RESCHEDULED for Fri. Mar. 1, 2024 -Classroom Management That Gets Results
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Place: Medinah Shrine Center (550 Shriners Drive, Addison Illinois)
Time: 8:30am – 3:00pm
Finding effective classroom management strategies that actually result in positive student behaviors often prevents teachers from being the instructional leaders they want to be. How do you respond to difficult behavior in the moment? What is the best way to prevent students from acting out in the first place?
Midwest Principals’ Center invites you to join Scott Ervin as he addresses these concerns and share the path to success. During this one-day workshop, participants will be given the essential Behavioral Leadership tools to effectively build relationships, share control, and teach positive behaviors with students, no matter how young/old or how difficult they are. During this highly interactive workshop, participants will be given explicit instruction for preventing, mitigating, and calmly responding to negative behaviors and fostering positive, prosocial student behavior. Included in this workshop will be ways to:
Organize your physical classroom to support positive classroom management
Build positive teacher-student relationships
Share control with students in a way that best fosters their autonomy
Classroom teachers, instructional coaches, building and district leaders are encouraged to attend.
Join Scott Ervin on the path to success— creating calm and engaging classrooms and empowering teachers to become the professionals they always wanted to be.
Scott Ervin has spent well over two decades working with kids, many of whom were extremely difficult, at-risk, disturbed, abused, and neglected. As a full-time educator, he worked exclusively with populations in extreme poverty. His classroom always had the highest standards for behavior and was consistently the calmest in the schools in which he worked. Scott has served as a principal, superintendent, and discipline specialist. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, a Master’s degree in Education. He is the founder of Behavioral Educational Consulting and author of The Classroom Behavior Manual: How to Build Relationships, Share Control, and Teach Positive Behaviors (ASCD, 2022). He also writes a syndicated newspaper advice column, “Ask the Kid Whisperer.”
Book (required): The Classroom Behavior Manual: How to Build Relationships, Share Control, and Teach Positive Behaviors (2022, ASCD) $29.50. This book is included with registration and will be mailed to each registrant prior to the workshop.