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Strategies to Use with Students with Challenging Behaviors: Self Regulation and Social Skills

  • 01/22/2021
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Virtual

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  • Registration fee for current members.
  • Registration for members who are retired school social workers or students in a current school social work program. There are a limited number of registrations at this price available.
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Strategies to Use with Students with Challenging Behaviors:

Self Regulation and Social Skills

Presented for the WSSWA 2020 Fall Conference

A Virtual Workshop Presented by Madeline Tolkan Conrad, LCSW

This session will include best practices in the area of self-regulation and social skills for students with Autism and Emotional/Behavioral issues. Learn strategies outlined by Ross Green and Dr. Stuart Shanker regarding self-regualtion. Let's dive into Social Thinking strategies by Michelle Garcia-Winner and Zones of Regulation. In addition, we'll discuss Behavior Intervention Plans and other considerations for program supports.


Members: $20

Retiree and Student members: $10

Non-members: $35

 

Current members: log in to your account on the homepage to receive the member discount.

View the Conference Brochure here for further details.

Approved by NASW WI for 2 CEHs.


Registration Deadline: January 20th at noon

You will receive the Zoom link the day before the workshop.

Purpose and Goals of the Workshop:

1. Understand the 5 steps for addressing self-regulation needs of students.

2. Identify several curriculums/programs to support SEL needs of students.

3. Identify behavior planning and evaluation of the lagging skills, as well as the staff preventative and response strategies for dysregulated students.

Questions? email: wisconsinssw@gmail.com


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