Teacher Education

Classroom Management and Practicum 2

Classroom Management and Practicum 2
Instruction on establishing community, personal management philosophy, severe/chronic misbehavior, systems of management, and the BYU-PSP Commitments. Clinical experience (twice weekly) includes observation, practice, and reflection in a K-6 grade classroom.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 1.0 Lecture, 12.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesEL ED 299R; or EL ED 332; Background check and fingerprint clearance Concurrent enrollment in ELED 410
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining EL ED 399R
Course Outcomes: 

Personal Management Philosophy

Create a personal philosophy of classroom management based on an understanding of various management theories, levels of teacher control, and experiences in the classroom.

Building Community

Teacher candidates will develop a specific plan for building community within the classroom, including effective communication.

Systems of Management

Teacher candidates will describe various systems of management, how to handle severe/chronic misbehavior, and emergency response procedures.

Partnership Commitments & Democracy in the Classroom

Teacher candidates will synthesize the importance of the five BYU-Public School Partnership Commitments and develop a specific plan for incorporating various aspects of democracy in the classroom.

Performance & Disposition Evaluation

Demonstrate a “beginning” level competency and disposition of a classroom teacher as evidenced by the summative evaluations using university-based observations.