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Topic: Classroom Management
9am - 5pm
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Service: Welcome Drink, 2 Coffee Breaks and Lunch
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“It's the teacher that makes the difference, not the classroom.” - Michael Morpurgo

Seventy-five percent of teachers have reported that their teaching would be more effective if they had fewer discipline problems. Training teachers in classroom management, using Lee Canter’s Assertive Discipline, which is very structured, would equip them with the necessary skills to plan and implement a thorough classroom management program, deal with a plethora of challenging student behaviors they routinely encounter, from K-12, and create a safe, positive learning environment where students behave responsibly and take accountability for their conduct.

 Course Topics
- Considering your role and beliefs
- The power of being an assertive teacher
- Establishing positive relationships with students
- The assertive discipline plan: rules, positive support, corrective actions, and introducing the plan
- Teaching responsible behavior and explicit directions
- Using positive feedback and redirection techniques
- Implementing corrective actions
- Teaching with assertive discipline and evaluating your plan
- Handling severe behavior problems
- Getting parental support for your discipline plan
- Getting administrative support for your discipline efforts
- Adapting assertive discipline: creating a personal discipline approach
- Motivating students to behave—how instruction impacts classroom discipline

Course Objectives
By attending this course, participants will learn how to:
- Establish and sustain an orderly environment in the classroom
- Increase meaningful academic learning
- Decrease negative behaviors and enhance time engagement
- Improve students' skills and competencies
- Facilitates social and emotional growth

Learning Outcomes
By the end of the workshop, educators will be able to:
- Gain an understanding of the Assertive Discipline approach to behavior management
- Apply strategies to overcome roadblocks to being confident
- Identify methods for and benefits of building positive relationships with students and make a plan for using those methods in the classroom
- Evaluate classroom rules for effectiveness using Assertive Discipline guidelines
- Determine types of positive support to recognize appropriate behavior and motivate all students to follow classroom rules
- Determine corrective actions for students who choose not to follow classroom rules
- Combine their rules, positive support, and corrective actions to complete their Assertive Discipline Plan
- Determine a three-step plan of action for a student with chronic severe behavior problems to change the misbehavior

Target Audience
- Teachers who would like a framework for developing a classroom management plan
- Instructors who need a little brush-up on classroom settings
- Educators wishing to explore better classroom engagement
- Supervisors and principals involved in educational responsibilities
- Coaches who serve in mentor or supervisory roles

09:00 - 09:30  Welcome Coffee & Registration
09:30 - 11:00  Session 1
11:00 - 11:30  Coffee Break
11:30 - 13:00  Session 2
13:00 - 14:00  Lunch
14:00 - 15:15 Session 3
15:15 - 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 - 16:45 Session 4
16:45 - 17:00 Wrap up & Evaluation

Cancellation Fee:
50% After October 8
100% After Ocober 15

Trainer’s Biography
Dr. Ahmad Oueini is the President of Alphabete Learning Center for psychoeducational assessment, intervention and training in Lebanon. He is an Associate professor of education and psychology at the Lebanese American University (LAU) and former Chairperson of the Department of Education; presently on leave. He has an MA in student advisement and orientation, a Masters of Education (advanced masters) in psychological counseling, and a Doctorate in Education with concentration in psychological counseling as well as a Post-doctorate (MA) specialization in special education: ‘Learning Disabilities and Behavior Disorders.’ He is the author of two English textbooks for grades 11 and 12: ‘Insight and Stepping Stones,’ and the author of several articles published in international refereed journals and book chapters on topics ranging from War and Stress, Effective Techniques of Motivating Students, Environmentalism, Career Counseling, Diglossia Problems, Learning Style and Dyslexia in Arabic. He is a Teacher Trainer on topics related to Anger Management, Decision-Making, Behavior Management, Using Humor in the Classroom and Increasing Child’s IQ. Dr. Oueini is active on the lecture circuit, addressing teachers and parents on topics such as Intelligence, School Failure, Learning Difficulties and Classroom Management. He is a certified tutor in LiPS (Lindamood Phonemic Sequencing program), Simultaneous Multisensory Teaching (Canadian Dyslexia Centre) and Dunn & Dunn Learning Style (New York). Dr. Oueini is the Senior Executive Trainer on topics related to education at LDN.

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