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February 2016
2/12/2016
Behavior Intervention Workshop
Status: FULL
Check-In Time: 7:30 AM
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM
Event Fee $30.00
Registration
Deadline:
2/11/2016
Location 1: SCSC Conference Center - Room: Conference
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North Mankato, MN
Contact: Shawnea Hull Telephone: 507-389-1425 Fax: (507)389-1772
Description: This daylong session will present teacher friendly evidence-based strategies you can use in your classroom immediately. In the morning, we will focus on practical ways to informally assess student behavior and develop simple strategies for preventing future problem behaviors. The afternoon will build on the morning session by demonstrating manageable ways to monitor the effectiveness of behavioral interventions including how to write clear and useful behavioral goals and track student progress in a way that is meaningful for teachers, students, and parents. Participants will leave with useable and reproducible templates for conducting informal student observations, goal writing, and behavioral progress monitoring.
This session is appropriate for anyone working with students who have behavioral needs including special education teachers, general education teachers, school psychologists, administrators, and paraprofessionals.

Note: You are encouraged to bring a student profile to reference as you progress through the day. This will allow participants to leave the session with a ready to use plan for working with that student when they return to the classroom.
2/19/2016
Eric Chessen Training
Status: FULL
Check-In Time: 7:30 AM
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM
Event Fee $50.00
Registration
Deadline:
2/18/2016
Location 1: SCSC Conference Center - Room: Conference
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North Mankato, MN
Contact: Erin Toninato Telephone: 5073891425 Fax: (507)389-1772
Description: The Autism Fitness workshop is a full-day event that promotes a learning-by-doing approach. Autism Fitness seminars are presented by Founder Eric Chessen and will give you the conceptual and hands-on training necessary to develop great fitness programs that are both appropriate and fun. Seminars are typically attended by fitness trainers, Adaptive PE teachers, special educators, OT/PTs, behavior therapists, and parents.
Comment: Eric Chessen, M.S., is the Founder of Autism Fitness. An Exercise Physiologist with an extensive educational and clinical background in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Eric has spent over a decade developing and implementing successful individual and group fitness programs for the ASD and special needs populations. In addition to working with his athletes, Eric provides consulting, staff development, and seminars worldwide. He is the author of 3 E-Books and creator of the Autism Fitness Toolbox and PAC Profile Assessment. He resides on Long Island, NY.
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March 2016
3/10/2016
Purposeful Collaboration through Co-Teaching
Status: Open
Check-In Time: 7:30 AM
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM
Event Fee $40.00
Registration
Deadline:
3/9/2016
Location 1: Sout Central Service Cooperative - Room: Staff Conf
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N. Mankato, MN
Contact: Shawnea Hull Telephone: 507-389-1425 Fax: (507)389-1772
Description: PURPOSEFUL COLLABORATION THROUGH CO-TEACHING- THE BASICS
Are you excited to start co-teaching? Or hesitant because you just don’t know where
to start? Join this session to get all your co-teaching needs met! Participants attending
this session will be introduced to the trends in co-teaching, learn the prerequisite
skills, develop critical skills necessary for successful and sustainable co-teaching
partnerships, investigate tools to begin setting the stage for co-teaching roles and
responsibility, as well as, develop a foundational understanding of co-teaching models
that can be used and expanded in the co-taught classroom. This session is ideal for
those co-teachers who are new to co-teaching, beginning a new co-teaching
partnership, or have not yet had formal professional development on co-teaching.
Co-teacher teams are strongly encouraged to attend together.
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