Addressing Academic, Socio-Emotional and Behavioral (SEB) Needs of All Students - Athens
Available in: Ghent, Athens
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Social, emotional, and behavioral factors hugely affect academic performance. As growing research shows, schools can do a lot to support pupils and students in developing their socio-emotional and behavioral learning (SEB). In fact, when effectively taught with the proper strategy, social-emotional and behavioral competencies support learners in adapting to the classroom, crucially encourage their engagement, and promote their academic achievement.
This course will introduce the participants to the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) framework, an evidence-based three-tiered framework created to improve student performance through continuum support.
Course participants will familiarize specifically with the framework’s first two levels: classroom universal essentials (Tier I) as a positive proactive framework for classroom management that employs preventive strategies, and reactive practices (Tier II) that support and respond to students’ social, emotional, and behavioral (SEB) needs and challenges in classrooms. Participants will also learn about Tier III, which discusses how to intensify and individualize practices that involve further support to meet the specific needs of individual students.
Along with the PBIS framework, participants will get familiar with activities about teaching social and emotional competencies related to the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) framework.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to manage their classrooms with a positive, preventive, and reactive style. Moreover, they will be able to create a supportive classroom environment to respond to their students’ social, emotional, and behavioral needs and challenges. Thus, they will be in a better position to increase learners’ academic success and to lead to effective quality of life outcomes.
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Course category: Classroom Management
Classroom Management: Do you want your students to be more focused in class? Thanks to the new educational techniques (such as the flipped classroom, project-based learning, remote teaching, collaborative learning, student-centered learning) your students will participate in class with more enthusiasm creating a fruitful and healthier classroom environment. In our Classroom Management courses, you will enhance your ability to include students with special needs and motivate everyone. Furthermore, you will have the chance of learning how to manage a multicultural classroom and prevent possible conflicts.
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