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Autism Summer 2017: Building Communication Skills in Individuals Who are Less Verbal • 6/27/17

Autism Summer 2017: Creating Supportive Classrooms: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of our Students • 7/31/17

Autism Summer 2017: How to Manage when Emotions and Behaviors Get Big • 8/10/17

Autism Summer 2017: Promoting Independence Across Environments • 7/24/17

Autism Summer 2017: Understanding and Learning to Celebrate Autism and other Sensory and Movement Differences • 6/20/17

Autism Summer 2017: Understanding, Supporting, and Teaching Executive Functioning Skills for Your Students • 7/25/17

CESA #9 Presents Helping Students Through Trauma and Loss • 6/22/17

CPI Refresher • 4/20/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Fifth Grade • 6/20/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - First Grade • 6/13/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Fourth Grade • 6/19/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Kindergarten • 6/12/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Second Grade • 6/14/17

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PDP Verification Process Workshop • 4/4/17

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Wisconsin Technology Initiative (WTI) Community] Registration • 4/8/17

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Introduction to Zones of Regulation

Who should attend? This session is geared toward K-5 regular education teachers and special educators who would like more information about the Zones of regulation.
What are the Zones of Regulation? The Zones of Regulation is a curriculum designed to help foster self-regulation and emotional control in children.  The Zones can be compared to a traffic light.  Similar to a green light, in the Green Zone, one is “good to go”.  The Yellow Zone means to take caution; students may exhibit behaviors that we want to “slow down”. The Red Zone means a very heightened emotional state and the student needs to “stop,” just like a red light. The Blue Zone is similar to a rest area.  When you are tired and need a break, you need to rest in order to re-energize yourself.
Why should you attend?  If students are self-regulated, they are ready to learn.  You as a teacher will be able to do what you do best!  Teach! Research shows that higher academic achievement is more likely when interventions include self-regulation components (Blair & Raza, 2007). Students will also be learning lifelong skills that will help them to continue to learn and also to form healthy social relationships.
When is it offered? You have two chances to attend on either Monday, January, 30th or March 20th from 4-5:30, at the PD center.  These are duplicate sessions and will cover the same content.

Presented by Deborah Chapman and Dawn Schueller
Date(s) March 20, 2017
Time 4:00-5:30
Location(s) D.C. Professional Development Center
Presenter(s) Deborah Chapman and Dawn Schueller
Professional Development Hours: 2.0
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Current Attendees:
ANDREAS, HEATHER BENZ, CATHY BORYSIAK, MARLENE
BRANDT, JOLENE BRUNN, LORA BURZINSKI, LYNN
CUCCHIARELLI, JENNIFER DAVIES, LINDA DRAKE, ANGELA
GEBERT, SAMANTHA HARTMAN, ALEXIS HEEREN, CAROL
KOCH, KATHRYN MORGAN, LISA PAGEL, ADRIA
PAGEL, AMANDA RADEMAN-PUGH, JILL RAINVILLE, SUSAN
SABEY, RENA SCHMITZ, APRIL SNYDER-HEITMAN, AMY
STADLER, SAMANTHA SWENSON, KATELYN WEBER, LAUREN
YANG, YAUO

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