Consultants from Pathways to Inclusive Education will conduct this two-day workshop that is designed for classroom teachers, learning specialists and administrators. Join us in this interactive workshop as we explore various definitions and functions of behavior, investigate the behaviors of compliance and engagement, practice strategies and techniques that will decrease behaviors that interfere with learning and increase your confidence leaving you with a toolkit full of evidence-based strategies that can be immediately applied in the classroom.
The following topics will be explored during the two days together:

Topic 1 : Getting Started - What is Behavior? Operationalizing Behavior

Topic 2 : Establishing Common Language and Understanding on Key Terms - Engagement vs Compliance

Topic 3 : Functions of Behavior and Function-Based Strategies

Topic 4 : Classroom Management Systems - Whole Class Strategies

Topic 5 : Targeted Interventions

Topic 6 : Reinforcement and Punishment

Topic 7 : Schedules of Reinforcement

Topic 8 : Visual Supports and Task Analysis

Topic 9 : Error Correction, Prompting, Shaping, Fading

Topic 10 : Data Collection and Progress Monitoring
Potential Audience:
All K-12 Educators
Kim Bane:
Kim Bane is an international education consultant who, along with her colleagues at Pathways to Inclusive Education, works with schools across the globe to design and implement inclusive educational practices that support the needs of all learners. Kim brings experience, dedication and passion to this work, having successfully collaborated with schools both in the United States and across the Middle East, Africa and Asia to transform the learning experience for students, teachers, and school leaders. Pathways to Inclusive Education supports schools in creating and sustaining inclusive cultures by thinking strategically about the journey a school will need to embark on and then helping to design a course of action that will accomplish this goal. Through coaching and consulting, Kim supports school leaders as they strategically navigate this complex organizational change. She guides and provides direct instruction for teachers as they develop their understanding on the critical instructional components and approaches that support inclusive practices such as Universal Design for Learning, the Co-Instructional Cycle and tiered systems of support (often referred to as MTSS) that address the needs of the whole child.
Kelly Miller:
Kelly Miller is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Autism Consultant. Her practical and hands-on experience spans two decades, including mental health and school settings. Kelly works to expand teacher's instructional repertoires to encompass not only academic, but social, emotional, and behavioral systems of support. With a focus of maximizing positive behavior momentum in the classroom, educators will reclaim valuable learning time. Kelly coaches and provides live modeling and support within the classroom. Workshops are rooted in inclusive practices, enabling teachers to develop their own "take away toolkit" full of evidence-based strategies that can be immediately applied in their classroom.
Jason Hicks:
With experience as a teacher, coach and administrator, Jason Hicks is dedicated to supporting mission-driven organizations develop capacity as highly collaborative learning groups. Drawing on the ideas of leading organizational change theories, he successfully designs and facilitates processes which allow groups to move through the work while building upon their habits of collaboration and impacting student learning. Jason has effectively led, coached and/or consulted in the areas of strategic planning, accreditation, standards-based grading, service-learning, advisory, instructional coaching and co-teaching.
American Embassy School
Chandragupta Marg, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi 110021

9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Registration at 8.30 am
on the 20th April 2019.
Rs 30000 plus 18% GST. Closing date 10th April 2019
INCLUDES: Certificate of Participation for 16 Professional Development hours, Lunch and 2 coffee breaks.
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