Resetting for Resilience
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).
- 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.