Every day, in classrooms from early childhood through high school, behaviors occur that interfere with desired academic and social outcomes. On close examination, however, these behaviors could actually be the result of social competencies that are not developed, taught, mastered, and demonstrated.
Teaching, practicing, modeling, and encouraging essential personal life habits that are universally understood as making people good human beings and citizens is a Kansans Can outcome. Learn to support social competencies for all students by using a process that includes assessment, planning, and implementing evidence-based strategies at school, at home, and in the community.
During days one and two of this three-day training, participants will design a plan for one of their students, return to their classroom, and implement this plan. After classroom implementation supported by their TASN ATBS coaches, participants will return for day three sand share the outcomes with their colleagues on November 2.
Participant PowerPoints are due on October 26. Email to Gail Ferguson
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November 02, 2018 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Check In at 8:30 AM
Meet In Person
5.5 Professional Learning Contact Hours
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Gail Ferguson, Lisa Holt & Lori Chambers
Coordinators, TASN ATBS
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Northwest Kansas Educational Service Center
703 W 2nd St Oakley, KS 67748