This two-day training provides participants with a systematic approach to understand behavior and explore classroom-based interventions for students exhibiting mild to moderate misbehaviors. Facilitators will introduce selected Tier 1 interventions from the book Early-Stage Interventions: Behavior Strategies for Every Teacher (Sprick et al, 2020). Presenters will also introduce the Teacher’s Encyclopedia of Behavior Management and how to use a variety of interventions through an efficient prob
This two-day training provides participants with a systematic approach to understand behavior and explore classroom-based interventions for students exhibiting mild to moderate misbehaviors. Facilitators will introduce selected Tier 1 interventions from the book Early-Stage Interventions: Behavior Strategies for Every Teacher (Sprick et al, 2020). Presenters will also introduce the Teacher’s Encyclopedia of Behavior Management and how to use a variety of interventions through an efficient problem-solving meeting process. Facilitators will provide numerous examples and modeling of critical skills and interventions. Participants will have opportunities to collaborate with each other in order to practice skills. In addition, time will be given for each participant to reflect and plan for implementation of the interventions within their own settings. Learning Objectives: Day 1: Identify and implement selected classroom-based behavior interventions for mild to moderate misbehavior from the book, Early-Stage Interventions: Behavior Strategies for Every Teacher. Consider implementation of the interventions with their student(s). Day 2: Increase understanding about functions of student chronic misbehavior. Learn to develop a brief intervention plan that addresses function and manipulates STOIC variables. Explore and practice using the Teacher’s Encyclopedia of Behavior Management. Practice the 25-Minute Meeting Plan for teams in order to engage in efficient problem solving. The training content is meant for all pre-k through high school educators (general education teachers, special education teachers, support staff, and administrators).
Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $300.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session.
Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225.
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