UIR-D Training for Ferriday High School and Concordia Education Center Faculty/Staff

UIR-D Training for Ferriday High School and Concordia Education Center Faculty/Staff
2/10/2022, 7:42 AM 2:56 PM
Ferriday High School Gymnasium

Presentation Title: Cultural Awareness Training Series for Staff and Management 
“Don’t Kick Them Out!” How to Manage and Address Behavior Problems 

Suspension does not solve or correct negative student behavior! Educators need a different approach. This seminar will empower professional educators with the knowledge, information, and understanding they need to improve in-school disciplinary practices and correct negative behavior of at-risk students. This empowerment seminar will discuss: 

• Why At-Risk Students Get Suspended So Frequently
• Anger Management: Why Some At-Risk Students Display Hostile and Angry Dispositions 
• Common Behaviors for Referrals 
• The Wrong Approach to Negative Behavior 
• 7 Teacher Personality Types
 • Why Do Students Disrespect Teachers
 • 21 Dos and Don’ts for Solving Disruptive Classroom Behavior 
• How to Communicate with At-Risk Students for Consistent Positive Behavioral Outcomes
• Methods of Successful Discipline with At-Risk Students 
• What Is Ferriday High School Leader’s Role in the Discipline Process? 

• How to Address Behavioral Issues of At-Risk Students This program consists of additional courses: 

1. How Improve Student & Teachers Relationships 
2. How to Improve Teamwork and Build a Team Culture in a Professional Staff

Objectives in this training program are:
 • To help educators increase their understanding of cultural differences and diversity
• To help educators improve their communication and learning approaches to At-Risk students 
• To reduce the incidence of behavioral suspension and expulsion 
• To improve disciplinary and behavioral practices with At-Risk male students

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