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Amie Dean - Behavioral Interventions that Work
Amie Dean - Behavioral Interventions that Work
WRESA EDUCATION
Fri, November 04, 2022 @ 09:00 AM — Wed, February 01, 2023 @ 12:30 PM (EDT)
THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!
PICK One of 2 Sessions to Attend:  (Session #1 is Face-to-Face, and Session #2 is Virtual)
     
            Session #1: November 4, 2022  (Face-to-Face)
            Time:       9:00am-3:00pm
            Location:   NCCAT  
                        276 NCCAT Dr
                        Cullowhee, NC 28723
            Cost:       $75 (lunch included)

            Session #2: February 1, 2023  (Virtual - A link will be sent closer to the date of the event)
            Time:       9:00am-12:30pm
            Location:   Virtual
            Cost:       $25  

Audience:   K-12 Educators
Presenter:  Amie Dean 


Course Details:

Do you have a plan for what to do when a student doesn’t comply with your request? Do you want to avoid power struggles with challenging students? Amie Dean, the Behavior Queen, is returning to offer behavior strategies that work. Whether you are a beginning teacher or a veteran, there will be something for everyone. This session will guide you in developing a preventative plan for handling issues from low level distractions to more chronic behaviors. You will reflect on your current practices, learn the purpose of behavior, how to respond vs. react, and how to reboot your current systems to support student behavior and GAIN instructional minutes. This is a practical, strategy filled session with concrete steps you can implement immediately to help students – and yourself. This webinar is K-12.


This workshop is a collaboration between WRESA, WCU and NCCAT. If you have any questions about the workshop, you can contact April Spencer at aspencer @wresa.org 



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276 NCCAT DR
Cullowhee, NC  USA
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Behavioral Interventions that Work (Virtual)
Behavioral Interventions that Work (Virtual)
189/200 LEFT $ 25.00 
Virtual
Wednesday Feb 01, 2023 @  09:00:AM  —  12:30:PM EST
Session #2: February 1, 2023 (Virtual) A link will be sent closer to the date of the event)
Time: 9:00am-12:30pm
Location: Virtual

Cost:     $25
Audience: K-12 Educators
Presenter: Amie Dean


Course Details:

Do you have a plan for what to do when a student doesn’t comply with your request? Do you want to avoid power struggles with challenging students? Amie Dean, the Behavior Queen, is returning to offer behavior strategies that work. Whether you are a beginning teacher or a veteran, there will be something for everyone. This session will guide you in developing a preventative plan for handling issues from low level distractions to more chronic behaviors. You will reflect on your current practices, learn the purpose of behavior, how to respond vs. react, and how to reboot your current systems to support student behavior and GAIN instructional minutes. This is a practical, strategy filled session with concrete steps you can implement immediately to help students – and yourself. This webinar is K-12.



This workshop is a collaboration between WRESA, WCU and NCCAT. If you have any questions about the workshop, you can contact April Spencer at aspencer @wresa.org


 
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