with Karl Schleich
October 7, 20 & November 2, 18 & December 2, 16.
Time: 3:45-5:15 p.m.
Target Audience: K-12 Educators
Credits: Two optional university credit is available for attending all webinars and participating in online discussions and assignments ($185)
Every teacher will encounter students with challenging behaviors. Left unchecked, these behaviors can interfere with learning and place the students at risk for ongoing problems at school and in the future.
Unfortunately, teachers often report that they feel unprepared to deal with challenging behavior. This series will offer a set of simple, teacher-friendly, evidence-based practices and strategies to use as a starting place in addressing an individual student’s chronic misbehavior and add to your school or district’s multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) framework.
When students have been away from the traditional classroom setting for an extended period of time, we may see an increased need to apply these interventions.
Existing effective practices of participants will be validated, and doors of improvement opportunities opened. Resources from AkPLN (The Teaching Channel) will also be utilized.
Karl Schleich has enjoyed a 34-year career as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, principal, district-level administrator, and consultant. Since 2011, Karl has worked as an independent consultant and trainer, assisting schools and districts throughout Alaska and the United States to improve instruction and school climate. Karl supports school improvement efforts and CHAMPS implementation in schools in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and more than twenty rural Alaska villages.