2021 Spring Step Up To Quality Registration

Challenging Behavior - SUTQ 2 hours - Christi Reveal (*pending) - January 27, 2021
Participants will explore the root causes of challenging behavior using the ACE document and brain research related to environmental factors. Participants will discuss what challenging behavior looks like and how to be proactive to reduce these behaviors. Participants will explore visuals, breathing strategies and tools to aid in the classroom as well as at home. Participants will create a next steps plan and discuss as a group to move forward in helping young people with challenging behaviors.
* This class will be held virtually. You will receive a zoom invitation a few days before the class. 

Creating Effective Classroom Spaces- SUTQ 2 hours (*pending)- Kristin Gray - April 15, 2021
Gain a better understanding of how effective and well- organized spaces support children’s interaction with space, materials, and their peers. Learn how materials and proper periods of play help the child’s development in a positive way.

What is an outdoor classroom and why it is beneficial?- SUTQ 3 hours (*pending)- Sheri Miller - May 22, 2021
Learn how to create an outdoor space that provides activities, experiences, and varies types of learning. Gain an understanding of benefits and how to bring the outside environment, indoors as well.

*Schedules are subject to change due to COVID 19 conditions. Please check www.bcesc.org for current status on all trainings.

Butler County Educational Service Center
400 N. Erie Blvd, Suite A
Hamilton, OH, 45011

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