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Agency: CESA 3
Agency Contact: Jim Nelson
Agency Assistant: Kate Hennessy 608-822-2149
Location: CESA 3
Facility: Conference Room C/D
Date/Time:
11/21/2017 08:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training

Tuesday, November 21, 2017
CESA #3
1300 Industrial Drive
Fennimore, WI 53809

Are you prepared for a potentially violent episode? If a student in your classroom were about to lose control, would you know how to react? Would you recognize the warning signs to de-escalate the individual before he/she became assaultive? If he/she did become physically assaultive, would you know how to protect yourself, bystanders and the acting out individual from injury?
With non-violent crisis intervention training you will learn how to recognize the signs of anxiety and pending disruption. You will learn proper verbal and nonverbal reactions that can interrupt the escalation and calm the situation before it gets out of hand.

This program complies with Wis. Act 125 addressing the use of seclusion and physical restraint in public schools

Where? CESA #3 1300 Industrial Dr., Fennimore, WI 53809
When? Tuesday, November 21, 2017
7:45 - 8:00 a.m. Check-in
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Workshop

Register early-Registration is limited to 20 participants

Cost: $150/Per Person

Materials and lunch provided
For further information, contact Jim Nelson at CESA #3, 1-800-261-0000, 608-822-2157, via E-mail: jnelson@cesa3.org
 

Teacher Standards
WES3The teacher understands how pupils differ in their approaches to learning and the barriers that impede learning and can adapt instruction to meet the diverse needs of pupils, including those with disabilities and exceptionalities.
WES5The teacher uses an understanding of individual and group motivation and behavior to create a learning environment that encourages positive social interaction, active engagement in learning, and self-motivation.
WES6The teacher uses effective verbal and nonverbal communication techniques as well as instructional media and technology to foster active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction in the classroom.
Pupil Services
WPS1The pupil services professional understands the teacher standards under s. PI 34.02.
WPS2The pupil services professional understands the complexities of learning and knowledge of comprehensive, coordinated practice strategies that support pupil learning, health, safety and development.
WPS3The pupil services professional has the ability to use research, research methods and knowledge about issues and trends to improve practice in schools and classrooms.
WPS4The pupil services professional understands and represents professional ethics and social behaviors appropriate for school and community.
WPS5The pupil services professional understands the organization, development, management and content of collaborative and mutually supportive pupil services programs within educational settings.
WPS6The pupil services professional is able to address comprehensively the wide range of social, emotional, behavioral and physical issues and circumstances which may limit pupils’ abilities to achieve positive learning outcomes through development, implementation and evaluation of system-wide interventions and strategies.
WPS7The pupil services professional interacts successfully with pupils, parents, professional educators, employers, and community support system such as juvenile justice, public health, human services and adult education.
Special Education
Graduation Ratespercent comparison of youth with and without IEP's graduating with a regular diploma
Dropout Ratespercent comparison of youth with and without IEP's dropping out of high school
Suspension/Expulsion Ratesdiscrepancy between the rate of students with disabilities being suspended or expelled from school more than 10 days
EnvironmentPercent of children with IEP's removed from regular class