Presenters: Jill Bose-Deakins, PhD, Amy Cohan, PhD, Christina Piccirillo, PhD
Intended Audience: This session is geared towards general education teachers, special education teachers, and support staff who address students’ mild and moderate problem behaviors throughout the day.
This training focuses on supporting teachers in addressing students’ mild and moderate misbehaviors that commonly disrupt classroom instruction and impact student performance. Facilitators will address four interventions from the book, Interventions: Evidence-based behavioral strategies for individual students, by Randy Sprick, Ph.D. and Mickey Garrison, Ph.D. The interventions to be addressed include: planned discussion, goal setting, data collection and debriefing, and increasing positive interactions.
In order to implement the interventions, attendees should have access to and bring a copy of the Interventions book to the training.
Learning Objectives: Participants will:
- 1. Become familiar with the Interventions book, CD, and related student and staff tools.
- 2. Be able to identify and implement four classroom based behavior interventions.
- 3. Reflect on the implementation of the interventions with their student(s)
PD Hours: 6.0 hours
Registration/Coffee: 8:00 am to 8:30 am;Session: 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
One hour lunch (On Your Own)
Registration is now Closed.