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Proactive Discipline for Reactive Students: Using Restorative Discipline for PBIS in the Classroom

Session I (8:00am-10:15am)
"Introduction to Differentiating Between Typical and Atypical Behavior Patterns"
Session II (10:30am-11:45am)
"Understanding and Implementing Restorative Discipline and PBIS Strategies in the Classroom"
  1. Typical and Atypical Behavior Patterns
    1. Identifying Disruptive Classroom Behavior
    2. Using the A-B-C Model to Understand Behavior
    3. Conducting Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA)
  2. Identifying Typical Functions of Behavior
    1. Genetics
    2. Gender
    3. Critical Stages of Development
    4. Reinforcement
    5. Getting Needs Met
  3. Identifying Atypical Functions of Behavior
    1. Processing Deficits
    2. Learning Deficits
    3. ADD/ADHD
    4. Autism Spectrum
    5. Behavioral Deficits
  1. Assessing Teacher Response to Misbehavior
    1. Creative & Adaptable
    2. Structured & Control
  2. Components of Restorative Discipline
    1. Building Self-Esteem
    2. Mentoring Students
    3. Active Communications
    4. Class Meetings
  3. Components of PBIS
    1. Best Practices
    2. Three Tier Model
  4. Factors Resulting in Classroom Behavior Problems
    1. Indicators that a Behavior Plan is Not Working
    2. Factors that Cause Classroom Behavior Problems
    3. Twelve Common Classroom Mistakes

Lunch Provided (11:45am-12:30pm)

Lunch Provided (11:45am-12:30pm)

Session III (12:30pm-1:45pm)
    "Demonstrating Tier I, II, & III Restorative Discipline and PBIS Strategies in the Classroom"
Session IV (2:00pm-3:00pm)
"Using the A-B-C Model to Change Classroom Behavior"
  1. Implementing Tier I Restorative Discipline and PBIS Strategies
  2. Impact Atypical Student have on Educators
  3. Stress of Assessment
  4. Implementing Restorative Discipline and PBIS Tier II & III Strategies
  1. Using the A-B-C Model to Identify the Function of Behavior
  2. Group Practice Session