This workshop will explore the benefits of interpreting and addressing behaviors from an emotional and compassionate perspecive (socioemotional) as opposed to a contingency-based (behavioristic). Fundamental differences will be drawn between these two approaches and applications of these differences will be explored.
This session will provide ways to prevent problem behaviors from turning into crisis behavior. Attendees will learn how to effectively define problem behaviors. The following will also be discussed: implementing classroom management system/expectations, reinforcement strategies, group=based contingencies, how to provide effective feedback to students, movement/sensory interventions and more.
300 Garden City Plaza, Suite 350
Garden City, NY 11530
T: (516) 747-9030
F: (516) 877-0998
49 Wireless Boulevard, Suite 170
Hauppauge, NY 11788
T: (631) 382-7311
F: (631) 382-7399