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The Don’t Kick Them Out (7th to 12th Grade) Student Behavior Institute is the last level of defense and of teaching appropriate conduct. The core of the program involves helping teachers support youth in learning to read, control themselves, and follow instructions. At this level, we help high school staff members develop patience and understanding of the traumas and the referrals that create the most common conflicts among high school students. The best approach to negative behavior is always being aware of teacher burn-out— understanding teachers’ personalities and which ones might come into conflict with students’. The focus is on helping staff members maintain effective levels of teamwork and mutual support. Consistency at this level is vital to the success of the program. We deal in detail with the 21 dos and don’ts of resolving disruptive behavior in the classroom.
These are our objectives and topics discussed in this training program:
· How to identify traumatic behaviors in students
· The top emotional traumas of students ages 12 to 18.
· How to build teacher self-confidence
· How to build teacher expectations for student behavior and performance
· How to prevent toxic student behavior
· How to implement effective behavior policies
· How to learn how to be a reliable teammate
· How to develop consistent daily behavior practices
· How to learn how to confront negative student behavior
· How to increase student/teacher rapport
· How to reduce the incidence of behavioral suspension and expulsion
· How to improve disciplinary and behavioral practices with at-risk students
· Understanding the dangers of fighting and verbally assaulting behavior
· How to better understand the race, culture, and school discipline disconnection
· How to teach the behavior we want to see in students
· How to learn how to communicate effectively with students
· How to build students’ confidence and self-esteem to improve their behavior
· How to implement behavior strategies that work
This program consists of the following additional courses:
1. How to Improve Student and Teacher Relationships
2. How to Improve Teamwork and Build a Team Culture within a Professional Staff
3. “Who Is in Control?” The Pillars of Twenty-First-Century Classroom Management: How to Create a Powerful Learning Environment
Presentation Time: 90 minutes to 2 hours (per session)
Room Layout: On campus or on Zoom/Virtual training room
Anticipated Audience: Cap limit is 25 to 50.
All sessions are facilitated by Dr. Jesse W. Jackson III.
**August 23-31, 2021**
**September 27-30, 2021**
**October 25-29, 2021**
**November 15-19, 2021**
**December 6-10, 2021**
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