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Chapter 588 - Crisis De-Escalation in the Classroom - February 24, 2018
February 24, 2018
9:00 - 12:00
Phoenix Metro Area
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😡 SNAP! Trauma and crisis can happen at anytime in or out of school for students - be prepared and know how to respond. This workshop explains the different phases of crisis escalation and the appropriate adult response to de-escalate a student who is losing emotional control. Participants will practice effective de-escalation and personal safety techniques, discuss and practice how to avoid triggering a student, and learn how to talk a student through an incident that has occurred to encourage self-management skills in the future.
Presenter: Dr. Daniel Gulchak's passion is sharing the good news about bad behavior to build the capacity of educators and empower students to succeed. He specializes in school-wide systems change including Positive Behavior Interventions and Support, classroom and behavior management strategies, and leveraging technology to improve student behavior and academic achievement.
Annual State Conference - March 2, 2018
All the juicy details - including registration - on our Conference page.
AzDEC - Arizona Division for Early Childhood Annual Conference
March 3, 2018
8:30 - 3:00
Halle Heart Museum, Tempe, AZ
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✅ Three Great Presentations!
* All the Classroom's a Stage: Incorporating the Performing Arts into Early Childhood Curricula
* Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Preschool
* Notice, Wonder, Play – STEM for Our Youngest Learners
Annual Planning Retreat - May 5, 2018
Come one and all (CEC members only) to collaborate with colleagues to plan events and activities for 2018/2019. Help us evaluate our Strategic Plan and continue to move forward to advance our profession. Details will follow - be a part of the solution! Registration will open in the spring, after the Annual State Conference.