This subject develops teacher education students' knowledge and understandings of key factors in effective classroom management including quality teaching, engagement, participation and inclusion. Students will draw on their understandings of young peoples' physical, social, emotional and intellectual development and learn about theories and models of classroom management to facilitate learning and the management of behaviour. Students will design evidence-based plans and strategies to create effective, positive and safe classroom environments. The importance of differentiated and culturally responsive planning, processes to deal with inappropriate behaviour, including bullying and cyber-bullying, and strategies for effective communication within the education setting and beyond will be explored. Students will also critically analyse legislative requirements and school based student welfare/discipline policies and/or approaches that support positive classroom management and learner welfare.
School of Education
Not avaliable to students who have completed EEA406.
EED413 or EED422
EEA406 Paired Subject
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