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Resetting for Resilience

July 18
$249.00
 

July 18, 2018
Starr Albion Campus

Designed for teachers and other educational staff who work with students that exhibit problematic behavior. This course builds upon The Circle of Courage® philosophy providing a framework for implementing its principles in an educational setting.  Topics covered include a review of The Circle of Courage® philosophy, the four universal growth needs of belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity and how they can be met in a classroom, points and levels systems vs. The Circle of Courage®, and utilizing the Circle of Courage philosophy and its ‘courageous lens’ in discipline practices (including how to write Behavior Support Plans (BSPs) and run In School Suspension (ISS)/”Reset Rooms” in a trauma-informed, resilience-focused manner).

INCLUDES "Resetting for Resilience Resource Guide" (including the “Reset Roadmap”, private logic and universal needs assessment tools, and a template for writing a trauma-informed, resilience-focused Behavior Support Plan).

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Participants will explore their own/their settings beliefs related to children and behavior.
  • Participants will gain knowledge related to the central principles of the Circle of Courage® Model.
  • Participants will understand the connection between "broken Circles" and problematic behavior.
  • Participants will explore and practice strategies for resetting students' resilience.

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Date: 
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 - 06:45

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