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EDUX 5100: BEAT THE CLOCK: MAKING THE MOST OF INSTRUCTIONAL TIME

Course Description

WHERE:
Distance Learning
Ventura, CA
WHEN:
July 01, 2020
July 29, 2020

Wednesday: July 1 - Orientation or Possible Zoom Chat at 4:00 PM to Wednesday: July 29 Flexible Schedule : Online contact with instructor, Curriculum, Planning, Organizing, Virtual Study Tours or Getting Ready for the 2020-2021

WHERE:
Distance Learning
Irvine, CA
WHEN:
October 05, 2020
November 16, 2020

October 5 - November 16, 2020 *This course will be presented in our new ONLINE/HYBRID format - Syllabi will be emailed upon enrollment, and course will consist of 45 total hours of online learning and outside practicum. We are closely following the recommendations of State, Federal and Local ordinances and will update students as needed.


EDUX 5100 (A, B, C, D).  Time is one of the most precious commodity of the classroom teacher. This course focuses on improving classroom management systems and tools to maximize instructional time. Participants will examine ways to minimize distractions, develop effective transition strategies and improve flow as students move from one task to another. Helping students maintain focus and develop good study skills will also be an outcome of this class.

  • Improve time management.
  • Reduce transition time.
  • Get the most out of teaching assistants and classroom aides.
  • Better understand the benefits of whole group instruction without wasting time.
  • Develop effective transition strategies.
  • Identify and avoid “time wasters.”


 


Course Requirements

Information regarding the specific COURSE REQUIREMENTS will be given the first day of class. 

GRADING:  Things that affect your grade are attendance, promptness, participation in class discussions, quality of work generated, projects completed, and quality of assignments and homework completed.  Active on-task participation is necessary to receive credit.

* Please note that the student may take up to four sections of this same course number designated A, B, C or D.  There are four levels to this course.  These courses must be taken in sequential order (e.g., "A" must be taken before "B"). 
When enrolling, students are responsible for knowing the section of the course for which they are eligible.



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