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1 Day Event:
Feb 4, 2022
SPOKANE WA
Hilton Garden Inn
9015 West Sunset Hwy
Spokane, WA, 99224
509-244-5866
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Schedule:
8:30 am – 3:15 pm
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2/1/22ATLANTA, GA
2/2/22SAN ANTONIO, TX
2/3/22SALT LAKE CITY, UT
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$279
Group Fee:
$259


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Practical Strategies for Dealing with Disrespectful and Disengaged Students

Presented by Cindy Jones
Outstanding Educator, Behavior Specialist, and National Presenter

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Specifically Designed for Grades 1-12: Classroom Teachers, Special Education Staff, Paraprofessionals, Administrators, Counselors, School Psychologists, Crisis Interventionists and Special Program Coordinators

  • Practical strategies that will improve the behavior of repeatedly disrespectful students
  • Learn more techniques to increase highly engaged academic behavior
  • Proven ideas to better de-escalate students who seek power struggles
  • Innovative NEW ideas for more respectful and positive students

Practical Ideas and Strategies

Students with disrespectful and disengaged behaviors are becoming more and more prevalent in our schools. These students are exceedingly difficult to reach and even more difficult to teach. They often exhibit rude behaviors, infringe on others’ rights, disrupt the classroom, and refuse to engage in leaning. This NEW, highly practical seminar by CINDY JONES is designed to offer educators powerful tools and techniques for changing students’ negative behaviors into positive, productive learning behaviors.

You will leave this seminar with many highly effective and game-changing ideas for reducing disrespectful student behavior as well as helping students move from unmotivated, disorganized, and apathetic to engaged and successful learners in your classroom.

Ten Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Working Successfully with Disengaged Students
  2. Discover new ways to change students’ behaviors that appear apathetic, shut down, and unmotivated after working in a virtual setting this past year
  3. Stay Out of Power Struggles with Angry, Argumentative, and Aggressively Disrespectful Students
  4. Learn easy-to-use verbal interventions that stop power struggles and rude remarks and behaviors in the classroom
  5. Increase Engagement and Respect for Learning and Others
  6. Learn how to design the ultimate learning environment for your disengaged and disrespectful students … Help them be more engaged and more respectful
  7. Maintain Better Control of Your Classrooms
  8. Teach students better and more appropriate alternatives to their verbal and physical outbursts that can interrupt your learning environment … Address the behaviors without escalating the situation
  9. New Ways to Help Your Students Be More Engaged in Learning and Gain Greater Academic Success
  10. Help your disrespectful students gain needed confidence to try and to grow academically and become more engaged at school
  11. Reduce Angry Behavior
  12. Teach students to make better choices in school … Reduce angry outbursts
  13. Proven Strategies for Gaining Parental Support
  14. Increase parent support and decrease resistance
  15. Techniques for Immediately Handling Disrespectful and Dangerous Behaviors
  16. Effective strategies that will quickly end or defuse inappropriate behavior before it escalates
  17. Improve Student Self-Control, Decrease Your Time Managing Behavior
  18. Give your students effective tools they can adopt for better self-regulation and increased self-control
  19. Receive an Extensive Resource Handbook
  20. Each participant will receive an extensive resource handbook filled with practical strategies for dealing with disrespectful and disengaged students in your classroom

Outstanding Strategies You Can Use Immediately

  • Highly effective, classroom-proven strategies for decreasing disrespectful and disengaged student behaviors at school
  • What motivates non-engaged students and how to point them to more successful learning
  • How to help students who are so disorganized that it hinders their learning
  • Create a growth mindset classroom and online learning environment where students can learn, and you can teach
  • Specific techniques to use with students who are apathetic and uninterested in learning
  • Strategies to help you be more proactive and spend less time addressing disrespectful behavior
  • Effective ways to stay emotionally neutral while working with difficult and defiant students
  • Ways to state directives to gain students’ compliance
  • Practical ideas for helping you gain greater control of your learning environments
  • Down-to-earth, common-sense methods to better communicate with the most disrespectful and disengaged students
  • How to encourage positive change in students by facilitating, not punishing
  • Reclaim your enthusiasm, energy and focus on teaching
  • How to teach skills to replace the inappropriate behaviors that disengaged students commonly exhibit
  • increase success and keep all students engaged in learning
  • How to increase and maintain your joy of teaching while working with the most disrespectful and disengaged students

A Message From Your Seminar Leader

Dear Colleague:

As I visit schools and travel around the country training educators, two of the concerns I frequently hear are “What do I do about rude, disrespectful students and how do I get kids to do work and engage in learning?” In schools today, we are seeing students with chronically activated stress response systems. These students are expressing anxiety, fear, and angst through negative behaviors such as rude comments, disrespectful body language, and lack of motivation. We are also seeing students who have not been given clear boundaries and have not learned appropriate social skills.

I invite you to join me for a highly practical seminar focused on strategies for disrespectful and disengaged students. At this seminar, you will discover many new ideas for reaching even your most difficult and unproductive students. The ideas presented are ones I have gained through my own experience as an educator for many years and from interacting with many highly skilled colleagues. I have seen students who were engaged in constant disrespectful behaviors and those with apathy and disinterest in academics change and grow when the correct intervention skills were applied.

My goal for the day is for you to leave the seminar with many new, practical tools that can help you with addressing student behaviors that threaten to stop our teaching, interfere with our students learning and steal your joy as an educator. Please join your colleagues and me for an exciting day filled with practical and creative strategies for changing the lives of your students and refilling your teacher toolbox with ideas that work.

Sincerely,
Cindy Jones

P.S. You will leave this seminar with dozens of practical ideas and an extensive resource handbook to help you implement the strategies in your classroom.

Who Should Attend

Grades 1-12: Classroom Teachers, Special Education Staff, Paraprofessionals, Administrators, Counselors, School Psychologists, Crisis Interventionists and Special Program Coordinators

Special Benefits of Attending

Extensive Resource Handbook
Each participant will receive an extensive digital resource handbook giving you access to countless strategies. The handbook includes:

  • Effective, classroom-proven strategies for decreasing disrespectful and disengaged student behaviors
  • What motivates non-engaged students and how to engage them in successful learning
  • How to empower and re-train unorganized, distracted students
  • Techniques to help you stay out of power struggles with angry, argumentative, and aggressively disrespectful students
For in-person seminars, registrants will also receive a printed copy of the resource handbook as long as their registration is received in the BER office at least 15 calendar days before the event.

Consultation Available
Cindy Jones will be available to answer your specific questions and the unique needs of your own program.

Semester Credit Option
UMASS Logo Up to four graduate level professional development credits are available with an additional fee and completion of follow-up practicum activities. Details for direct enrollment with University of Massachusetts Global, a nonprofit affiliate, will be available at this program.

Meet Inservice Requirements
At the end of the program, each attendee will receive a certificate of participation that may be used to verify hours of participation in meeting continuing education requirements.

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