Presentation Title

Are You the Bully?

Primary Presenter Brief Bio

TG-BFTS 6593

Type of Presentation

Workshop

Location

Session One Breakouts: Room 2080

Topic Category

Strand 4: Including All Children

Targeted Age Group

Preschool, Kindergarten, Elementary/Afterschool, Adult Learners

Targeted Audience

Family Child Care, Child Care Center, Directors/Administrators, Early Intervention Providers, After-School Providers, College Faculty/Trainers/TA, Primary Grades, Faith Based

Brief Session Description

Exceptionalities are prevalent in early childhood classrooms. Practitioners may have illicit biases. These biases may cause teachers to bully children in the classroom. This course, using evidence based strategies will assist practitioners to respond to behavioral disruptions in an encouraging manner and not create TICs (Teacher Initiated Chaos) with children that are autistic, have ADHD and/ or ODD, allowing all children an opportunity to reach their full potential in a nurturing, safe environment.

Full Session Description

Participants view a series of recent news story and discuss any bullying behaviors they may have seen. To understand the aspects of ODD, ADHD, and Autism as exceptionalities, participants will receive information covering the behaviors that may cause challenging behaviors in the classroom. Participants will discuss given scenarios.

Participants begin to discuss their emotions during certain interactions with children that may lead to bullying. Participants complete a behavioral plan that analyzes the triggers that may lead to child abuse by teachers and/ or administration involving children with these particular exceptionalities. We examine effective strategies and how to implement in the classroom.

Start Date

25-1-2020 10:15 AM

End Date

25-1-2020 11:45 AM

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Jan 25th, 10:15 AM Jan 25th, 11:45 AM

Are You the Bully?

Session One Breakouts: Room 2080

Exceptionalities are prevalent in early childhood classrooms. Practitioners may have illicit biases. These biases may cause teachers to bully children in the classroom. This course, using evidence based strategies will assist practitioners to respond to behavioral disruptions in an encouraging manner and not create TICs (Teacher Initiated Chaos) with children that are autistic, have ADHD and/ or ODD, allowing all children an opportunity to reach their full potential in a nurturing, safe environment.