• Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviors

  • Below are the available trainings in this series: Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviors 101 (2 hour training) In order to positively support students with challenging behaviors it is essential to understand the basics of behavior intervention. Obtaining a deeper understanding of behavior will support educators in gaining the confidence and competence needed to respond to a variety of behavioral challenges. This workshop will provide participants with preventative techniques to avoid behavior escalation and hands-on learning opportunities related to identifying the function of a behavior.
    Participants will be able to:
    • Understand preventative techniques to avoid escalation.
    • Identify the function of a behavior.
    • Hypothesize meaningful replacement behaviors.
    As a follow up to this workshop, participants are encouraged to attend the 201 course for additional information on data collection and intervention techniques. Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviors 201 (2 hour training) This workshop will provide participants with information on how to collect meaningful data in order to inform positive behavioral interventions. As a precursor to this training, participants are encouraged to attend the 101 course for additional information on understanding and hypothesizing the function of behavior.
 Participants will be able to: • Utilize meaningful data to test hypotheses regarding the function of behavior • Plan and implement meaningful interventions based on behavioral data 
 • Build a home-school connection to better support students across all settings with the goal of improved student engagement and access to learning Site-Based Trainings may be requested via your SELPA Program Specialist with a minimum of 10 participants at your school site. Should you wish to have a Site-Based Training, but do not have 10 participants, the SELPA may be able to pair your LEA’s needs with other local SELPA Partners in order to offer the training at your site.
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  • Parent Involvement,School Climate,Other Student Outcomes
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Below are the available trainings in this series: Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviors 101 (2 hour training) In order to positively support students with challenging behaviors it is essential to understand the basics of behavior intervention. Obtaining a deeper understanding of behavior will support educators in gaining the confidence and competence needed to respond to a variety of behavioral challenges. This workshop will provide participants with preventative techniques to avoid behavior escalation and hands-on learning opportunities related to identifying the function of a behavior.
Participants will be able to:
• Understand preventative techniques to avoid escalation.
• Identify the function of a behavior.
• Hypothesize meaningful replacement behaviors.
As a follow up to this workshop, participants are encouraged to attend the 201 course for additional information on data collection and intervention techniques. Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviors 201 (2 hour training) This workshop will provide participants with information on how to collect meaningful data in order to inform positive behavioral interventions. As a precursor to this training, participants are encouraged to attend the 101 course for additional information on understanding and hypothesizing the function of behavior.
 Participants will be able to: • Utilize meaningful data to test hypotheses regarding the function of behavior • Plan and implement meaningful interventions based on behavioral data 
 • Build a home-school connection to better support students across all settings with the goal of improved student engagement and access to learning Site-Based Trainings may be requested via your SELPA Program Specialist with a minimum of 10 participants at your school site. Should you wish to have a Site-Based Training, but do not have 10 participants, the SELPA may be able to pair your LEA’s needs with other local SELPA Partners in order to offer the training at your site.