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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 21, 2018 @ 11:00 AM 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 (74)

Great information!
I appreciate the fact that Melissa states that there is a reason that students act out. There is a reason for every type of behavior, and as professionals it is our job to identify those problems so that we may help our students in the most effective way. Fantastic discussion of an important issue!
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excellent information
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very helpful tips and strategies.
Good information
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Knowing your student is very important! Love the pictures and quotes given. Today a lot of kids do have baggage from home. Great tips on steps that teachers can do to deescalate a behavior. Seeing the needs of their students is very important. Communication is also very important. The way teachers talk to kids is key. Restore breaks are a great idea. Video clips to help with peer relations is a great idea. Very informative. Thanks
Thanks for sharing. This information will be great this new school year.
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Thank you for sharing.
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This webinar has good information for helping students manage their own behavior. Although the presenter speaks quickly, this might be a good presentation to watch if you need some resources or tips for working effectively with students who need behavioral interventions.
Thanks for sharing!
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