Early Childhood PBIS Tier 2: Social Emotional Teaching

Early Childhood PBIS Tier 2: Social Emotional Teaching

This one day training provides participants with information on positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) for pre-k classrooms and programs using the Pyramid Model as the foundation for the training.   The session begins with the importance of teaching social emotional skills and then details the stages of learning in efforts to help participants understand that just like any other skill, social emotional skills must be intentionally taught.  Those social emotional skills that should be taught and where the majority of the session content is spent are friendship skills, emotions, and problem-solving skills.  Information will also be provided on individualizing these skills for children who need extra assistance.  The session ends with information on collaborating with families.  Attendees will review case studies and participate in hands-on activities to "practice" learned content.  Opportunities will be provided to reflect on one's own practices. 


It is recommended that participants attend Early Childhood Tier 1 before attending this training.


IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY THAT WILL NEED AN ACCOMMODATION (WHEELCHAIR, HEARING IMPAIRMENT, VISUAL IMPAIRMENT, ETC.), PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY AFTER REGISTRATION SO THAT WE CAN BEST ACCOMMODATE YOU.


Date Time Session Instructor Faciliator Venue
Tue, Feb 12, 2019 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Full Day Brittany Herrington Susan Scott Oxford Conference Center
Attendance Clause
Miss. Const. Art. 4, Section 66 Eligible attendees for this training includes teachers, counselors, and administrators who are employed by a school district or MDE. Unless specifically noted otherwise, external contractors or vendors may not attend. This event is being funded with state and/or federal funds and is being provided for employees of school districts, employees of the Mississippi Department of Education and Department contractors. Miss. Const. Art. 4, Section 66 prohibits governing authorities from making donations. According to the Mississippi Attorney General, once the federal funds are turned over to the state, the rules for the expenditure of state funds apply. Based on the Mississippi law, this event is not being provided for third party vendors or external providers.
Special Accomodations
Disabilities If you have a disability that would need an accommodation (wheelchair, visual impairment, etc.), please contact us so that we can best accommodate you.
Food Allergies If you have a food allergy or preference (vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, etc.), please contact us so that we can best accommodate you.
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