OST Provider Education: Teacher Tested Tips and Tools for Positively Managing Student Behavior
May 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm| Free
Join us for a live, interactive educational opportunity designed to explore ways to effectively and positively manage student behavior while building positive relationships.
Date: Friday, May 14
Time: 12-1 pm PST
Provided in partnership with Child Care Resource & Referral of Washington County (CCR&R)
- Ideal for providers who serve kids in grades K-8
- Set 1 ORO credit available (must request during the registration process)
- Casual and fun; bring your lunch (we won’t even ask you to share!)
Instructor: Meghan Kalus
Session Title: Teacher Tested Tips and Tools for Positively Managing Student Behavior
Session Description: This training will explore ways to effectively and positively manage student behavior while building relationships. We will focus on conflict resolution, behavior support, and tips for keeping kids engaged. Bring a challenge you are experiencing (a particular student, family, or situation) and we will explore and examine it together.
Instructor Bio: Meghan Kalus has a K-8 teaching credential and a Master’s Degree in Literacy and Reading Education/Reading specialist certification. Meghan taught 6 years of first grade and 1 year of second grade in a variety of school settings with differing levels of diversity. She has also worked one year as an after-school provider.