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Student Success Program for Educators In-Person Courses
Collapse Behavior Management for Educators- Attended In-Person

Across schools, up to 15% of the student population may demonstrate behavior problems stemming from a range of mental health and learning disorders. Difficult student behaviors contribute to chaotic classroom and home environments, student stress, decreased academic engagement, and adult burnout. This workshop will engage participants in an interactive discussion on how to provide structure and increase positive behavior, utilizing proactive techniques drawn from the most up-to-date behavioral research. The workshop leader will guide discussion of how effective behavior management strategies can be applied from preschool through high school at home or in school.

Formats Available: Attended In-Person
Original Webinar Date: September 01, 2019

Approved Credit:
  • NYSED: 1 hour Continuing Teacher and Leader Credit

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    CTLE Credit

    Research indicates that educator stress levels are at an all-time high.  Understanding the ripple effect of this stress across the school community and how to support each other with effective stress management strategies can be transformative in allowing educators to be at their best for the students who need them.  This workshop provides educators with research-based strategies for self-care, including monitoring strong emotional reactions, combatting de-motivating or stress-inducing thinking patterns, learning effective goal setting, and coping skills, incorporating mindfulness and relaxation techniques.

     

    Formats Available: Attended In-Person
    Original Webinar Date: September 01, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • NYSED: 1 hour Continuing Teacher and Leader Credit

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    Collapse Mental Health 101: Signs & Symptoms - Attended In-Person
    CTLE Credit

    Mental health disorders are the most common health issues among school-aged children. Oftentimes, educators are the first to notice the signs and symptoms of a mental health disorder in students. This workshop entails a discussion of the signs and symptoms of some of the most common mental health disorders, including ADHD, depression, and anxiety, providing educators with applicable strategies to identify students who need support.

    Formats Available: Attended In-Person
    Original Webinar Date: September 01, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • NYSED: 1 hour Continuing Teacher and Leader Credit

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    Collapse Mindfulness-Based Strategies for Educators Attended In-Person
    CTLE Credit

    In our busy world, it is difficult to stay connected and to be present in every moment, but practicing mindfulness can help.  This workshop will summarize research on mindfulness strategies and their role in promoting mental health.  Educators will be provided with practical advice on how to incorporate mindfulness into the classroom and teach mindfulness exercises to students.

     

    Formats Available: Attended In-Person
    Original Webinar Date: September 01, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • NYSED: 1 hour Continuing Teacher and Leader Credit

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    Collapse Recognizing and Stopping Bullying- Attended In-Person

    Bullying – in school or online – is a stressful and sometimes traumatic experience for children.  This workshop will address why bullying happens, who’s at risk of being bullied, and who’s at risk of being a bully. This workshop will also include developmental research on the links between social media and child mental health, providing educators with clear recommendations on strategies for identifying bullying signs, promoting positive interactions between students, and addressing bullying across all levels of the school community.

     

    Formats Available: Attending In-Person
    Original Webinar Date: September 01, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • NYSED: 1 hour Continuing Teacher and Leader Credit

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    Collapse Trauma-Informed School Support- Attended In-Person
    CTLE Credit

    Over 40% of school aged children have experienced at least one traumatic event, such as community or domestic violence, natural disasters, exposure to sudden death and suicide, or serious medical illness. This workshop will provide an overview of traumatic stress and how to identify and support students in the wake of a traumatic event. Educators will learn about typical and atypical responses to trauma, when and how to seek treatment, and ways educators can manage their own stress during challenging times.

    Formats Available: Attended In-Person
    Original Webinar Date: September 01, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • NYSED: 1 hour Continuing Teacher and Leader Credit

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    Collapse When to Worry About a Student
    CTLE Credit

    When are student worries actually a sign of anxiety?  In this talk, we will provide educators with an introduction to several types of anxiety disorders common in children and teens, as well as their signs, symptoms, and steps that can be taken to intervene.

    Formats Available: Attended In-Person
    Original Webinar Date: September 01, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • NYSED: 1 hour Continuing Teacher and Leader Credit

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