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Thursday, December 3 • 1:20pm - 2:10pm
Teaching Emotional Regulation. Essential Skills for Classroom Inclusion FILLING

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The growing rate of students with significant Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities in schools is well documented. There is a crisis in schools to manage behaviors that challenge even the most seasoned educator. Traditional behavioral interventions, while useful, are not providing the needed support and the inclusion of students with EBD is in decline. Schools need alternative methods and practices. Exciting new research in Emotional Regulation is paving the way for new methods and new practices. Special Education supports in inclusive classrooms are poised for a disruption. The time for change is now. OBJECTIVES: 1. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the new research on Emotional Regulation as it relates to children with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties. 2. Discuss and learn how Emotional Dysregulation impacts students as negative behaviors often require removal from a regular classroom. 3. Discuss and Review the current programs and strategies in place to manage the behaviors that result from diminished Emotional Regulation abilities. 4. Discuss and Learn a new and proven method to teach strategies to manage Emotional Regulation in classrooms using technology based on Cognitive Behavioral Theory. 5. Create and Identify specific methods to use in classrooms to manage students in order to keep them learning in regular classrooms.


Thursday December 3, 2015 1:20pm - 2:10pm PST
Pearl 1401 SW Naito Parkway Portland, OR 97201

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