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Flint, MI 48507

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Therapy-based Intervention That Works In Classrooms For Busy Teachers And Support Staff

S’COOL MOVES IS AN EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAM PROVEN TO ENHANCE COLLABORATION AND SUCCESS FOR YOUR STAFF AND STUDENTS.

SUPPORT ALL CHILDREN IN TODAY'S DIVERSE CLASSROOMS

This workshop is appropriate for K-5 elementary teachers, special education teachers, physical and occupational therapists, specialists, reading teachers, and parents working with children with special needs.

A snapshot of what you'll learn:

Improve Academics

Use the Dynamic 5 Systems Approach to support learners with dyslexia, sensory processing disorder, and/or ADHD. ‘ Learn 10 Minute Moves to improve learning readiness. ‘ Advocate for children who think and learn differently.

Improve Behavior

‘Improve self-regulation and focus for academics. ‘ Learn 20 Focus Moves poster activities. ‘ Apply activities to Trauma Informed Teaching Models. ‘ Teach students how to manage their own behavior and become leaders.

Gain Support

Learn tiered interventions proven to work for busy teachers and support staff. ‘ Use same activities across multidisciplinary teams. ‘ Close the gap between special education and general education through effective collaboration. You will receive a free start-up kit to begin immediately. Continued support is also available even after the workshop through newsletters, free podcasts, and current evidence/research to support your role at https://www.schoolmoves.com/




One-Day Seminar

Friday, April 12, 2019

8:30 Registration 9:00am - 3:00pm Workshop (Continental Breakfast and Box Lunch included)

S'COOL MOVES SUPPLIES INCLUDED:
Workshop Booklet
Minute Moves Poster Set
Focus Moves Beginning Level Poster Set
Focus Moves Intermediate Level Poster Set
Focus Moves Instruction Booklet
Quadrant Word Tap Cards with one set of Tapping Sticks
B8/Rapid Naming Card
Carry Bag

Facilitators:

Jennifer Vogtmann, MS, OTRL is a regional trainer for S'cool Moves and Faculty of the Occupational Therapy Program for Baker College of Flint. Jennifer shares with attendees her professional insights and real-life experiences from the public school system through her work with children ages 0 -26.

Barbara Churray is a first-grade Elementary Teacher with the Utica School System. Barbara shares her expertise as a Reading Specialist and real-life experiences achieving literacy gains with children using S'cool Moves strategies. Barbara brings us years of experience presenting with Macomb Intermediate School District in the area of literacy and working with children as a reading specialist in the elementary school setting.



Highlights of Conference

• Collaboration Using S’cool Moves Activities

• The Energy Expenditure Model

• Learning Differences and Overlapping Behaviors

• Six S’cool Moves Principles

• Ten Minute Moves Routines

• Minute Moves Job Cards

• Power Up! Quadrant Word Taps

• Focus Moves Poster Activities

• Power Up! Moves Activities

• Accountability & Implementation



By the end of the workshop, participants will:

Have knowledge of S’cool Moves concepts that focus on classroom management, educational goals, and integrating therapy techniques into the classroom ✶ Understand the Energy Expenditure Model and how it ties to participation in the educational setting ✶ Demonstrate effective activities to improve executive functioning and self-regulation to optimize students’ alertness and attention levels ✶ Be able to differentiate instruction to support students with learning differences and behavior challenges (within a variety of contexts) ✶ Practice using techniques that create independent learners and enhance self-regulation skills in therapy settings and classrooms ✶ Learn about the importance of collaboration to improve metacognition and cognitive function ✶ Integrate S’cool Moves activities with MTSS models using push-in, pull-out, or consult models.

SCHECH credit provided to Teaching Staff and (6) Contact hours provided to Therapists

For additional information, contact Jennifer Vogtmann at 810-766-2044 or email at jvogtm03@baker.edu.

www.schoolmoves.com

We are unable to do refunds, please send someone in your place.



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