North Coast School of Education

Classroom Organization & Management Program - Training for NCSOE Faculty

This is a comprehensive program for creating an effective learning environment. NCSOE faculty will focus on the key concepts of the Classroom Organization & Management Program (COMP):


1. Effective classroom management is proactive, not reactive.

2. In effective classrooms, management and instruction are interwoven.

3. Students are active participants in the learning environment.

4. Teachers working together synergistically help one another.

COMP brings these principles together in a valuable workshop experience to help teachers develop a framework for solving problems and making decisions that work with their own students. No single management plan, format, or strategy works for all teachers and in all classrooms. Therefore, each participating teacher integrates research findings, principles of best practice, peer suggestions, and their professional experience and expertise to build an effective learning environment in his or her classroom. The Level One COMP Workshop is designed for classroom teachers, administrators, and other school personnel to explore key principles of effective classroom management. The certified COMP Workshop Leader presenting this workshop models the best practices highlighted in the program.

COMP will be held via Zoom on: June 23, 24, 25 AND July 22, 23, 24 AND August 5, 6, 7

9 class sessions Beginning June 23, 2020 | 1:30pm - 3:30pm

with Dr. Patricia Law & Susan Takami

Free for NCSOE Faculty


Teacher Learning Center at SCOE
5340 Skylane Boulevard Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Online Registration will be available 02/03/2020

Have Questions?

Get in touch.

NCSOE Staff, (707) 524-2818,
Patricia Law,