Changing the B: Understanding and Changing Problem Behavior - 007958
In this multi-day learning opportunity, classroom teachers and interventionists will focus on best practices drawn from empirical research on understanding the origins of problem behavior. Participants will learn why the behavior is happening, the logic behind it, and the function (or purpose) it serves for the student. Also, the participants will learn how to teach the replacement skills the student should have in order to meet his or her needs. Participants will work with a target student(s) to implement specific behavioral and teaching interventions. Participants will attend two face-to-face sessions at ESC Region 11 and two individual 15- to 30-minute online meetings with instructors. In addition, participants can expect 3 hours of work outside of the face-to-face sessions (CE hours will reflect the additional outside work requirements).

Audiences Teacher - Early Childhood/PreK/Kindergarten, Teacher - Special Education, Charter School Personnel, Diagnosticians, LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology), Paraprofessionals, Psychologists, Speech Therapists
Prerequisite/Special Notes Required: Must have attended Creating Learning Environments (Classroom Management) or the Structuring the Classroom Dates: October 18 and January 19 -- 2 Online meetings via (Zoom) to be determined Participants must contact Michael Tucker or Lynn Sullivan to register. (Michael Tucker mtucker@esc11.net or Lynn Sullivan lsullivan@esc11.net )


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