* 6 hours of PD credit Participants will be able to identify and dispel barriers to PBIS implementation, articulate broad PBIS systems and identify core practices that support student success. The professional learning is divided into three modules with post-tests at the conclusion of each module.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit Positive and constructive feedback is a form of positive reinforcement essential to effective instruction and classroom management. According to research, feedback is ranked as one of the top ten evidence based instructional strategies and is the only practice identified in two of the four domains of high leverage practices for special education. This training has a focus on the reinforcement of students with emotional and behavioral disorders.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This training includes "how to" engage in active supervision to increase appropriate behaviors
*3 hours of PD/EILA credit In this 3 hour online professional development course you will receive... an overview of the Basic FBA to BIP training system, professional development on Understanding Behavior (Basic FBA Module 1) and Function-Based Interventions (Basic FBA Module 4), and additional resources on FBA/BIPs.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This training includes 26 strategies teachers can use in face-to-face and online instruction to support students - the training design features a series of “trading cards” of each intervention that teachers can place on a ring for quick reference. It also includes a sorting activity that PLCs and teaching teams can use to analyze interventions for use with students in Tiers 1, 2, and 3. Note: these strategies can be helpful to share with parents also!
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit In this training, we focus on how to praise students to increase the likelihood they'll use that behavior again
*1 hour of PD/EILA credit This module is intended to provide information regarding the connection between behavior and language. It will also identify communication strategies for addressing challenging behaviors.
* 3 hours of PD credit Content for this session will provide participants with tools to address classroom management in a virtual classroom, tips to help with the management of the classroom, how to create a safe space, technology tips, and how to reduce anger, anxiety, and avoidance that is exhibited by all students in our classrooms.
*Up to 12 PD/ELA credits are available This is a set of 6 self paced training modules for the six classroom practices. Module 1 is an overview of the PBIS framework and physical environment. Module 2 reviews the classroom teaching matrix. Module 3 targets active supervision and Module 4 reviews how to encourage appropriate behavior. Module 5 targets strategies for inappropriate behavior and Module 6 targets engagement and opportunities to respond.
*1 hour of PD/EILA credit This module gives an overview of self-regulation and co-regulation of behavior. It explains how co-regulation influences self-regulation and gives tips for coaching self-regulation to students.
*1.5 hours of PD/EILA credit This training demonstrates methods of behavior observation, data collection, and graphing appropriate for all grade levels and school settings.
*1.5 hours of PD credit In this module, participants will learn about the escalation cycle, effective strategies and interventions to facilitate de-escalation, and the ABCs of behavior.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This is an overview of the evidence-based strategies based on research summarized by CEC's Council for Behavior Disorders
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This training defines executive function, its relationship to problem behaviors, and specific strategies for addressing these critical skills.
*2 hours of PD credit Provide a rationale as to why and when an FBA should be conducted. Explains why functional behavior assessment should be considered a process rather than a form or particular procedure. Describe the three levels of a functional behavior assessment. Describe the potential functions a behavior serves. Describe data collection methods and tools that are used at each level of the FBA process. Describe the advantages and disadv
* 6 hours of PD credit This two part learning series is a virtual adaptation of FBA - BIP CAP approved Training. Participants will first, successfully complete Basic FBA-BIP Modules 1 & 4. Next, Participants will engage in self-paced practice modules using analog student materials to practice FBA and BIP Development.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This module will give an overview of Function-based Interventions, what they are, why are they effective, and what are the benefits and challenges. It will also help identify students who need an FBA and show how to conduct the functional behavior assessment.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This module will guide you through the process of creating a behavior intervention plan including how to collect baseline data and how to use that data to choose the appropriate function-based intervention for you BIP.
*1 hour of PD/EILA credit Why do we engage in certain behaviors? Why do our students engage in certain behaviors? This module will discuss the functions of behaviors and what happens before and after behaviors that lead to the increased likelihood that the behavior will occur again or that it won’t. Also some interventions that can be applied in the classroom.
