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Early-Stage Interventions

Includes Course Sessions and book.


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Every teacher will encounter students with challenging behaviors. Left unchecked, these behaviors can interfere with learning and place the students at risk for ongoing problems at school and in the future. Unfortunately, teachers often report that they feel unprepared to deal with challenging behavior. This session will offer a set of simple, teacher-friendly, evidence-based interventions to use as a starting place in addressing an individual student’s chronic misbehavior and add to your school or district’s multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) framework. When students have been away from the traditional classroom setting for an extended period of time, we may see an increased need to apply these interventions.

Presented by Tom Stacho
Included materials: Early-Stage Interventions

Session Times:
4 sessions, July 13–16 (Tuesday–Friday)
11:30 am to 2:30 pm ET/ 8:30 am to 11:30 am PT
Followed by panel discussion 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET/12:00 pm to 1:00 pm PT

Session Length:
3 hours per day (12 hours total) plus homework

Zoom virtual meeting

Early-Stage Interventions

Session Outline:

  • Outlining the importance of early-stage intervention
  • Assessing and adjusting classroom management support
  • Assessing and adjusting academic support
  • Identifying and applying early interventions for the classroom teacher

How to Attend

  • Live In-depth sessions will be conducted via Zoom. Each registrant will receive two confirmation emails from Zoom: one for your selected In-depth session and another for the Keynote and daily Panel Discussions. Please save these confirmation emails—they will include the links you will need to join the Zoom sessions. Two links for all the week’s sessions—the In-depth Session link for all In-depth Sessions (Tu–Fri) and the Keynote/Panel Discussion link for the Keynote and each Panel Discussion (Tu–Fri). TIP: Use the “Add to Calendar” link in the confirmation emails to set an automatic reminder.
  • Plan to attend each live session. Recordings of In-depth sessions will be available only until the start of the next day’s meeting.
  • In-depth sessions will include homework assignments to be competed before the next meeting, so be sure to set aside additional time each day for that.
  • Registrants should sign up for only one In-depth session.

Session Materials

  • A copy of the book for the selected In-depth session will be sent directly to each registrant. We recommend you provide your home address to ensure that you receive the materials. If you are registering multiple attendees, please include the email address and shipping address for each individual registrant during checkout. 
  • Session book will ship to arrive on or before July 3, 2020. If your book does not arrive by this time, please contact us.

Other Details

  • Graduate-level professional development credit is available for this session through Brandman University. Click here to learn more.
  • Questions? Please use our online help form.
  • No session changes, cancellations, or refunds are possible.