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Webinar: Managing Disruptive Classroom Behavior

Managing Disruptive Classroom Behavior: Strategies For Creating A Safe And Dynamic Learning Environment   February 27, 2014 1:00-2:30 pm. EST OBJECTIVES  -Develop an overall philosophy of classroom management that promotes learning and creates a safe environment -Implement effective strategies for creating and sustaining an engaging and respectful learning environment -Learn strategies for setting the right tone on the first day of class -Generate a list of practical strategies for redirecting disruptive behaviors -Learn how to handle side conversations, digital distractions, and inappropriate comments -Review how to use positive language in a syllabus that sets expectations, policies, and procedures -Examine the instructor's role in disruptive student behavior -Identify when and how to make referrals for student conduct violations. http://www. product_p/2077.htm

Is Higher Education Crashing? Report Indicates Major Problems on Horizon

States are cutting funding and college tuition is rising and student loans are exploding and we are officially in a public higher education crisis. According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities more states are pushing the burden on students and this may have an impact on the skill level of the next generation and their ability to successfully navigate the economic environment. The problems are a result of a number of issues related to budget cuts, increased tuition, and policy decisions.  The primary issue is that public college education is increasingly being removed out of the hands of the average student. During the recession it was necessary to cut state budgets to ensure that the books were in balance. Despite these cuts many states still were not able to balance their budgets in other areas. State appropriates from 2008 to 2013 for higher education declined around 19%, student expenditures rose 27% and enrollment has increased over 11%. The report indicates