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November 2018

Improving Teacher and Student Language (Waltham, MA)

November 28 @ 8:30 am
Waltham, MA, The Conference Center at Bentley University, 175 Forest St
Waltham, MA 02452 United States
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$229

Words are the foundation on which teaching, learning, and relationships are built. This workshop gives you the opportunity to assess, reflect upon, and improve both teacher and student language in your classroom in order to deepen academic engagement and learning. Assess and build on previously learned Responsive Classroom teacher language skills Explore ways that language impacts conditions for learning Develop a plan for growth in use of teacher language Identify ways to teach core speaking and listening skills and support students’ practice…

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Special Area Teachers (Waltham, MA)

November 28 @ 8:30 am
Waltham, MA, The Conference Center at Bentley University, 175 Forest St
Waltham, MA 02452 United States
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$229

Special area teachers face unique challenges—tasked with imparting expertise across grade levels, in small windows of time, often with an entire week between classes. You are also uniquely positioned to become experts in child development, supporting students as they grow and change year after year. Learn how core Responsive Classroom practices can be used to explore the opportunities and address the challenges of special area settings. Identify specific developmental patterns in students across grade levels Generate ideas for how to…

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Introduction to Responsive Classroom for K-8 Educators (Waltham, MA) FULL

November 28 @ 8:30 am
Waltham, MA, The Conference Center at Bentley University, 175 Forest St
Waltham, MA 02452 United States
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$199

In this one-day introduction to the Responsive Classroom approach you’ll learn how Responsive Classroom practices help teachers to foster positive community, integrate academics with the teaching of social and emotional skills, and create the conditions for positive student behavior. Hear about the characteristics of teacher language that promote respectful, kind, and positive classroom communities Explore interactive modeling—a structure to introduce routines and procedures in a clear and concise way Participate in interactive learning structures you can use with your class…

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Strategies to Prevent Bullying (New York, NY)

November 30 @ 8:30 am
New York, NY, Downtown Conference Center, Pace University, 157 William St
New York, NY 10038
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$229

Bullying creeps into our classrooms like a weed. Learn how to spot it, stop it, and build a classroom rooted in community. Gain a deeper understanding of how key Responsive Classroom strategies create an inclusive environment to prevent bullying and dive into new strategies that support students working together. Identify, understand, and respond to bullying, cyberbullying, and gateway behaviors Prevent bullying by fostering community, cooperation, and inclusivity through the Responsive Classroom approach to teaching Examine and create lesson plans to specifically teach…

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Special Area Teachers (New York, NY) FULL

November 30 @ 8:30 am
New York, NY, Downtown Conference Center, Pace University, 157 William St
New York, NY 10038
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$229

Special area teachers face unique challenges—tasked with imparting expertise across grade levels, in small windows of time, often with an entire week between classes. You are also uniquely positioned to become experts in child development, supporting students as they grow and change year after year. Learn how core Responsive Classroom practices can be used to explore the opportunities and address the challenges of special area settings. Identify specific developmental patterns in students across grade levels Generate ideas for how to…

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Responding to Misbehavior (New York, NY)

November 30 @ 8:30 am
New York, NY, Downtown Conference Center, Pace University, 157 William St
New York, NY 10038
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$249

We’ve all been there: power struggles, defiance, meltdowns—all those particularly thorny behaviors. Learn effective strategies for understanding, addressing, and reducing challenging behavior in the classroom. Deepen understanding about the Responsive Classroom approach to discipline Identify how a teacher’s leadership style impacts student behaviors Utilize Responsive Classroom publications and resources to address common and problem behaviors Identify strategies to address emotional outbursts and meltdowns Consider the impact of stress on student behavior and create plans to address needs associated with stress…

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Introduction to Responsive Classroom for K-8 Educators (New York, NY) FULL

November 30 @ 8:30 am
New York, NY, Downtown Conference Center, Pace University, 157 William St
New York, NY 10038
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$199

