Full course description
UAA EDSE 590.504
1 credit, $104
Dates: Block B-Thursday and Friday, May 26th & 27th 8am-4pm (Synchronous zoom sessions)
- Asynchronous work for the course continues May 31st-June 3rd
Instructors: Nicole Draper, Sara Dykstra
Description: In this course, teachers will use learn simple, teacher-friendly interventions to use as a starting place in addressing a a variety of challenging behaviors in the classroom. Many teachers feel unprepared to effectively deal with such behavior in the classroom, these interventions, aligned with ASD's Collaborative Problem Solving Process will give teachers a. continuum of early-stage interventions that are easy to plan and implement. The teacher starts with the simplest one first, and continues on only when the student's behavior doesn't improve. All participants will need a copy of Early-Stage Interventions: Behavior Strategies for Every Teacher (Safe & Civil Schools).
Instructor Note: All registrants will need a copy of the book.
* ASD registrants will receive a copy via inter-district mail
*Non-ASD registrants can order a copy here: https://ancorapublishing.com/product/early-stage-interventions/
For questions about the book email firstname.lastname@example.org