STUDY AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                               

The design of the Program aims to meet the needs of new teachers and veteran teachers and educators, and those studying education. It is a practical guide to managing students in the classroom, with many proven strategies to deal with challenges that teachers may face.  The underlying are principles that successful classroom management is based on putting children and students needs at the heart of the teaching process and that a classroom can be managed to achieve high results.  The Program is valuable and important not only to actual teachers, but to departmental managers, heads and the management team of schools and educational organisations.


  • Proactive classroom management – its meaning and effect on achievement.
  • Proactive teachers, positive teacher attitudes.
  • The purpose of education; management and achievement in teaching, classrooms and schools.
  • School discipline and the behaviour of students; classroom structure, instruction approach.
  • Theories and models in teaching; applying concepts, teachers’ self-reflection and review.
  • Building a classroom community: the benefits in terms of success, trust, and the effects on student behaviour.
  • Creating a sense of belonging for students.
  • Effective empowerment of students and improvement in results and behaviour.
  • The elements and planning involved in creating a proactive classroom.
  • Developing positive student-teacher relationships; becoming a good teacher.
  • Emotional empathy and understanding students’ communities and situations.
  • The issues of managing and dealing with stereotypes; aiming for gender equity and avoiding bias.
  • Diversity in the classroom and cultural differences.
  • Preventing disruption in learning environments.
  • Managing groups, maintaining focus, achieving group cohesion.
  • Encouraging peer relationships and support networks for students.
  • Enhancing student motivation; overcoming the failure syndrome; increasing optimism and effort.
  • Motivation theories in educational situations, intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.
  • Instructing classes; promoting engaged learning.
  • Organising teaching.
  • Differentiation in the classroom for learners, learning and development.
  • Students with learning problems, dealing with them; promoting and enhancing social skills.
  • Positive behavioural support; proactive behavioural intervention strategies.
  • Analysing and counteracting misbehaviour; problem behaviour and strategies to overcome it.
  • Discipline with dignity; the roles, advantages and disadvantages of sanctions and punishment.
  • Behaviour modification and accepted standards of behaviour.
  • The conflict cycle, reinforcement of good behaviour and positive outcomes.
  • Students with emotional problems; types of behaviour arising.
  • Students with disabilities; model programs.
  • Self-control for teachers and educators.
  • Health and safety in schools; hazards and dangers in schools and educational establishments.
  • Safety and risk management, the responsibilities of educators and supervisors.

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