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June 10-11, at Miles Community College with Dr. Linda Karges-Bone
Classroom Management ER,
Target Audience: New Teachers. Schools with Unsatisfactory Ratings. Special Educators. Teacher Trainers. All educators interested in improved school climate and pupil performance.
Purpose: To provide classroom teachers with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions they need to do diagnostic-prescriptive classroom management and integrate positive classroom management strategies before problems occur.
Outcome: Improved test scores. Fewer referrals for behavioral problems. Satisfied, less stressed faculty. More positive school climate.
Description:This full day session offers educators an overview of the 7 major theorists that impact classroom management decisions, including extrinsic and intrinsic models. The emphasis is on preventing management problems with organization, understanding of students’ needs, a firm grasp of brain function and child development, and simple techniques for creating a positive, management-friendly environment. Dr. Bone shows educators how the brains of children and their social situations affect behavior and how teachers can intervene successfully to shape desired outcomes. Video, power point, and small group instruction.
Parent Engagement evening, Monday evening
6:30 Sleep Inn Miles City
Did you know that the smartest any of ever will be is at age two, when we have the largest number of neural connections? The trick for parents, is to harness that brain energy. Dr Linda Karges-Bone’s Family Engagement session brings the current research on raising smarter, more creative children to life in practical, useful ways. Important topics include the family-literacy connection, Brain-friendly family meal recipes, threats of technology to early brain development, and strengthening family communication. Families will receive Dr Bone’s best-selling book “Brain Tips” to sustain and reinforce the strategies. For more information visit www.educationinsite.com
Trauma Informed Care
Trauma and stress affect a child’s brain in unique ways. The amygdala, located on each side of the cortex turn on and effectively shut down critical and creative thinking, making teaching and learning difficult if not impossible. In the session, Dr Bone will explain the trajectory of trauma and residual stress and help teachers understand students ‘ behavior, anxiety, and decisions in the light of childhood trauma. More importantly, participants will identify a menu of instructional and behavior management strategies that more effectively address the impacts of trauma and help students regain a healthy perspective.
June 12 Effective Classroom Practices
Effective Classroom Practices provide crucial support for the universal Tier 1 system. It creates a foundation of primary interventions to integrate with classroom management and instructional practices. These evidence-based “Great 8” essential components of an effective classroom focus on preventing rather than responding. The effective practices promote academic and behavioral competence. Participants will build on their strengths to further develop an effective and efficient classroom.
June 13, at DCC Windmills training with Cheri Reid This day will also include soft skill and Pre-Ets information
What is the "Windmills" Training Program? Revised in 2016, "Windmills" is a high-impact, changing the perception of disability training curriculum. The program consists of 12 modules that use participation and discovery as learning vehicles. http://miltwright.com/products/windmills.htm#what
June 13, at DCC with Annie Beggar, 2nd-6th Math
August 5--General Education Teachers…What you need to know about Special Education
CSPD is co-sponsoring this day with PVSS.
This workshop is designed for general education teachers and focuses upon the core components of special education and the teacher’s role in all parts of the special education process. We will be discussing the history and laws behind special education, requirements in the pre-referral, referral, evaluation, and IEP processes. The purpose of this workshop is to empower general education teachers when it comes to working with students eligible for special education in their classrooms as well as be an active participant in the evaluation process. Discussion will also address accommodations, modifications, and interventions; the general education teacher as the curriculum expert; and how the general education teacher and the student are at the core of every special education program. The more a general education teachers knows for both general and special education—the better the overall services will be for ALL students.
training opportunity August 13/14, Prairie View Building in Glendive
For more information or to schedule a training contact firstname.lastname@example.org, we are willing to train multiple schools/teams at one time.
data keeping, and ParaEducator related information
Sleep Inn, October 17 8:30-3:30
Autism Education Project:
FREE Online Autism Training
The OPI Montana Autism Education Project is offering 83 hours of online training in Teaching Procedures, Behavior Interventions and Focused Topics to public school staff in Montana who educate students with autism spectrum disorders. The training can provide 78 OPI Continuing Education Units. A listing and description of the training content can be found here. The training can be taken for OPI renewal units and ASHA CEUs and SWP/MFT/LAC/ CEUs.
The next group will start in mid-August and monthly after that.
For more information please contact Doug Doty at 406-459-5303 or email@example.com.
CSPD trainings/events are free of charge and offer OPI Renewal units for all trainings.