*3 hours of PD/EILA credit This training is an overview of the classroom teacher’s role in the PASS behavior program. PASS is a process for managing the behavior of students who are behaviorally at-risk and who have not responded to tier 1 and tier 2 behavior interventions. PASS provides tier 3 individualized behavior education services to students with serious emotional or behavioral issues.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit Students have been out of the classroom for the longest period in modern history and will likely need reorientation to a structured classroom environment. The Good Behavior Game(GBG) is a scientifically proven strategy used to increase self-regulation, group regulation and stimulate prosocial behavior among students while reducing problematic behavior. The GBG training outline includes the presentation plus print and video resources.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This focuses on asking the student to do several tasks they like/ are likely to do before a non-preferred task
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This focuses on offering choices that can impact behavior.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This focuses on the feedback we can give students after the behavior happens
*1 hour of PD/EILA credit This module introduces the participant to using Reinforcement effectively to shape behaviors they would like to see increase in classroom.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This virtual training focuses on PBIS strategies teachers can use to welcome students back to school successfully- and to prepare for PBIS in a virtual setting.
*3 hours of PD/EILA credit This session is developing prior knowledge to enhance your understanding of the PASS program, Positive Approach To Student Success. This is an overview to see if you are interested in learning more about the program. Participants will explore resources in the area of research that are the foundational pieces of the PASS program.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This focuses on how you can pre-teach procedures to decrease behavior challenges
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit Look at an approach that proactively builds positive school communities while also reducing misbehavior, discipline referrals in school suspensions and out of school suspensions.
*1 hr of PD/EILA credit This session provides an overview on the definition and components of social emotional learning. *This module is the first part of a six part on demand series on Social Emotional Learning. The series can be taken in its entirety or you can choose the modules of most interest to you.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit This training features the latest evidence-based and promising practices in interventions to support students’ social emotional health as we return to instruction in the 2020-2021 academic year.
*3 hours of PD/EILA credit This is the fourth part of the six part series on social emotional learning. This module focuses on relationship building.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit *This module is the second part of a six part on demand series on Social Emotional Learning. The series can be taken in its entirety or you can choose the modules of most interest to you.
*3 hour of PD/EILA credit This is the third part of the six part series on social emotional learning. This module focuses on social awareness. Strategies and resources will be shared.
*1 hour of PD/EILA credit The goal of this module is to direct you on a path to incorporate stories and writing into your curriculum which will enhance and improve the social skills of all your students.
*3 hour of PD/EILA credit In this 3 hour online professional development course you will receive... an overview of a PBIS Fidelity Assessment called the Tiered Fidelity Inventory and an explanation of how a PBIS Coach/Leader facilitates administration of this tool with their school PBIS team.
*2 hours of PD/EILA credit In this training, we've applied the 16 principles of Explicit Instruction and shared examples specific to students who are exhibiting acting out behaviors we want to decrease
*3 hours of PD/EILA credit This personalized virtual training provides… an overview of Universal Behavior Screening and a more specific look at the Student Risk Screening Scale - Internalizing/Externalizing Edition (SRSS-IE) as a tool to conduct Universal Behavior Screening
*1 hour PD credit By completing the mini-module and reviewing the accompanying activities, you should be able to: Define Reinforcement Understand the difference between Positive and Negative Reinforcement Understand the difference between Negative Reinforcement and Punishment Be aware of reinforcer assessment and preference assessment tools
*1 hour of PD credit This personalized virtual training focuses on implementation of virtual token boards.
*6 hours of PD/EILA credit This training series can be completed as a team or individually, however, it is highly recommended to train as a school team to promote implementation fidelity. Team members to consider: Building administrator, guidance counselor, teacher(s), SLP, OT/OTA. Discussion and examples of virtual implementation strategies will be discussed throughout the training.
*1 hour of PD/EILA credit The Zones of Regulation is a teaching framework that provides strategies to teach students to become more aware of and independent in controlling their emotions and impulses using four concrete behavior zones.