Introduction to Choice Theory: Teaching Students Responsible Behavior
EDUC 792 or 600
Instructor: Larry Napoleon
Monday, August 25, 2014 - Friday, December 12, 2014
Instruction Mode: 1-Way Video
Academic Level: K-12 Professional Development
NDSU Credit Fee: $350
Class Offered Through Quality Educational Programs (Video for Educators)
This course will give you the theory and skills to teach students how to take responsibility for their own behavior in school. It will lead you through a series of learning activities designed to instruct you in how to teach your students the concepts of Choice Theory and to plan and implement a program of Responsibility Training in your classrooms.
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In this course, you will learn how to:
- Determine why some students choose to misbehave.
- Implement a proven approach to improving student behavior.
- Effectively use "Time Outs" to improve behavior.
About The Instructor
Dr. Larry Napoleon earned his Ph.D. in Education from Pennsylvania State University, specializing in Curriculum & Instruction. His M.A. in Education was awarded from Xavier University. Dr. Larry Napoleon is currently an Assistant Professor at the North Dakota State University School of Education where he teaches undergraduate and graduate level education courses, develops professional development coursework for K-12 teachers, supervises student teachers, and engages in scholarly research, writing, and conference presentations. Larry was a special education teacher for 5 years. He was previously a graduate assistant and instructor for the Pennsylvania State University Department of Curriculum & Instruction.
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