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Scheduled for 75 minutes including question and answer period.Thursday, April 20, 2023; 4:30 PM Eastern
Behavior specialist Ryan Jeffery will share practical techniques for working with students who demand too much attention. You will learn how to help them focus on instructional goals and overcome their distracting behaviors.
What You'll Learn
Why do some students demand more attention?
What specific language should you use in talking with these students?
Should consequences differ for students who take too much time?
How can you help students focus, work independently, and be self-sufficient?
Scheduled for 75 minutes including question and answer period.Thursday, March 30, 2023; 4:30 PM Eastern
Education law expert Rick Verstegen will help you identify legal risks inherent in school security and potential liability for breaches. You will learn when and how to search students and their property.
When may you search students and their personal property?
May you seize dangerous or distracting items?
Does your duty to maintain safety outweigh students’ rights?
What laws apply to school security? What policies should you adopt?
What guidance have agencies and associations provided?
How do searches by school officials differ from searches by law enforcement?
Human resources expert Jenni Stone will share specific steps you can take to identify, address, eliminate, and prevent employee performance problems. You will learn how to keep your entire team focused on their goals and striving for organizational success.
What You'll Learn
What typically causes employee performance problems?
What questions should you include in an employee assessment framework?
How can you execute the coaching process?
What are the benefits of clear boundaries or guidelines for team behavior?
Human resources expert Suzanne Lucas will give you a clear roadmap for creating lawsuit-ready HR documentation. You will learn when and how to make written records of employment activities in your organization.
What does it mean to document something?
How should you use your internal systems?
What should you do when an employee tells you a personal secret?
When must you document information?
How do employee-specific records differ from general HR documentation?
How are PIPs your most important tool in preventing employee lawsuits?
Behavior specialist Ryan Jeffery will share practical techniques for working with students who do not take their medications. You will learn how to help them use their prescriptions consistently, enhancing the focus on instructional goals and overcoming distracting behaviors.
What You'll Learn
How can you tell if a student is missing or skipping medication doses?
Why do some students refuse to take their medications?
What behaviors can result from students not using their prescriptions?
How can you encourage students to take their medications?
Are there legal constraints that prohibit teachers from administering medications?
Human resources expert Wendy Sellers will provide managers with the insights they need to protect their organizations and support employees. You will learn about best practices and essential laws, including the many updated for 2023.
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