Presentation Title

How to Educate Students With Difficult Behaviors

Highest Degree of Primary Presenter

Master's Degree

Presentation Abstract

How to Educate Student’s With Difficult Behaviors

The field of education is filled with rewarding and fulfilling moments. Then, you have those moments where you want to pull out your hair!! In a classroom with 30 plus students with varied backgrounds, learning styles, temperaments, etc., you are still expected to educate everyone regardless of behavioral outbursts. So, how do you do it all?

This workshop is designed to assist educators with understanding how to manage difficult behaviors in the classroom. Participants will learn the following objectives:

  • Understand the difference between being tolerant and showing care as it relates to students with difficult behaviors
  • Understand some of the causes of problem behaviors
  • Understand methods and best practices to diffuse situations.
  • Have practical examples of how to be a successful teacher and/or parent of a student with difficult behaviors.

Workshop participants will be informed of ways to manage difficult behaviors in the classroom in an interactive manner. Participants will leave the session with new perspectives regarding students who present problems behaviors, as well as new strategies to incorporate into their classrooms.

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How to Educate Students With Difficult Behaviors

How to Educate Student’s With Difficult Behaviors

The field of education is filled with rewarding and fulfilling moments. Then, you have those moments where you want to pull out your hair!! In a classroom with 30 plus students with varied backgrounds, learning styles, temperaments, etc., you are still expected to educate everyone regardless of behavioral outbursts. So, how do you do it all?

This workshop is designed to assist educators with understanding how to manage difficult behaviors in the classroom. Participants will learn the following objectives:

  • Understand the difference between being tolerant and showing care as it relates to students with difficult behaviors
  • Understand some of the causes of problem behaviors
  • Understand methods and best practices to diffuse situations.
  • Have practical examples of how to be a successful teacher and/or parent of a student with difficult behaviors.

Workshop participants will be informed of ways to manage difficult behaviors in the classroom in an interactive manner. Participants will leave the session with new perspectives regarding students who present problems behaviors, as well as new strategies to incorporate into their classrooms.