"Increasing Student Responsibility and Self-Discipline in Learning Communities"
Available through both TCNJ
and La Salle University
Two Fall Sessions
Based on the current writing and research in the field of classroom climate, participants will examine a three-dimensional model for understanding why a student may act irresponsibly in the classroom and what to do about it. Educators will develop an approach that focuses first on students’ internal dialogue to help them resolve their inner conflicts, as well as strategies for improving responsibility in the learning community so students become more responsible and self-disciplined.
Summer is not over at RTC!
Lots of courses still being offered. In fact, final round of courses for the summer begin on August 15.
Many are already confirmed or close.
Call our office for help in finding the perfect course for you.
WATCH YOUR MAILBOXES for the Fall 2016 / Spring 2017 Brochurefind out more
PLAN AHEAD for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017! Register now.find out more
Online Course #10: "Increasing Student Responsibility and Self Discipline in Learning Communities"find out more
For transcript requests, please contact the credit granting institution at the time you took your class. For more information, call the RTC office.find out more
Your instructor will be in contact with you regarding any weather related changes to your class schedule. Please check your cell, home and emails for messages from your instructor. Please direct all inquiries to your instructor. Your instructor's information is located on your confirmation letter.find out more
You pick the dates and the course and RTC will bring it to you.find out more
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The Bully Proof Classroom has been endorsed by NJEA's Professional Development Institute.find out more
What Educators Are Saying...
Comments from some of this summer's
RTC / TCNJ and La Salle courses:
Encouraging Skillful, Critical, and Creative Thinking:
"Awesome course! Lots of take-away ideas in a fun atmosphere."
"[The instructor] created a great classroom environment that helped all students work very well together."
Motivation: The Art and Science of Inspiring Classroom Success:
'This course was enlightening and enjoyable. It [the condensed summer executive sessions] was the perfect way for a working teacher to be able to complete a required course towards an advanced degree [M.Ed.]"
"An outstanding instructor! She made the course very engaging and really inspired me to improve my teaching next year."
Skills for Building the Collaborative Classroom:
"This was an outstanding course! [The instructor] knew her material well and provided experience for the structures. It felt like a new approach [to cooperative learning.]"
"This is a course every teacher should have the pleasure of experiencing. I thoroughly enjoyed it."
"[The instructor] was extremely knowledgeable about behaviors and discipline and share personal experiences which were helpful in seeing the [interventions] in practice."
"Project-centered learning was great; good use of materials; good collaboration with instructor and classmates."
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