Classroom Management 102

Afterschool 101 workshops

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Course Description

Understanding the basics of classroom management is just the beginning.  Positive reinforcement and positive contact are great tools for success, but what do you do when it’s not enough.  Some students require more than a pat on the back and a positive word to succeed in a classroom environment.  Especially if those students have experienced trauma and suffer from multiple Adverse Childhood Experiences(ACES).

In Classroom management 102, staff members will learn how to not only integrate the positive youth development strategies from Classroom Management 101 into their day to day practice,   but also how to identify the roots of certain behaviors. Staff will explore and practice new methods to support challenging students through the lens of  trauma informed care.

Combo Packages

Ignite your team engagement by adding site visits, coaching, communities of practice or a combination of all to your professional development order. We will create a customized PD plan for your team that will make sure you get a return on your training investment.

Quality Standards Addressed

The program provides a safe and nurturing environment that supports the developmental, social-emotional and physical needs of all students

Program design and activities reflect active, meaningful and engaging learning methods that promote
collaboration and expand student horizons.

The program maintains high expectations for all students, intentionally links program goals and curricula with 21st-century skills and provides activities to help students achieve mastery.

The program provides and supports intentional opportunities for students to play a meaningful role in
program design and implementation, and provides ongoing access to authentic leadership roles

The program creates an environment in which students experience values that embrace diversity and equity
regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, income level, national origin, physical ability, sexual orientation and/or gender identity and expression.


  • Site Coordinators
  • Youth Leaders
  • Teaching Artists
  • Program leaders


K – 9th


3 hours


Staff members receive hands on training designed to keep them engaged and actively participating.
Hands On
Staff members will have several opportunities to collaborate in small and large group settings.
Staff members will receive a study guide, resources, and a survey at the end to assess comprehension and impact.
Study Guide
Staff members will have a multimedia experience with music and video embedded throughout.
Staff members will have fun with physical activities designed to energize the mind and spark critical thinking.
Fun Activities

Classroom Management 101

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Classroom management 101

Staff members will learn how to use positive reinforcement and positive contact as tools for classroom management.
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Learning in Afterschool and Summer principles

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LIAS Principles

Participants will explore each of the Learning in Afterschool and Summer (LIAS) principles and learn how to design a program that puts the principle into practice.
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Schedule a Call

If you are eager to get your team started on the journey to becoming afterschool gurus, the time to start is now. Please use the button to automatically schedule a zoom or phone call.  We look forward to meeting you!