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HBM 1701 (1 unit)

Although typically rarely mentioned in teacher preparation programs, the most important lessons you will teach in your classroom has everything to do with procedures and routines. Until you master that, teaching content will be an uphill battle.

In this fifth course in the series, participants explore chapters 10 and 11 of “Teach Like a Champion 3.0” by Doug Lemov. We dive into the next two sets of immediately implementable techniques coined by the author involving Procedures/Routines and High Behavioral Expectations that are used by teachers all over the country. These techniques involve concepts like setting the tone at the start of class, engineering efficiency, tips for minimizing student misbehavior, and more. This book is a MUST read for new teachers!

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HBM 1701 (1 unit)

15 hours
All levels
0 lessons
0 quizzes
9 students


  • Google/Gmail account
  • Purchase of the book "Teach Like a Champion 3.0" by Doug Lemov
  • Completion of HBM 1697, 1698, 1699, and 1700 is recommended


  • All coursework available online
  • Self-paced
  • Created by educators FOR educators
  • Google Classroom makes coursework simple and easy to use

Target audiences

  • Elementary Teachers
  • Middle School Teachers
  • High School Teachers
  • Teachers who want to advance on the salary schedule
  • New Teachers
  • Teachers who want to improve their classroom management

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Discover the insights of “Teach Like a Champion 3.0” by Doug Lemov in our practical 1 unit online book study course tailored for K-12 teachers. This course offers valuable professional development for teachers- new and veteran alike, by focusing on realistic classroom strategies and techniques.

In this fifth course of the series, we dive into chapters 10 and 11. The emphasis is on the nuts and bolts of effective teaching, specifically techniques 47-58 which cover Procedures and Routines and High Behavioral Expectations. These strategies are designed to empower educators to enhance their classroom management and engagement.

Through hands-on learning, participants will not only grasp these essential principles but also apply them in their own classrooms. As you continue on to the final course in this 6 part series, explore additional techniques coined by Lemov like positive framing, emotional constancy, precise praise, and other actionable methods to elevate your teaching skills far beyond what you thought was possible.

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Course Syllabus Button HBM 1701

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