bullying epidemic? This online course teaches elementary and middle grade teachers (grades 4-8) about the myths, facts, research, and current events that surround bullying. Teachers are introduced to the different types of bullying in addition to the various roles involved in bullying. Effective strategies are covered to help teachers assess, prevent, and reduce bullying in the classroom and school. Teachers will understand how to properly intervene during incidents of bullying and learn how to use and develop activities that will help manage bullying in the classroom.

Red Arrow Classroom Management Survival Course (K-8)

How many times have you thought that you could accomplish a great deal more in the classroom if your students would just behave? Classroom management is key to an effective teaching environment. In this course, teachers learn practical strategies for establishing rules, routines, and a discipline plan that really works!

Red Arrow How to Manage Your Classroom for Student Success (K-12)

Are you searching for ways to help your students achieve success in your classroom? Topics addressed in this course include engaging curriculum ideas, writing quality lesson plans (with clear objectives that address key standards), assessment techniques (including authentic assessment such as rubrics and portfolios as well as standardized tests), themes and literature ideas, management techniques, discipline strategies (rewards and consequences), ELD techniques, and, of course, technology integration. 

Red Arrow Positive Discipline: A Powerful Approach to Classroom Management (4-12)

What are the first thoughts that come into your head when you hear the word discipline? Students that don’t follow rules, students who constantly misbehave, your overall troublemakers? You probably think of discipline as how you manage the problem students. This course helps teachers learn new and innovative ways for managing and controlling behavior using traditional and non-traditional, positive methods for discipline. Teachers are provided with many resources and ideas to effectively manage their classrooms and student behavior while proactively promoting organization, communication, safety, structure, and a positive classroom environment that supports learning.

Red Arrow A Primary Teacher's Guide to Positive Discipline (K-3)

What are the first thoughts that come into your head when you hear the word discipline? Students that don’t follow rules, students who constantly misbehave, your overall troublemakers? You probably think of discipline as how you manage the problem students. This course helps teachers learn new and innovative ways for managing and controlling behavior using traditional and non-traditional, positive methods. Teachers are provided with many resources and ideas to effectively manage their primary grade classrooms.

Red Arrow Reaching Students Through Character Education (K-12)

Do you have students who just won't behave? Do you notice a lack of manners and respect? In this online course, teachers learn the six building blocks of character and how to explore them with students through discussions, activities, and projects. You will learn how to teach students to make the right choices in problem situations and help build their awareness of accountability for their actions.

 

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