CAHELP Guide of Professional Learning Courses

Regaining School Muscle Memory: The Fundamentals of Behavior BEHAVIORAL SUPPORTS

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Are you anticipating the return to school post distance learning, extended break, family trauma, campus crisis, etc.? Do you feel concerned about the possible behaviors that may occur once you and your students return to school? In this presentation, participants will obtain knowledge on how to proactively address behaviors in the classroom. Topics will include a basic review of behavioral concepts, the impact of unexpected environmental changes on students, replacement behaviors, and environmental arrangement. Different ways to disseminate the information school-wide will be discussed.

Intended Audience

General education teachers, special education teachers, paraprofessionals, counselors, and site administrators.

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© School Climate, Pupil Engagement, Pupil Achievement, Other Pupil Outcomes

– (442) 292-5094 x206 # 02:00 Hours

School-Wide Information System (SWIS) BEHAVIORAL SUPPORTS

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School-Wide Information System (SWIS) training is a reliable and confidential web-based information system to collect, summarize, and use student behavior data for decision-making. SWIS provides school personnel with the information they need to be successful decision makers. Through SWIS, school staff enter office discipline referrals online. The data is summarized to provide information about individual students, groups of students, or the entire student body over any time period. SWIS training is for schools currently implementing a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) model. Participants will learn how to define behavior patterns in greater detail. Innumerable reports allow teams to dive into the data, getting more detailed information about specific questions related to the overall school-wide patterns. Using these reports, teams can look at disproportionately by ethnicity, detailed information about individual students’ referral patterns, and year-end reports to guide action planning for the upcoming school year.

Intended Audience

Special education teachers, general education teachers, paraprofessionals, site administrators, and district administrators.

LCAP Priorities


© School Climate, Pupil Engagement, Pupil Achievement, Parent Involvement

– (442) 292-5094 x200 # 03:00 Hours

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