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Autism Networking: Data Analysis 101 - (FBA & BIP) • 4/10/17

Autism Networking: FBA Forms & Behavioral Intervention Plans • 5/15/17

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

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Third Grade • 6/15/17

PDP Verification Process Workshop • 4/4/17

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

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Autism Summer 2017: Creating Supportive Classrooms: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of our Students
More and more students in today's classrooms come to us with learning challenges that are made even more difficult by some of the mental health challenges they experience.   While we cannot expect teachers, classroom associates/assistants, or related staff to become counselors or therapists, many of the strategies that are currently used to support students with mental health needs are easily adapted for use in the classroom setting.  Entire classrooms can benefit from adding emotional regulation supports, mindfulness practices, sensory supports and a variety of other multi-modal teaching strategies…the exact kinds of supports that benefit students with mental health issues.  Participants will learn many functional tools to utilize within the general education curriculum to support ALL students…skills that can carry over into the home…and…as an extra benefit…can  increase your own feelings of well being!  Come dressed comfortably, bring an open mind and be prepared to have a relaxing and fun time!

 

Presented by Lisa Ladson, Nanette A. Negri, PhD, & Sara Pensinger
Date(s) Monday, July 31st & Tuesday, August 1st
Time 8:30 a.m. through 2:30 p.m.
Location(s) D.C. Professional Development Center
Presenter(s) Lisa Ladson, Nanette A. Negri, PhD, & Sara Pensinger
Audience This workshop will be useful to all school personnel
Professional Development Hours: 12.0
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Current Attendees:
OOSTERHUIS, JENNY RAINVILLE, SUSAN THORPE, PETE
WAIT, MICHAELA WEBER, LAUREN

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