Educators…. Please read my article, ‘Classroom Management: An Ecological Model,‘ in the Southeast Education Network (SEEN) fall magazine, vol. 15.2, pages 124 – 125. It offers an introductory illustration of basic management practices for all educators. A sample scenario is included to demonstrate application of strategies. My graduate students this fall semestar at Southern Connecticut State University will review this article when our class studies classroom management.
Just presented a 90′ – webinar on ‘Strategies for Improving Mental Health Services for At – Risk Students’ to a national audience via the Associate of Educators’ website. The session addressed factors related to the interaction of developmental issues, family – cultural dynamics, and school adjustment problems. Strategies for designing school / community programming were emphasized, including personnel allocation and building – based interventions. I highlighted the critic
Educators… Please read my latest article on ‘classroom climate’ in the Winter edition of the Southeast Education Network journal, volume 15.3, pages 51 – 52. This article offers practical strategies to create student – friendly learning environments, the critical first phase of effective classroom management. Basic procedures to design positive school communities will benefit any educator, particularly those in middle schools or high schools. This journal is only published t