Santa Ana Unified School District logo

Northern Suburban Special Education District

Committed to the Possibilities in Every Learner, Every Day.

Powered By
MIDAS Logo

2020-2021 Behavior Intervention Series: Building your toolbox for the classroom
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57915
Description

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

... More Less
Tags
No tags found.
Credits Available
12.00 Occupational Therapy IDFPR CEUs
12.00 Physical Therapy IDFPR CEUs
12.00 SLP/ Audiology IDFPR CEUs
12.00 Registered Social Worker IDFPR CEUs
12.00 ISBE (PEL) ELIS Hourss
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 2 total)
Section 2
Highlights of the Behavior Intervention Series   Mar 8, 2021
Sections
Search

You can search by section title, number, ID, or instructor's last name. You can also search by dates sections are being held.

Viewing 1 - 1 of 1 section found matching your search criteria.
2 sections total.

Highlights of the Behavior Intervention Series
Section ID : 94642
Instructors:
Jillayne Bose Deakins
Amy Cohan
Section Creator: Amanda Beranek
Please log in to email instructor/section creator.
Enrolled: 0/30

Course is offered Online: Contact instructor for more information.
Registration Closes: March 4, 2021 10:00 pm
Special Notes: This two-hour 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).

Facilitators will provide examples of critical skills and interventions. Participants will have opportunities to collaborate with each other in order to reflect and plan for application within their own settings.

Learning Objectives/Outcomes:
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
2. Consider implementation of the interventions with their student(s)

Participants should have access to Early-Stage Interventions: Behavior Strategies for Every Teacher (Sprick et al, 2020) within their building.

Satisfactory completion requirements:
Attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the Zoom Chat in the session. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out will result in no credit.
Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit.
Participants must complete an electronic course evaluation within two weeks of the session date to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements.
Accommodations, questions and complaints can be directed to: ProfessionalLearning@nssed.org

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
March 8, 2021 12:30 pm 2:30 pm