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Understanding Temperament: Strengths and Strategies for Relationship-Based Teaching
Presented by Karen Deerwester, MA, EdS
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Course: #31461Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Understanding different temperament styles helps teachers create an optimal learning environment for their students and individualize teaching for optimal effectiveness. This course makes "goodness of fit" achievable in all early childhood classrooms with awareness, acceptance and social-emotional skills.

ADHD 101: Bringing Focus to the Confusion
Presented by Alison Peak, LCSW
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Course: #31427Level: Introductory1 Hour
Behavior is frequently the first sign of underlying emotional difficulties in early childhood. Many times these early symptoms are signs of diagnoses such as ADHD. This course will provide information regarding ADHD, the common manifestations of ADHD symptoms, the neurological impact of ADHD, common interventions for ADHD and potential differential diagnosis.

Supporting Young Children's Social-Emotional Literacy
Presented by Pamelazita Buschbacher, EdD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #31369Level: Intermediate2 Hours
A large and complex feeling vocabulary is a prerequisite skill to emotional regulation and successful interpersonal interactions for children and adults. This course will provide information on the value, as well as evidence-based strategies, in resolving and preventing challenging behaviors in young children (ages 18 months through 7 years of age) by recognizing, acknowledging, and supporting children’s development of social-emotional literacy.

Supporting Young Children's Social-Emotional Literacy - Part 2
Presented by Pamelazita Buschbacher, EdD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #31350Level: Intermediate1 Hour
A large and complex feeling vocabulary is a prerequisite skill to emotional regulation and successful interpersonal interactions for children and adults. This presentation, the second in a two-part series, will provide further information and specific evidence-based strategies for early childhood educators to utilize as they support babies and young children’s development of social-emotional literacy.

Supporting Young Children's Social-Emotional Literacy - Part 1
Presented by Pamelazita Buschbacher, EdD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #31212Level: Intermediate1 Hour
A large and complex feeling vocabulary is a prerequisite skill to emotional regulation and successful interpersonal interactions for children and adults. This presentation, the first in a two-part series, will provide information on the value, as well as evidenced-based strategies in resolving and preventing challenging behaviors in young children (ages 18 months through 7 years of age) by recognizing, acknowledging, and supporting children’s development of social-emotional literacy.

Understanding, Assessing, and Addressing Challenging Behavior in Young Children
Presented by Tara Warwick, MS, OTR/L
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Course: #31151Level: Advanced3 Hours
This course provides a framework for better understanding, assessing, and addressing challenging behavior. Participants will learn how to identify target behavior, create a hypothesis, and create an intervention plan. Participants also learn the five steps for creating a functional behavior assessment, including gathering background information, determining target behavior, collecting data, analyzing data, and creating a hypothesis. Participants will build on that knowledge to learn the steps of creating a behavior intervention plan to address the behaviors targeted in the functional behavior assessment.

Nothing I Do Works! Understanding, Preventing, and Responding to Challenging Behavior
Presented by Barbara Kaiser, MA
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Course: #31152Level: Intermediate3 Hours
This course is designed to help people who are working with children with challenging behaviors by bridging the gap between research and practice. When you recognize that a child's challenging behavior is rooted in biological and environmental factors and not a desire to ruin your day, it becomes possible for you to figure out what the child needs to learn in order to succeed. You will learn to create a caring environment that recognizes and supports all children’s abilities and skills as a preventative measure to reduce challenging behavior. This course also recognizes that challenging behavior cannot always be prevented. This course will provide information and an opportunity to explore interventions that are research based and proven effective responses to a child's inappropriate behavior.

Critical Skills to Teach First
Presented by Liz Moore, MEd
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Course: #31147Level: Introductory2 Hours
Students who have challenging behavior are often times missing essential critical skills. Prior to students being ready to learn, they need to have important critical skills to be successful in the learning environment. In this course, participants will focus on identifying why students misbehave and learn how to teach four critical skills (sitting, waiting, giving up items, and transitioning).

Prevention is the Best Intervention: Part 2: Nothing I Do Works!
Presented by Barbara Kaiser, MA
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Course: #30615Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This webinar continues the discussion regarding working with children with challenging behavior. No strategy works in a vacuum. The first step is to create a caring environment that recognizes and supports all children’s abilities and skills.

Responding Effectively to Challenging Behavior: Part 3: Nothing I Do Works!
Presented by Barbara Kaiser, MA
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Course: #30452Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Challenging behavior cannot always be prevented. This webinar, the third part in a the series, will provide information and an opportunity to explore interventions that are research based and proven effective responses to a child's inappropriate behavior.