TCEC Spring Staff Development Training
Twin Cities Education Consultants, LLC (TCEC) is excited to provide a day of training to support school Administrators, Special Education Coordinators and Special Education Teachers! Please join TCEC as we provide trainings for the following:
*Expectations Behavior Management System
*Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
*Proactive Strategies to Assist Students with Autism
**CEU's towards relicensure will be provided after completion of training!
Dan Mades, K-12 Special Education Teacher and TCEC EBD consultant, presents his behavior management system that has been implemented in elementary schools and has data to show it's success! The Expectations Behavior Management System is a Multi-Tiered System of Supports for special education students who struggle with behavior. Dan's program allows school staff to create a data driven behavior management system that prepares both staff and students for a new way of interacting with each other. This management system helps teachers set up a solid foundation for their students to build their character, and to set a path for success. The decisions the team makes about each child's program is data driven, and based on best practice strategies. At the same time providing accountability for both staff and students to deal with behaviors as a team. Finally, all members of the IEP Team will have a new way to communicate with each other in real time so appropriate decisions can be made to each child's programming in a timely manner. The goal of Expectations is to help struggling students reach their full potential.
Expectation Behavior Management System curriculum will be sold on site.
Sales will need to be made by cash or check
Kelly Peterson, TCEC Nationally Certified School psychologist with over 15 years experience working with early childhood to high school aged children. Those who attend this session will learn to:
Promote mental wellness for students
Create a safe and positive school climate
Reduce social-emotional barriers and increase student learning
Identify key Warning signs for early-onset mental illness in children and adolescents
Identify suicide risk factors, protective factors and research-based warning signs
Communicate with teens and what to do if someone is at risk (how to ask about suicide, how to respond and what to do next)
Implement suicide prevention in schools
Mary Watkins, TCEC Autism and Behavior Consultant with over 15 years experience working with children who have been severely impacted by autism or behavior challenges, will present on proactive strategies to use with students who have been identified on the Autism Spectrum. All of these evidence based strategies will help promote a successful environment for individuals impacted with ASD. Those who attend will walk away with a better understanding of proactive strategies and how to implement those strategies with fidelity. Participants will learn how to be proactive in regards to programming, planning, implementing and assisting individuals impacted with ASD.
*An agenda will be sent with updated information for the layout of the day, closer to the event date.
Who do I contact with questions?
Please contact Jessica Schlegel with questions @ email@example.com
Is it ok if my registration is transferred to another colleague in the event I cannot attend?
Yes. In the event an alternate teacher is sent to training in your place, please notify Jessica Schlegel by email of the change.
Will lunch be provided?
No. There will be a 1 hour lunch break provided. Refreshments will be provided.
What is the cancellation policy?
Cancellations must be received by March 13th for a full refund.