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Nonviolent Intervention: Preventing a Student's Behavior from Escalating

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Have you ever wanted to try and intervene before the meltdown of a student escalated into more destructive behaviors, such as hitting or chair throwing? If so, this webinar is for you. Join Melissa Mann as she shares tips and strategies that you can use to intervene before a student's behavior becomes out of control. She will discuss ways to recognize the triggers early and how to talk a student through the crisis of the moment. Discover strategies, such as de-escalation, that can be used at all grade levels.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, June 18, 2015 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Response to Intervention (RTI), School Safety
Tags: classroom management, de-escalation, DOL729, non-violent crisis intervention, school safety, student behavior

Reviews (52)

Full Member
Lots of good resources and great information
Full Member
great webinar with great resources
Basic Member
Great information and an informative webinar.
Full Member
Very good overview, thank you!
Full Member
Thank you for the interventions.
Full Member
Very helpful suggestions for deescalating potentially violent classroom situations.
Full Member
Great presentation!
Full Member
The interventions that were presented by Melissa are very good. It is apparent that she has used these techniques in her classroom and she has seen positive results. Thanks!
Full Member
This is a good resource about Special Education students in regular class room environment. It will allow us to identify various factors that may contrubute to a crisis and how to De-escalate them through non-violent Interventions. I am trying some of them and I would like to adopt Event related factor for my further crisis analysis.
Basic Member
Thank you for your insights. Many regular classroom teachers are tasked with students they need to help.
Thank you.
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