Title

From the Street to the Classroom

First Presenter's Institution

Advanced Behavioral Counselors

Second Presenter's Institution

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Third Presenter's Institution

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Fourth Presenter's Institution

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Fifth Presenter's Institution

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Location

Scarbrough 1

Strand #1

Academic Achievement & School Leadership

Relevance

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Brief Program Description

This presentation will focus on how we as educators, families, and communities can work together to establish systems to maximize student success. Regardless of the interventions in the classroom, success will be minimal unless interventions also include a family and community approach. This presentation will examine those interventions directed at improving student behavior through culturally aligned classroom interventions, increasing parent involvement, and increasing community involvement. We will examine present school policies and interventions that may inhibit the educational progress of students at risk as well as review partnerships established between educators, parents, and the community that can strengthen appropriate student behavior. Participants will also participate in a group discussion of how they can facilitate a change in methods and approaches presently used to address the issues that occur when the street meets the classroom.

Summary

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Evidence

Presenter will provide.

Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

Featured Speaker: Jim C. Taylor, M.Ed., Behavioral Analyst, Advanced Behavioral Counselors, Statesboro, GA

Presentation Year

2018

Start Date

3-6-2018 10:15 AM

End Date

3-6-2018 11:30 AM

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Mar 6th, 10:15 AM Mar 6th, 11:30 AM

From the Street to the Classroom

Scarbrough 1

This presentation will focus on how we as educators, families, and communities can work together to establish systems to maximize student success. Regardless of the interventions in the classroom, success will be minimal unless interventions also include a family and community approach. This presentation will examine those interventions directed at improving student behavior through culturally aligned classroom interventions, increasing parent involvement, and increasing community involvement. We will examine present school policies and interventions that may inhibit the educational progress of students at risk as well as review partnerships established between educators, parents, and the community that can strengthen appropriate student behavior. Participants will also participate in a group discussion of how they can facilitate a change in methods and approaches presently used to address the issues that occur when the street meets the classroom.