Thursday, October 5, 2023 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM EDT
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Pam Ouellette 

Intervening at the Classroom Level to Reduce Challenging Student Behavior  for the School Principal

In this training, administrators will be provided an overview of the prevent-teach-reinforce-respond framework to apply at the class-wide level. The goal of this training is to increase participant knowledge and skillset in a) accurately pinpointing causes of class-wide problem behavior and in b) identifying appropriate universal supports to increase positive, expected student behaviors. Time will also be spent reviewing the necessary training and coaching procedure that should be utilized in- order-to increase staff implementation success. The training will conclude with a discussion surrounding the critical need for strong classroom management in-order-to reduce the need for more restrictive and unnecessary interventions. 

Note: The content within this training will complement the Fundamentals of an Inclusive Classroom workshops with an emphasis on the role of administrators in ensuring universal supports are effectively in place.

Objectives: By the end of this training, administrators will be able to:

A. List steps to identifying class-wide challenging routines

B. Describe 3 strategies to prevent problem behaviors and encourage expected


C. State the steps to effectively train and coach staff to increase implementation


D. Describe the role of a classroom management framework in reducing individual

student interventions