EDUC 629 - Communication and Classrooms

  • 3 credits

Intended for educators wanting to enhance their skills and refine their management style, this course presents an overview of classroom management and focuses on communication in the classroom. Various presentation techniques and management styles will be covered, and theories rooted in education, psychology, and the performing arts will be presented. Assignments and final exam.

This course has an online component delivered through Canvas.

This course can be applied towards:

Important Information

Much of the content for this course is online.

Textbook and Materials

Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.

Required

  • Case Studies of Classrooms and Communication: Integrating Diversity… (2011)
    Timpson, W. and Holman, D.K. (eds.)
  • The Third Side (2000)
    Ury, William L.
    ISBN: 978-0140296341

Instructors

Dr. William Timpson

(970) 491-7630 | William.Timpson@colostate.edu

Dr. William M. Timpson is a professor in the School of Education at Colorado State University. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in American History from Harvard University, Bill went on to teach junior and senior high school in the inner city of Cleveland, Ohio before completing a doctoral degree in educational psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While continuing to work with teachers and staff at various levels of schooling, he has written extensively on postsecondary instruction and innovation. Along with numerous articles, chapters and grants, he has written or co-authored eleven books including several that address issues of diversity, sustainability, peace and reconciliation.

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