Classroom Behavior: What's the Function? - Austin, TX
Monday, February 10, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
6 hours counseling/Social Work CEUs available!
Boring, predictable, and outdated. That’s how people describe the behavioral trainings and workshops they attend year after year. Most behavioral trainings are the same old thing: not applicable to all students, not interesting, or just someone with no clue telling you that what you are doing is wrong.
Are you looking for something different? If so, we have the answer! Classroom Behavior: What’s the Function realizes that students are different these days, and no pre-packaged discipline programs work for all children in all situations. This workshop will look at what is going on with students TODAY, and address issues that are relevant to you, in this day and age, not what behavior looked like 20-30 years ago.
Psychology 101. It’s not something we think about too often anymore. With all of the new gimmicks and “change behavior in 10 minutes” plans that are on the market, we tend to forget about what years and years of research and practice have taught us about behavior. Classroom Behavior: What’s the Function will take what is known from the behavioral experts and apply it to what is going on in your schools and classrooms. Most importantly, this workshop will give you the tools you need to go back to your students and develop your own classroom techniques and methods that suit your personality. After all, who else knows your students better than you do?
Show n’ Tell, it’s not something professionals take part in anymore, but it’s something that is extremely valuable. This workshop will build in time to share your awesome techniques, gadgets, or technology with others, and give you an opportunity to learn from what others use that is effective. We will also look at new, cutting edge items that are on the market today that will enhance or add to your classroom when working with behavior. More than likely no other workshop you will go to this year will have such a unique time of networking and learning!
Perfect for Response to Intervention, regular, and special education students!
Only $80 if you register by 1/26/14!
3 easy ways to register:
For fax registration download THIS FORM (pdf).
Register by phone: 877.745.8645
What people have said . . .
“Great speakers! Ya’ll made the day enjoyable. It was a day well worth it.”
- Denise, lead special education teacher
“The presenters kept it very interesting and interactive. The information was valuable, especially for new teachers.”
- Elaine, elementary teacher
“This gave me the ability to take something directly back to my class and implement it.”
- Marci, secondary teacher
“This was great. Great stories, ideas, and feedback from other people in the training. Everything related in some way to things I have experienced. I can use this in my classroom and for when I have children of my own.”
- Heather, 7th grade math
“It was very informational, with great and simple ideas that can be easily applied in the classrooms.”
- Ingrid, school social worker
About the Presenters
Stephen N Baldridge, PhD has 13 years of experience working with children with special needs and severe behavior. He has worked in various schools implementing behavioral interventions, training staff, and consulting with teachers and parents. Stephen’s PhD is in the field of social work, where he has researched childhood behavior, as well as the implementation of Behavioral Theory into educational settings. Stephen also specializes in the innovative and unique use of technology in the school setting to assist in teaching and learning. His publications include work in the area of childhood behavior, parenting, and at risk children.
Lynn Johnstonhas worked in the field of education for over 15 years. She has experience in both regular and special education classrooms, working with all age levels. Lynn has been working specifically within the frameworks of Applied Behavior Analysis for over ten years. Lynn has continually trained both regular and special education staff on all issues surrounding behavioral management and modification over her entire career.
REFUND INFORMATION: Refunds will be given in full if requested at least 14 days prior to event. Refunds will be refunded minus 50% fee if requested 2-13 days prior to event. Refunds will not be given within 24 hours of event. "No Shows" will not be given refund.
Note: attendees that register without payment are still subject to workshop fee unless notification is given within frame of time described above.