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*Teaching Tough Kids Effectively K-12 - 17/18-106 01/29 and 2/27/2018

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    *Teaching Tough Kids Effectively K-12 - 17/18-106 01/29 and 2/27/2018

     Constant and intense aggression, arguing, tantrums, noncompliance and poor academic progress--these are characteristics of the Tough Kid. Tough Kids are a challenge, but you can use proactive, positive techniques to manage and motivate them. Effective management helps Tough Kids succeed in school, and makes life in the classroom easier for the other students. This workshop is for regular and special education teachers, counselors, instructional coaches and any educator who wants effective and positively focused classrooms. Learn how to structure your classroom to ensure success for all kids--including the most difficult.

    Social Work CEUs and SCECH credits will be available. 
    Target Audience
    K-12 Behavior Teams, Administrators, Student Support Staff and Classroom Teachers.

Event Session Information
Days 2
Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s)
   
01/29/2018 8:30 AM-3:30 PM
02/27/2018 8:30 AM-3:30 PM
Session Contact Nancy Lindahl@269-250-9231
Email : nancy.lindahl@kresa.org
Instructor(s) Nancy Lindahl
Units/Costs
 
Registration Fees - Choose one
Consortium Member *
Cost: $222.00
Non-Consortium Member *
Cost: $318.00
Morning coffee and lunch will be provided. 
Location
 
Kalamazoo RESA Service Center (1819 E. Milham Ave)
Map
1819 East Milham Avenue
Portage MI 49002

Location Contact Karen Goudie @ 269-250-9210
Email : karen.goudie@kresa.org
Payment Instructions Your district will be invoiced after the event. 


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Contact Us

Registration and SCECHs Questions:

Karen Goudie
Instructional Executive Secretary
269-250-9210
Karen.Goudie@kresa.org


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