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Changing a Child’s Behavior Starts with Changing Adult Behavior: The Power of Classroom Management
Wednesday, June 17, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Presented by Angela Searcy, Ed.D., Educational Consultant and Seminar Leader, Erikson Institute, and Owner and Founder, Simple Solutions Educational Services
Sponsored by Kaplan Early Learning Company
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When children exhibit challenging behaviors, the problem is often localized within the child. However, behavior is complex and seldom centers around one reason. Research shows that in order to gain a meaningful understanding of student behavior there must be a meaningful understanding of adult behavior and the context in which all these behaviors occur. This edWebinar looks beyond the child and exploring classroom management. Viewers will analyze contextual elements, interactions, and classroom variables that might contribute to challenging behaviors.
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to preK through elementary teachers, librarians, and school leaders.
About the Presenter
Dr. Angela Searcy is an educational consultant and seminar leader at Erikson Institute and the owner and founder of Simple Solutions Educational Services, a professional development company. She holds a B.A. in English and secondary education, an M.S. in early childhood development from Erikson Institute, and a doctorate in education. Her research revolves around brain-based learning as assessed by The Classroom Assessment Scoring System (or CLASS) and its’ correlation to aggressive behaviors in Head Start Preschool Classrooms. An educator since 1990, Dr. Searcy has experience as a teacher at all levels of education and as a development therapist through the early intervention system of Illinois. Dr. Searcy is also an adjunct instructor at Erikson Institute, a professional development provider for Teaching Strategies, LLC, and the Bureau of Education and Research, an affiliate trainer for Teachstone, and the author of Push Past-It! A Positive Approach to Challenging Classroom Behaviors. A former neuro-developmental specialist, Dr. Searcy has specialized training in neuroscience and is a candidate in Erikson Institute’s Infant Mental Health Certificate Program.
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