Trauma Informed Compassionate Classrooms: Strategies to Reduce Challenging Behavior, Improve Learning Outcomes and Increase Student Engagement (Mar 01, 2018)
Trauma Informed Compassionate Classrooms: Strategies to Reduce Challenging Behavior, Improve Learning Outcomes and Increase Student Engagement is organized by PESI HealthCare and will be held on Mar 01, 2018 at Holiday Inn Taunton-Foxboro Area, Taunton, Massachusetts, United States of America.
The target audience for this medical event is General Educators, Special Educators, School Administrators, School Psychologists, Social Workers, Guidance Counselors, School Nurses, Directors of Special Education, Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Paraprofessionals. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 6.25 Credits.
Course Description :
As an educator, you are faced with the challenge of meeting the social and emotional needs of all your students. This can be challenging enough with typical learners but it is even more difficult with those who have experienced trauma or have mental health challenges. Students who have experienced trauma often present as difficult to engage and display problematic behavior such as a low frustration tolerance, angry outbursts or difficult social relationships. These behaviors all get in the way of teaching and learning. When a student has experienced trauma, he/she often spends much of the day in fight/flight/freeze mode which limits their capacity to learn. Their outwardly aggressive and irritable behaviors also disrupt the flow in the classroom, requiring your time and attention. Despite the amount of time you invest in behavior charts or incentives for good behavior, traditional behavioral approaches to classroom management and a punitive approach to discipline simply are not effective.
Join Dr. Reese and learn how a trauma-informed approach will greatly reduce challenging behavior, improve student engagement and increase learning outcomes. Leave this seminar with new strategies, tools and resources to reduce students’ impulsiveness, aggressive behaviors and inattention and increase their focus, attention and compassion. While this positive approach is absolutely essential for students with trauma, it will also greatly benefit each and every student in your classroom. Return to your school with:
• Research-based practices to establish a trauma-informed classroom
• A plan to develop positive relationships and build trust with your hard-to-reach students
• Prove techniques for communicating more effectively and collaboratively with challenging students
• Cognitive skill-building strategies which incorporate the science of neuroplasticity and the strengths-based perspective of neurodiversity
Course Objectives :
Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to:
• Analyze the ways in which poverty and mental health contribute to trauma responses thus informing your approach to working with all students.
• Determine how trauma impacts a child’s development and develop strategies for meeting his or her needs.
• Explore how exposure to the ACEs are utilized to determine the likelihood of developmental trauma and its impact on level of functioning across the lifespan.
• Establish a collaborative approach to discipline and demonstrate how this fosters intrinsic motivation for behavior change in the child.
• Practice techniques to establish positive relationships and build trust with hard-to-reach students thus increasing their social and academic success.
• Explore mindfulness activities that foster student self-awareness, self-regulation and the ability to focus as it relates to impulsive behavior and attention.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
|Contact No.||:||(800) 844-8260|
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Single Registration Early Fee||09 Feb,2018||USD 199.99|
|Single Registration Conference Fee||28 Feb,2018||USD 219.99|
|2+ Group Rate: per person Fee||28 Feb,2018||USD 199.99|