Instructor: Staci Adams
Class Meeting Dates: Tuesdays and Wednesdays - September 13 & 14; 20 & 21; 27 & 28; October 4 & 5; 11 & 12; 18 & 19; 25 & 26
Times: 5:30pm - 8:00pm (7:30pm - 8:00pm office hours)
Asynchronous Work Time: 10 Hours
Cost: Registration Fee Required
This course will provide educators with research-based strategies for working with students with behavioral and emotional problems. Teachers will learn how to reduce or prevent disruptive and dangerous outbreaks and understand the possible origins of the behavior and how to mitigate and/or prevent outbursts by utilizing effective classroom management methods, student observation methods, and behavioral management techniques. Understanding how behaviors are influenced by cultural, ethnic identity and racial identity will be explored and participants will learn how to address them by using social skills training. Strategies learned will be applicable to all grade levels and replace currently used ineffective approaches most commonly used teachers.
Participants may earn 45 PLU’s.