Early Childhood PBIS Team Training- January 24, February 21, and March 6, 2020
Three-Day Team Training
This comprehensive three-day training will provide school districts and community school teams with essential elements for implementing Early Childhood Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).
The topics covered include exploring attitudes towards behavior, determining what is already in place in regard to behavior intervention, and choosing next steps.
During the training, teams will begin to develop a common discipline referral form, three to five expectations, and a behavior matrix.
Teams must be composed of at least one administrator along with a variety of teachers and/or related service providers. Additional team members, such as paraprofessionals are welcome.
PBIS Team Training - 3 day training - January 16, January 29, February 13, 2020
This comprehensive three-day training will provide school districts and community school teams with essential elements for implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).
Encouraging Productive Struggle in Grades 3-8 Math February 26, 2020
In this workshop, educators will learn eight powerful problem solving strategies all kids should know, and they will be taught how to present rich mathematical tasks to promote productive struggle in a natural way to pique students' curiosity, get them to embrace challenges, and persevere even when they have not yet mastered the content.
Interoception: The Eighth Sense - March 4, 2020
During this training, participants will gain an in-depth understanding about interoception including the impact this sense has on the development of social-emotional skills and positive behavior. Additionally, participants will learn evidence-based strategies for improving interoception, including coverage of The Interoception Curriculum, a step-by-step framework for improving interoceptive awareness.
Sketchnoting Workshop with Tanny McGregor March 5, 2020
Join Literacy Professional Tanny McGregor as she shares her expertise in using sketchnoting as a nonconventional instructional practice that yields student engagement and confidence. Workshop participants will better understand incorporating sketchnotes as it applies content-specific, and as a literacy-rich option supportive of text-based learning and student comprehension.