Behavioral  Specialist  Training

 

Professional training for Behavioral Specialists, Classroom Aides, Teacher Assistants, Classroom Teachers and others working in teams or individually. To create positive learning environments by instilling a safe student classroom culture is a key skill for these professionals. Teachers have major responsibilities and goals to achieve every day and the classroom support staff play a critical part for successful outcomes. Positive student behaviors have high correlation to positive learning outcomes.

 


Why?                                                                                            Uses the developmental-ecological
                                                                                                    strength-based perspectives ……

Classroom specialists need the resources and skills to maintain

a nurturing and structured learning environment. They are the

primary support system for the classroom teacher. When high

levels of ADHD inflict the classroom where do we turn to? They

will respond to all the classroom crises and demanding situations

and need to be well prepared.


Purpose:


Behavioral staff plays a critical role in the day-to-day function of

classrooms needing these resources. When one percent of class-

room students may need ninety-nine percent of adult time, it is

critical that these student issues receive effective interventions.

Dealing effectively with troubled and troubling children and youth

is essential. The trouble these youngsters inflict are not the cause              ……………. that emphasizes the

of their problems. How to prevent classroom disruptions, and when            interaction between persons.

they do occur, how to safely manage the crisis so effective learning

is a major part of this training. Meeting the needs of challenging

students with successful outcomes become the focus.


Universal Strategy:


Most school systems have their unique philosophy and in house

training strategy. Resolving Conflicts in the Classroom training

reinforces that and provides universal intervention strategies

based on relation- ship building and positive youth development.

This is key for creating team building a staff mindset of intervention

consistency. This professional training has proven itself through

accepted universal practices across many diverse settings.

 

Includes 6 Professional Development credits from the RI Center for Early Learning Professionals.

 

Restorative Practice is Key

Connecting youth family and community.