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  1. Classroom Management & Challenging Behaviors
    This workshop will address behavior that is challenging in the young child and the well-being of other children in the classroom. It will address strategies to have an effective implementation for best practices for classroom management.

  2. TSDS PEIMS Chapter 37 Discipline and Leavers

    Participants will review the TSDS PEIMS discipline and leaver reporting requirements for the current school year. 
    Discipline
    Topics include a review of the discipline coding standards; discipline coding edit errors and audit flags.  Participants will also review TSDS PEIMS discipline reports related to PBMAS and Safe Schools Report.

    Leavers
    Topics include the differences between leavers, movers and dropouts; changes in leaver coding and reporting standards between last year and this year; critical timelines and documentation requirements and identification of tools and techniques for leaver data validation and verification through the TSDS PEIMS application.  Participants will gain an understanding of how TSDS PEIMS leaver data impacts accountability and performance measures.


  3. Enhanced- CPI Initial 2 Day - Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training
    This is the same NCI program you've always known. Its just evolved into something more. Participants will be able to organize their thinking around risk behavior and guide their day to day decision making. Additional learning modules are included.

  4. CPI - Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Foundation Course Refresher
    Much more than a content review, this 1-day refresher course opens up the opportunity to explore and improve key program concepts in greater detail, enhance participant skills and discuss successes and challenges staff members have experienced using skills from the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Program.

  5. House Bill 1952 Training for Administrators
    H.B. 1952 requires a school principal, or other appropriate administrator who oversees student discipline, to attend trainings in effective methods of school discipline every three years. This training session will include distinctions between the types of sanctions a principal can impose versus the types of sanctions permissible by a teacher. We will also learn about some effective methods of school discipline.

  6. Preventative Classroom Management for Persistent and Disruptive Behaviors
    This workshop will emphasize on enhancing relationships with misbehaving students. Participants will be trained on identifying the function of student misbehavior, setting and teaching clear expectations for desired behavior, and keeping students engaged with meaningful explicit instruction. Attendees will leave with at least 11 strategies to use for persistent and disruptive behavior.

  7. Integrating Best Practices: SWPBIS and Restorative Discipline - Administrative Overview
    This one day training for administrators provides an overview of Schoolwide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (SWPBIS) and Restorative Discipline Practices (RDP). Both practices work to change the way schools address issues of discipline, shifting the focus away from reacting to misbehavior with punitive consequences and toward strengthening and supporting desired behavior through positive relationships and repair. Participants will learn and experience the essential elements and components of SWPBIS and RDP.

  8. Defusing Aggressive Behaviors: Safe Intervention Strategies
    There is no question that educators and teachers face serious challenges in dealing with student problem behavior. Moreover, these problems have multiple causes and imply multiple solutions. The purpose of this training is to spotlight safe and sensible approaches to managing student aggression.

  9. Effective ARD Meetings for Administrators
    Preventing conflict & intervening early to solve differences is a goal of all professionals, especially in the context of special education. Individualized Education Program (IEP) training provides information to effectively conduct Admission Review and Dismissal meetings.


209 North Water St.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401-2528
phone: (361)561-8400 fax:(361)883-3442