Impacting Student Behavior
Strategies to Move Your School from Helplessness to ACTION!
Share in the experiences of practitioners who have sought answers to the unanswerable questions regarding the growing issue of student behavior. This presenter team consists of a teacher/counselor, a behavior specialist, an elementary principal, and a secondary principal. They will spend the day sharing their journey by sharing books and resources, ideas to help improve productivity/compliance in struggling students, student activities and, best of all, experiences and lessons learned. They are NOT the experts and they want participants to know it. They are educators on the front lines doing all they can to help students learn and in the spirit of collaboration are willing to share when asked to do so. Takeaways include:
- The changing family dynamic
- Trauma - What is it? How does it affect students? What does it look like in the classroom?
- How a PBIS model can help with behavior
- Strategies for creating a trauma-sensitive classroom
- Strategies for dealing with difficult students’ behaviors
- Personal stories of success when using these strategies
The Southern Indiana Education Center is happy to bring this session to educators around our region. Please join us as we welcome Jennifer Mitchell, Shelly Kunkel, Lauren Blake, and Phil Zellers from Perry Central to the SIEC for this important day of professional learning.
Wednesday, July 19th, 9am-2pm
Southern Indiana Education Center 1102 Tree Lane Drive, Jasper, IN 47546
*Audience: K-12 Administrators, K-12 Teachers, Various teams: Student Assistance Teams, Response to Intervention, PBIS, Special Education
*Please bring a laptop to access workshop digital materials.
*All times are Eastern time zone.
*Lunch is included and a certificate for 5 PGPs will be provided.
*Registration fee is $150 (ESC Members) and $210 (Non-ESC Members)
*See registration link below.