Each year we offer one-day workshops and multi-day institutes in locations nationwide. These courses are open to all K–8 educators, although some have prerequisite course requirements.
One-Day Workshops (6 hours)
Learn how the Responsive Classroom approach boosts children's social and academic skills while reducing behavior problems.
Prevent bullying behavior with a proactive approach that builds social skills and positive community.
Enhance skills in managing common classroom discipline problems.
Prerequisite: RCI or RCC
Gain a broad overview of the Responsive Classroom approach and learn how it can enhance teaching and learning throughout your school.
Multi-Day Institutes (28 hours)
Become a more effective teacher by learning research-based strategies that lead to engaging academic instruction, better classroom management, and positive learning communities.
Build on the fundamentals you learned in Responsive Classroom I in this advanced-level course. Learn to use Guided Discovery, Academic Choice, Classroom Organization, Collaborative Problem-solving, and more Responding to Misbehavior. (Prerequisite: RCI or RCC)
Learn specific ways to build classroom community and establish and sustain an optimal learning environment as you study Morning Meeting, Rule Creation, Interactive Modeling, Positive Teacher Language, and Logical Consequences. As of April 2014, the Responsive Classroom Course will replace this course.
We also present our courses on-site for schools and districts. For more information about that, see Schools & Districts.
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