In this one-day introduction to the Responsive Classroom approach you’ll learn how Responsive Classroom practices help teachers to foster positive community, integrate academics with the teaching of social and emotional skills, and create the conditions for positive student behavior. Hear about the characteristics of teacher language that promote respectful, kind, and positive classroom communities Explore interactive modeling—a structure to introduce routines and procedures in a clear and concise way Participate in interactive learning structures you can use with your class…

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December 2018

Special Area Teachers (Chicago, IL)

December 11 @ 8:30 am
Chicago, IL, University of Chicago Gleacher Center, 450 N Cityfront Plaza Dr
Chicago, IL 60611 United States
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$229

Special area teachers face unique challenges—tasked with imparting expertise across grade levels, in small windows of time, often with an entire week between classes. You are also uniquely positioned to become experts in child development, supporting students as they grow and change year after year. Learn how core Responsive Classroom practices can be used to explore the opportunities and address the challenges of special area settings. Identify specific developmental patterns in students across grade levels Generate ideas for how to…

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Responding to Misbehavior (Chicago, IL)

December 11 @ 8:30 am
Chicago, IL, University of Chicago Gleacher Center, 450 N Cityfront Plaza Dr
Chicago, IL 60611 United States
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$249

We’ve all been there: power struggles, defiance, meltdowns—all those particularly thorny behaviors. Learn effective strategies for understanding, addressing, and reducing challenging behavior in the classroom. Deepen understanding about the Responsive Classroom approach to discipline Identify how a teacher’s leadership style impacts student behaviors Utilize Responsive Classroom publications and resources to address common and problem behaviors Identify strategies to address emotional outbursts and meltdowns Consider the impact of stress on student behavior and create plans to address needs associated with stress…

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Introduction to Responsive Classroom for K-8 Educators (Chicago, IL) FULL

December 11 @ 8:30 am
Chicago, IL, University of Chicago Gleacher Center, 450 N Cityfront Plaza Dr
Chicago, IL 60611 United States
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$199

In this one-day introduction to the Responsive Classroom approach you’ll learn how Responsive Classroom practices help teachers to foster positive community, integrate academics with the teaching of social and emotional skills, and create the conditions for positive student behavior. Hear about the characteristics of teacher language that promote respectful, kind, and positive classroom communities Explore interactive modeling—a structure to introduce routines and procedures in a clear and concise way Participate in interactive learning structures you can use with your class…

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Connecting Morning Meeting to Academics (Chevy Chase, MD)

December 14 @ 8:30 am
Chevy Chase, MD, National 4-H Conference Center, 7100 Connecticut Ave
Chevy Chase, MD 20815 United States
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$249

You already use Morning Meeting to transition students into the school day and build your classroom community. Now, learn how to enhance this essential practice by examining how each of its four components can be used to teach both social skills and learning behaviors and how Morning Meeting can increase academic engagement and improve connection to and understanding of the core curriculum. Distinguish the social skills and learning behaviors that are critical for academic success Explore Morning Meeting resource materials…

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Strategies to Prevent Bullying (Chevy Chase, MD)

December 14 @ 8:30 am
Chevy Chase, MD, National 4-H Conference Center, 7100 Connecticut Ave
Chevy Chase, MD 20815 United States
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$229

Bullying creeps into our classrooms like a weed. Learn how to spot it, stop it, and build a classroom rooted in community. Gain a deeper understanding of how key Responsive Classroom strategies create an inclusive environment to prevent bullying and dive into new strategies that support students working together. Identify, understand, and respond to bullying, cyberbullying, and gateway behaviors Prevent bullying by fostering community, cooperation, and inclusivity through the Responsive Classroom approach to teaching Examine and create lesson plans to specifically teach…

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Improving Teacher and Student Language (Chevy Chase, MD)

December 14 @ 8:30 am
Chevy Chase, MD, National 4-H Conference Center, 7100 Connecticut Ave
Chevy Chase, MD 20815 United States
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$229

