In the course, well known classroom management styles are compared and contrasted in order to create a classroom program that balances teacher authority with student freedom. Class Meetings and other approaches are explored as posible vehicles to finding such a balance.
|Exemplary: Met and Exceeds Expectations A+ to A||Acceptable: Meets Expectations
B+ to B
Improvement. Must be resubmitted.
|Reflective, thoughtful ideas relevant to the assignment are clearly stated.||Presents some relevant ideas and connections to the assignment.||Few relevant ideas connected to the assignment, some ideas unclear.|
|Very well organized||Is generally well organized||Shows little organization|
|Development of an excellent classroom management program that balances authority and freedom||Developed a classroom management program that balances authority and freedom||Classroom management program that balances authority and freedom is lacking|
|Free of Spelling or grammatical errors||Writing contains a few spelling or grammatical errors.||Numerous spelling or grammatical errors. Writing is difficult to read.|
Instructor: Matt Heglie