Classroom Management Strategies

Danielle Major-Murphy

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Danielle Major-Murphy presents: Classroom Management Strategies that Reduce Teacher Stress and Increase Learning

This session will provide strategies for effective classroom management by building a classroom with clear defined limits, mutual respect, and warm emotional support. Specifically, participants will learn to respond positively and proactively when inappropriate student behavior affects the classroom environment by connecting with students on a human level, accepting students with “unconditional positive regard,” setting appropriate limits and communicating high expectations.

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Danielle Major-Murphy

Danielle Major-Murphy has been an educator for over 23 years. Previously, she served as a school Principal, Assistant Principal of Instruction, and Assistant Principal in South Carolina school districts. As a teacher, she taught business education to middle and high school students. Ms. Major-Murphy has innumerable experiences related to student discipline, integrating research-based instructional practices with teachers, technology integration, and developing a school-wide culture of consistency and rigor. Ms. Major-Murphy’s educational background includes earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Retail Management from the University of South Carolina, a Master’s degree in Human Resource Development from Webster University. She continued her commitment to being a life-long learner by earning a Master’s degree in Educational Administration also from the University of South Carolina, and an Educational Specialist degree in Teacher Leadership from Walden University.