Defusing Disruptive Behaviors
Defusing Disruptive Behavior is an interactive, professional learning event that will build the capacity for understanding interfering behaviors as well as how to address these behaviors more effectively at the school-wide level and in the classroom. Anchored to the escalation cycle, this training will provide information about evidenced-based practices to prevent as well as de-escalate behavior in order to maximize the instructional time in the learning environment.
Who should attend?
Teachers, administrators, and individuals at the division and school level who support classroom management and student behavior. This includes behavior specialists, interventionist or other coaches charged with supporting educators and building capacity.
- Understand the foundational principles of behavior in order to design more effective interventions
- Develop an understanding of the escalation cycle and contributing factors
- Examine our responses throughout the phases of the escalation cycle in order to support student behavior
- Explore evidenced-based interventions to apply throughout the escalation cycle
Please make sure you have the latest version of Zoom before attending the virtual session.
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