Behavior Intervention Strategies to Support Students through Inclusive Practices

Course #2282, 9 clock hours

Participants will be cultivating a growth mindset when working with students with social, emotional, and behavioral needs. They will learn about the different lens of behavior and high leverage practices for supporting students with social, emotional, and behavioral needs in inclusive classrooms. They will identify the root causes and different functions of behavior.

Learning Objectives
– View behavior through different lens. I.E. Implicit/Explicit bias, Ladder of Inference, ACE’s, Disproportionality and Relationships
– Cultivate a growth mindset to improve student academic and behavior success.
– Learn, apply and increase high leverage social and emotional practices to address the needs of all students learning
– Develop an understanding of behavior, functions and their importance.

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