Manage—and Motivate- Difficult Students: A 3-Phase Comprehensive Approach (EDU618C)

Presented By: Aaron Daffern
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Event Details
  • Pre-recorded Webinar
  • 60 minutes
  • Thu, June 28, 2018
Event Description

Yes, Football Can Teach You To Get Problem Students On Track

Every teacher is confronted with disruptive student behavior. Students may be late for class, talk inappropriately, and behave rudely. Such disruptions impede student learning on a daily basis. But managing difficult students—and motivating them to achieve their academic goals—is no small task . If you’re feeling burnt out and scraping the bottom of the barrel for innovative strategies to deal with your classroom troublemakers, look no further.

Education expert Aaron Daffern offers a fresh approach to structuring engaging and quality instruction—within a positive classroom environment. In this information-packed audio presentation, Daffern uses the metaphor of football, to tackle the three separate phases of classroom management: offense, defense, and special teams.

After attending this audio event, you will understand how to create an engaging classroom environment that encourages positive behavior and curbs misbehavior. You’ll learn exactly what to do—and what not to do—during a confrontation with a disruptive student. And you’ll know how to eliminate key causes of poor behavior and decrease off-task behavior in the first place. Yes, it’s time to suit up and take your classroom leadership to the next level—using the tactics that 30+ years of education research say most motivate students to learn.

Session Highlights

By taking a new look at an old problem, you will learn to:

  • Improve your learning environment
  • Manage the most difficult students
  • Uncover the areas in your classroom that need improvement
  • Actively encourage positive behaviors
  • Defend against boredom and other various misbehaviors
  • Take certain actions—and avoid others—during a student confrontation
  • Improve classroom learning with a comprehensive approach
  • Proactively eliminate the major causes of student disruptions
  • Effectively cope with student outbursts in the moment
  • Understand the causal factors of students’ misbehavior

Who Should Attend:

Faculty and staff in student affairs, academic affairs, and enrollment management areas at all levels, including, but not limited to:

  • Professors
  • Instructors
  • Trainers, and the people who evaluate students
  • Department chairpersons
  • College and University administrators
  • Teachers of live classes and teachers of virtual learning
  • Apprenticeship coordinators
  • Career services counselors
  • Academic advisors
  • Internship program directors and managers
  • Practicum and apprenticeship coordinators
  • Retention specialists
  • Alumni affairs professionals
  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • Principals
  • Assistant principals
  • Counselors
  • Instructional coach/specialist
  • Superintendents
  • Assistant/associate superintendents
  • Directors

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About Our Speaker(s)

Aaron Daffern
Aaron Daffern was born and raised in California, and has been living in Ft. Worth, TX and working as an educator, first as a classroom teacher, then a principal, and currently as a district administrator, since 2000.  After teaching for 11 years in the 3rd, 4th, and 6th grades in Arlington and Ft. Worth, TX, Aaron bec... More info


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