January 2009 - Special Educator e-Journal
Table of Contents
Message from the Executive Directors
This Just in....
Update From The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
- News You Can Use
- It All Starts in Families and Communities
- The Little Ones: Early Intervention/Early Childhood
- Schools, K-12
- State and System Tools
Calls to Participate
Special Education Resources
Upcoming Conferences, Workshops, and Events
Get Wired!—The Latest on Websites and Listservs
Funding Forecast and Award Opportunities
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NYC Department of Education, District 75
Online Conference on Working with Students with Challenging Behaviors
District 75, Office of Positive Behavior Supports is pleased to present an interactive, online conference for staff and parents working with students who present challenging behaviors. Nationally-recognized researchers and experts will outline evidence-based systems and practical tips. Speakers will include: Dr. Lucille Eber (Director, IL PBIS Network), Dr. Nicholas Long (founder of the Life Space Crisis Intervention Institute), Dr. Marc Brackett (Yale University), and Dr. Laura Riffel (Behavior Doctor Seminars).This conference is probably the most practical event you’ll attend all year!
- Learn Practical tips for working with youngsters who display challenging behaviors
- Find out how to break in to the conflict cycle
- Become familiar with the basic tenets of emotional literacy
Educating Children with Disruptive Behavior: Strategies for Classroom and Community
DATE: January 21st and 22nd TIME: 3:15 pm -5:00 pm
To register for the conference please visit the link below: http://district75.net/behaviorconference