Course Description


Strategies to Address Both Learning and Survival Brain Functioning in Children and Adolescents

In this workshop, participants will learn evidenced-based classroom strategies for responding to concerning behavior in children and adolescents. These strategies will be organized to address student’s escalating behavior when they are in survival brain, driven by the limbic system and irrational thinking and unable to process information effectively as well as in learning brain when self-control and rationale thinking can be supported.

Participants will be given practical examples and materials and have opportunities to practice designing and using the strategies to address student needs at different stages of an escalating incident.


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