Understanding Emotional Disturbance and Evidence-Based Practices for Teaching Replacement Behaviors - 32670

The Emotional Disturbance disability category is perhaps the most subjective and challenging for school personnel to understand. In this interactive session, participants will review the federal definition of Emotional Disturbance and the associated characteristics commonly seen with each of the five criteria. The workshop will also explore the differences between Emotional Disturbance and Social Maladjustment and provide tools to help distinguish the two. School personnel participants will have the opportunity to explore and practice using evidence-based practices (EBP) to teach pro-social replacement behaviors. Evidence-based practices that will be discussed in this training include Behavioral Skills Training (BST), Social Narratives (SN), and Video Modeling (VM). This session is aligned with the Evaluation, IEP Implementation, and Instructional Strategies components of the TEA-required self-assessment.

Schedule & Location
5/7/2024 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
ESC Region 11
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Audiences
LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology), Psychologists, Teacher - Special Education, Assistant Principals, Coordinators, Counselors, Diagnosticians, Directors, Principals, School Resource Officer, Teacher - General Education
Session 59061
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T-TESS 2.4,3.1,3.2,4.3

Registration Deadline 5/7/2024
Credit Type Continuing Professional Education
Duration 06:00
T-PESS

Presenter
Robin Hudson MA LSSP ESC 11, Michael Tucker MEd BCBA LBA ESC 11


Robin Hudson

For assistance contact:

Robin Hudson
Special Ed. Specialist Evaluation
rhudson@esc11.net
(817) 740-3603

Michael Tucker

For assistance contact:

Michael Tucker
Team Lead, Behavior
mtucker@esc11.net
(817) 740-7586