Attend ALL 4 of Kevin Dill's workshops at WVEC!!
November 19 - Most Powerful Solutions for Eliminating Chronic Disruptive Behavior in K-12 Classrooms
December 14 - Positive Behavior Support Systems
February 6 - Creating Trauma Sensitive Classrooms
March 6 - Creating an Executive Functioning Friendly Classroom
November 19 - Most Powerful Solutions for Eliminating Chronic Disruptive Behavior in K-12 Classrooms -
Want to know the most effective strategies that will stop chronic behavior immediately in its tracks…the tricks that master level teachers use to prevent and eliminate chronic disruptive behavior? This training takes a deeper look at the most effective strategies and interventions for eliminating chronic disruptive behavior within a multi-tiered system of support. You’ll learn and leave with ready to use techniques for Angry, Obnoxious, Defiant, Explosive, Aggressive, Controlling, Arrogant, Noisy, and Maladaptive students. See these techniques in action as presenter Kevin Dill simulates implementation through live role playing.
December 14 - Positive Behavior Support Systems -
This training explores the important and critical role of leadership in effective and sustainable implementation of school-wide PBIS/MTSS. We’ll share effective ideas for approaching student behavior from a systems level, as well as school-wide and classroom strategies that prevent and eliminate chronic disruptive behavior. School leaders will understand the blueprint of preventing disruptive behavior, enhancing school climate and culture, social competence, and academic engagement. We’ll learn why some system strategies fail and how auditing current implementation progress can lead to successful strategic planning, alignment and execution of a MTSS.
February 6 - Creating Trauma Sensitive Classrooms -
This training explores how Adverse Childhood Experiences impact learning, increase maladaptive behavior and impair social-emotional skill development in students. Attendees will learn strategies to develop a trauma sensitive classroom that will move students from working in the limbic system part of their brain to the pre-frontal cortex part of their brain, increase attention, reduce irresponsible behavior, help student regulate and improve overall competencies.
March 6 - Creating an Executive Functioning Friendly Classroom -
Executive Function is one of today's most critical education topics. Students with strong executive function skills hold the keys to school and social success—from attention and impulse control to time management and organization. This training explores practical and highly effective strategies to enhancing these critical skills. Through understanding brain functioning, teachers will immediately grasp what executive function is and how it affects their students' learning and behavior. You’ll learn the explicit, research-based strategies to adapt instruction and classroom structure to enhance students' executive skills and improve 'trouble spots'
Kevin Dill - During his tenure in education, he has served as a special education teacher, public school Principal, and Director of Special Education. An internationally renowned educator and popular speaker, he offers practical instructional strategies to help all students learn. Kevin is known across the country for his innovative and researched based strategies designed to eliminate chronic disruptive behavior and improve student performance in the classroom. He is a specialist in the area of student behavior with over 20 years of teaching experience. Kevin has authored several education resources including the Most Powerful Solutions to Eliminating Chronic Disruptive Behavior in Your Classroom.
Date: November 19, December 14, February 6, and March 6
Time: 9:00 AM - (lunch on your own)
Location: Wabash Valley Education Center
Cost: $475.00/member or $950/non-member*
*Cost of all workshops are based on membership in an Indiana ESC. Any registrants who are not members of an ESC in the state of Indiana will be required to pay the non-member fee of twice the amount of the workshop cost.
**See cancellation policy below
WVEC CANCELLATION POLICY:
* Registrants who notify WVEC of their cancellation on or before the registration deadline date will not be required to pay the registration fee.
* Registrants who cancel after the registration deadline but before the workshop date or call to cancel on the day of the workshop will pay 50% of the registration fee.
* Registrants who neglect to call or notify the WVEC of their cancellation will be responsible for paying the full fee.
* On official school corporation weather-related cancellation days, registrants will not be required to pay registration fees.
Registration open through 11/15/2018 11:45 AM EST
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