SELPA – Behavior Intervention Series – Self-Management for Behavior and Academic Interventions (PENT)

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Presenter(s): Carrie Moses & Peter Stoll
Date: 03/05/2019

Location: HCOE Annex

Course #: 8969

Spaces Left: 57 / 60



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Event Sponsor(s): SELPA


For More Information:
Teresa Dexter
707-445-2051
tdexter@hcoe.org


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Audience:
Administrators, K-12 Teachers
The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) identified self-management as one of the five core competencies that are the social and emotional learning standards for students at all levels of education. Self-management is the ability to successfully regulate ones emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in different situations skills to achieve school and life success. Self-management systems can be used for broad behaviors identified through class-wide or school-wide expectations to address behaviors that interfere with academic performance. Attendees will learn how to develop Self-management interventions to teach students how to independently regulate their own behaviors and how to shift some of the responsibilities from teachers and other practitioners to the learners themselves as students become more fluent with the self-management system

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