Behavior Management: Classroom Management & Discipline
Presented by Dr. Megan Kirk, School Psychologist & Dr. Amy Walker, Resource Teacher
March 1, 2018
Whitaker Room 110G
The focus of this session will be defining and understanding types of behaviors and their functions. Information regarding trauma informed teaching and trauma sensitive classrooms will be shared. A summary of the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACES) will also be presented. Practical strategies for behavior management including the use of rules, routines, and procedures will also be examined.
Sessions are FREE of charge; however,registration is required.
July in Indiana: Hot, Sticky, Stormy, Cool, Dry, and Sunny! No matter the weather (the weekend included all of these conditions), the 2017 Midwest Transition Institute was a big success for youth who are deaf-blind. Race For Your Dreams was held July 13th through the 16th in Terre Haute, Indiana. The Institute was hosted by the Indiana Deaf-Blind Services Project on the campus of Indiana State University (ISU). This exciting weekend was designed for teenagers who are deaf-blind and their families. They came from six states (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin) to listen to inspiring deaf-blind presenters, meet with mentors, find out about transition resources and enjoy a variety of fun-filled and well-planned activities.
Office of Special Education Short Shares
Short Share 1- Conceptual Framework
Short Share 2- Equity & Access
Short Share 3- Equity & Access Continued
Short Share 4- Universal Design for Learning
Short Share 5- Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)
Short Share 6- Curriculum (Introduction)
Short Share 7- Curriculum & Content Connectors
Short Share 8- Collaboration
Short Share 9- Instruction
Short Share 10- Assessment
Short Share 11- 2016-2017 Summary
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