Words are the foundation on which teaching, learning, and relationships are built. This workshop gives you the opportunity to assess, reflect upon, and improve both teacher and student language in your classroom in order to deepen academic engagement and learning. Assess and build on previously learned Responsive Classroom teacher language skills Explore ways that language impacts conditions for learning Develop a plan for growth in use of teacher language Identify ways to teach core speaking and listening skills and support students’ practice…

Find out more »

Introduction to Responsive Classroom for K-8 Educators (Chevy Chase, MD)

December 14 @ 8:30 am
Chevy Chase, MD, National 4-H Conference Center, 7100 Connecticut Ave
Chevy Chase, MD 20815 United States
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$199

In this one-day introduction to the Responsive Classroom approach you’ll learn how Responsive Classroom practices help teachers to foster positive community, integrate academics with the teaching of social and emotional skills, and create the conditions for positive student behavior. Hear about the characteristics of teacher language that promote respectful, kind, and positive classroom communities Explore interactive modeling—a structure to introduce routines and procedures in a clear and concise way Participate in interactive learning structures you can use with your class…

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January 2019

Strategies to Prevent Bullying (Orlando, FL)

January 15, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Orlando, FL, UCF FAIRWINDS Alumni Center, 12676 Gemini Blvd N
Orlando, FL 32816 United States
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$229

Bullying creeps into our classrooms like a weed. Learn how to spot it, stop it, and build a classroom rooted in community. Gain a deeper understanding of how key Responsive Classroom strategies create an inclusive environment to prevent bullying and dive into new strategies that support students working together. Identify, understand, and respond to bullying, cyberbullying, and gateway behaviors Prevent bullying by fostering community, cooperation, and inclusivity through the Responsive Classroom approach to teaching Examine and create lesson plans to specifically teach…

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Special Area Teachers (Orlando, FL)

January 15, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Orlando, FL, UCF FAIRWINDS Alumni Center, 12676 Gemini Blvd N
Orlando, FL 32816 United States
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$229

Special area teachers face unique challenges—tasked with imparting expertise across grade levels, in small windows of time, often with an entire week between classes. You are also uniquely positioned to become experts in child development, supporting students as they grow and change year after year. Learn how core Responsive Classroom practices can be used to explore the opportunities and address the challenges of special area settings. Identify specific developmental patterns in students across grade levels Generate ideas for how to…

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Introduction to Responsive Classroom for K-8 Educators (Orlando, FL)

January 15, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Orlando, FL, UCF FAIRWINDS Alumni Center, 12676 Gemini Blvd N
Orlando, FL 32816 United States
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$199

In this one-day introduction to the Responsive Classroom approach you’ll learn how Responsive Classroom practices help teachers to foster positive community, integrate academics with the teaching of social and emotional skills, and create the conditions for positive student behavior. Hear about the characteristics of teacher language that promote respectful, kind, and positive classroom communities Explore interactive modeling—a structure to introduce routines and procedures in a clear and concise way Participate in interactive learning structures you can use with your class…

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Introduction to Responsive Classroom for K-8 Educators (Houston, TX)

January 29, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Houston, TX, Norris Center Houston/Westchase, 9990 Richmond Ave
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$199

In this one-day introduction to the Responsive Classroom approach you’ll learn how Responsive Classroom practices help teachers to foster positive community, integrate academics with the teaching of social and emotional skills, and create the conditions for positive student behavior. Hear about the characteristics of teacher language that promote respectful, kind, and positive classroom communities Explore interactive modeling—a structure to introduce routines and procedures in a clear and concise way Participate in interactive learning structures you can use with your class…

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Special Area Teachers (Duluth, GA)

January 31, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Duluth, GA, Infinite Energy Center, 6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy
Duluth, GA 30097 United States
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$229

Special area teachers face unique challenges—tasked with imparting expertise across grade levels, in small windows of time, often with an entire week between classes. You are also uniquely positioned to become experts in child development, supporting students as they grow and change year after year. Learn how core Responsive Classroom practices can be used to explore the opportunities and address the challenges of special area settings. Identify specific developmental patterns in students across grade levels Generate ideas for how to…

