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Social Emotional Learning Supports [clear filter]
Tuesday, September 26
 

7:45am PDT

PLUS Training
Peer Leaders Uniting Students Training for existing site PLUS Teams and potential future PLUS Teams. 

This training will be limited to specific schools so please only register on SCHED if your school has been identified.

Moderators
avatar for Steve Behar

Steve Behar

Director II, Lake Elsinore Unified School District

Speakers
JV

John Vandenburgh

Creator of the PLUS Program


Tuesday September 26, 2017 7:45am - 2:30pm PDT
Ortega High School Conference Center
 
Tuesday, October 24
 

8:00am PDT

Boys Town model How to Teach Social Skills in School Day 1
Limited Capacity seats available

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Tuesday October 24, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
Mental Health Training Center

3:00pm PDT

California Healthy Kids Survey Coordinators Meeting
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

This is a training designed for all California Healthy Kids Survey Coordinators.  You may attend either training date- October 24 or 26.  The Mental Health Conference Room is in the Student Support Services building located at the district office.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Behar

Steve Behar

Director II, Lake Elsinore Unified School District


Tuesday October 24, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm PDT
Mental Health Conference Room
 
Thursday, October 26
 

8:00am PDT

Boys Town How to Teach Social Skills in School Day 2
Limited Capacity seats available

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Thursday October 26, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
Mental Health Training Center

3:00pm PDT

California Healthy Kids Survey Coordinators Meeting
Limited Capacity seats available

This is a training designed for all California Healthy Kids Survey Coordinators.  You may attend either training date- October 24 or 26.  The Mental Health Conference Room is in the Student Support Services building located at the district office.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Behar

Steve Behar

Director II, Lake Elsinore Unified School District


Thursday October 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm PDT
Mental Health Conference Room
 
Tuesday, November 28
 

9:00am PST

PBIS Training at RCOE (Invitation Only)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

THIS IS ONLY OPEN TO PRE-DETERMINED SCHOOLS

This two-day workshop is for those interested in Jeff Sprague’s “Best Behavior:  Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools."  Best Behavior (Sprague & Golly, 2005; 2013) provides a standardized staff development program aimed at improving school and classroom discipline through (a) systematic social skills instruction; (b) academic and curricular instruction; (c) positive, behaviorally based interventions; (d) early screening and identification of antisocial behavior patterns; and (e) integrated progress monitoring (data systems).

Tuesday November 28, 2017 9:00am - 3:00pm PST
RCOE
 
Wednesday, November 29
 

9:00am PST

PBIS Training at RCOE (Invitation Only)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

THIS IS ONLY OPEN TO PRE-DETERMINED SCHOOLS

This two-day workshop is for those interested in Jeff Sprague’s “Best Behavior:  Building Positive Behavior Supports in Schools."  Best Behavior (Sprague & Golly, 2005; 2013) provides a standardized staff development program aimed at improving school and classroom discipline through (a) systematic social skills instruction; (b) academic and curricular instruction; (c) positive, behaviorally based interventions; (d) early screening and identification of antisocial behavior patterns; and (e) integrated progress monitoring (data systems).

Wednesday November 29, 2017 9:00am - 3:00pm PST
RCOE
 
Saturday, February 3
 

8:00am PST

Boys Town model: How to Teach Social Skills in School Day 1
Limited Capacity seats available

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.
Participants will recieve extra duty. 

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Saturday February 3, 2018 8:00am - 2:30pm PST
Mental Health Training Center
 
Tuesday, March 6
 

8:00am PST

Boys Town model: How to Teach Social Skills in School Day 1
Limited Capacity filling up

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 8:00am - 2:00pm PST
Mental Health Training Center
 
Thursday, March 8
 

8:00am PST

Boys Town model: How to Teach Social Skills in School Day 2
Limited Capacity filling up

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Thursday March 8, 2018 8:00am - 2:30pm PST
Mental Health Training Center
 
Thursday, March 22
 

8:00am PDT

PLUS Refresher and Check-In
This day will be dedicated to do some follow-up from previous PLUS trainings, as well as check-in on status.  There will be some direct instruction from John Vandenburgh, but mostly guided dialogue to help each other with next steps, etc. Each school may bring up to three teachers (due to substitute limitations), and administrators, counselors, and other people in "non-teaching" positions.  The PLUS Coordinator for the school should be there to guide the group in the activities.

Speakers
JV

John Vandenburgh

Creator of the PLUS Program


Thursday March 22, 2018 8:00am - 2:00pm PDT
Ortega Conference Center