This session will examine behaviour interventions and supports that are established by the classroom teacher and in collaboration with other professionals which span Tier 2 and Tier 3. These supports are designed to focus on the needs of individual students who are exhibiting behaviours that are impacting their learning.
As well, a comprehensive approach to understanding behaviour and providing appropriate and timely responses will be discussed.
Who Should Attend
- Grades K-12 Teachers, Administrators, Educational Assistants and other Support Staff
About the Facilitator
Barb Pears is currently an Inclusion Coach at Wolf Creek Public Schools, a Learning Associate with the Jigsaw Learning Team and an Instructor at Red Deer College. Barb has a master’s degree in Special Education and has been a teacher and administrator with students with behavior challenges since 2000. She was instrumental in the design and implementation of a Behavior Support School. Barb is gifted at fostering collaborative, respectful, supportive teaching and learning environments for students, families and staff.
She has worked as a Behavior Consultant for the past 5 years at the district level and believes that a multi-disciplinary approach is essential to offer the best possible programming for students. This involves partnering with students, parents, staff, external agencies, district schools and community organizations.
Barb has always had a connection with students with behavior challenges and loves sharing her passion and knowledge with others through direct service and workshops.
Location and Date
- November 13, 2017 – Edmonton (ERLC Office at Elmwood School)
- 9:00 am to 3:30 pm, with lunch provided
Only $50.00 with lunch and snacks included.
- Register for Edmonton, November 13