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Introduction to Responsive Classroom for K-8 Educators (Duluth, GA)

January 31, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Duluth, GA, Infinite Energy Center, 6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy
Duluth, GA 30097 United States
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$199

In this one-day introduction to the Responsive Classroom approach you’ll learn how Responsive Classroom practices help teachers to foster positive community, integrate academics with the teaching of social and emotional skills, and create the conditions for positive student behavior. Hear about the characteristics of teacher language that promote respectful, kind, and positive classroom communities Explore interactive modeling—a structure to introduce routines and procedures in a clear and concise way Participate in interactive learning structures you can use with your class…

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February 2019

Strategies to Prevent Bullying (Hartford, CT)

February 5, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Hartford, CT, Holiday Inn Hartford Downtown Area, 100 E River Dr
Hartford, CT 06108 United States
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$229

Bullying creeps into our classrooms like a weed. Learn how to spot it, stop it, and build a classroom rooted in community. Gain a deeper understanding of how key Responsive Classroom strategies create an inclusive environment to prevent bullying and dive into new strategies that support students working together. Identify, understand, and respond to bullying, cyberbullying, and gateway behaviors Prevent bullying by fostering community, cooperation, and inclusivity through the Responsive Classroom approach to teaching Examine and create lesson plans to specifically teach…

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Responding to Misbehavior (Hartford, CT)

February 5, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Hartford, CT, Holiday Inn Hartford Downtown Area, 100 E River Dr
Hartford, CT 06108 United States
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$249

We’ve all been there: power struggles, defiance, meltdowns—all those particularly thorny behaviors. Learn effective strategies for understanding, addressing, and reducing challenging behavior in the classroom. Deepen understanding about the Responsive Classroom approach to discipline Identify how a teacher’s leadership style impacts student behaviors Utilize Responsive Classroom publications and resources to address common and problem behaviors Identify strategies to address emotional outbursts and meltdowns Consider the impact of stress on student behavior and create plans to address needs associated with stress…

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Special Area Teachers (Hartford, CT)

February 5, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Hartford, CT, Holiday Inn Hartford Downtown Area, 100 E River Dr
Hartford, CT 06108 United States
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$229

Special area teachers face unique challenges—tasked with imparting expertise across grade levels, in small windows of time, often with an entire week between classes. You are also uniquely positioned to become experts in child development, supporting students as they grow and change year after year. Learn how core Responsive Classroom practices can be used to explore the opportunities and address the challenges of special area settings. Identify specific developmental patterns in students across grade levels Generate ideas for how to…

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Introduction to Responsive Classroom for K-8 Educators (Hartford, CT)

February 5, 2019 @ 8:30 am
Hartford, CT, Holiday Inn Hartford Downtown Area, 100 E River Dr
Hartford, CT 06108 United States
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$199

In this one-day introduction to the Responsive Classroom approach you’ll learn how Responsive Classroom practices help teachers to foster positive community, integrate academics with the teaching of social and emotional skills, and create the conditions for positive student behavior. Hear about the characteristics of teacher language that promote respectful, kind, and positive classroom communities Explore interactive modeling—a structure to introduce routines and procedures in a clear and concise way Participate in interactive learning structures you can use with your class…

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Connecting Morning Meeting to Academics (New York, NY)

February 8, 2019 @ 8:30 am
New York, NY, Downtown Conference Center, Pace University, 157 William St
New York, NY 10038
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$249

You already use Morning Meeting to transition students into the school day and build your classroom community. Now, learn how to enhance this essential practice by examining how each of its four components can be used to teach both social skills and learning behaviors and how Morning Meeting can increase academic engagement and improve connection to and understanding of the core curriculum. Distinguish the social skills and learning behaviors that are critical for academic success Explore Morning Meeting resource materials…

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