Developing Appropriate Strategies for Student Behavior and Effective Management in the Classroom when Working with Difficult Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds

  • Developing Appropriate Strategies for Student Behavior and Effective Management in the Classroom when Working with Difficult Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds
Developing Appropriate Strategies for Student Behavior and Effective Management in the Classroom when Working with Difficult Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds

Credits: 1 OSL, 10 SEMIs, or 1.2 CEUs

$125 for two-day workshop.

$100 for GCEIC member districts (discount given during invoicing)

In this professional learning experience, participants will learn how to encourage personal transformation of difficult students from disadvantaged backgrounds by learning strategies and gaining insights to help students make goof behavioral choices and assume personal responsibility for their actions.  Dr. Jan Lancaster will provide content based on Ruby Payne's insights about children of poverty as well as research about disadvantaged students and the related school implications. Responsive Discipline will be discussed. Participants will work in groups to develop ideas to implement in their particular situations.

Date Time Session Instructor Faciliator Venue
Tue, Jan 16, 2018 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Day 1 Dianne King Knight Non-Profit Center
Wed, Jan 17, 2018 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Day 2 Dianne King Knight Non-Profit Center
$125.00