Clerisy Architect: Brandon Clayton
Length: 60 minutes
Danielson Framework: 2 (Classroom Environment)
All student behaviors are the result of a triggering event. Build your support toolbox with proactive strategies and reactive solutions for navigating challenging situations. Learn how to identify student triggers, provide support during behaviors, and help students manage those behaviors to reduce disruptions in the future.
- Participants will know how and when to engage and disengage with students
- Participants will acquire tactics to successfully interrupt escalating behavior
- Participants will discover methods for de-escalating students once heightened
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