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ProPay 1-2-3: Self Management: Increase Student Independence for Success in Life - Day One

  • Davis Center (various locations) 1250 West Broadway Avenue Minneapolis, MN, 55411 United States (map)

Overview

Self Management: Increase Student Independence for Success in Life. Self-management interventions help students learn to independently regulate their behaviors and act appropriately in a variety of home, school, and community situations. Self-management interventions can be used to target skills in all domains including language, communication, social, behavioral, and adaptive. Self-management is not only an evidenced-based intervention, but also a foundational skill that can make it easier to teach learners a variety of other skills, therefore increasing independence and over reliance on adults. This course will utilize online tools to collaborate and provide video and reflection sharing. This course is a blended learning opportunity that incorporates online as well as in-person course work.

Participants will:

  • Identify key resources for implementing self-management interventions.
  • Determine whether self-management systems are appropriate interventions to help individual learners with acquire specific target skills across academic, social, and functional domains.
  • Make decisions about self-management materials based on the characteristics of individual learners, target skills, and the contexts in which the intervention will occur.
  • Develop an individualized self-management intervention based on the steps for implementation, yet tailored to the needs and characteristics of the target students.
  • Implement action research using the Self-Management Implementation Checklist to fidelity.
  • Take regular ongoing data of student performance/progress. Analyze and alter interventions as needed to increase student progress.
  • Extend intervention to generalization opportunities to increase student performance across school environments.
  • Analyze through coaching and data analysis and refine procedures as needed. This would include reflection and next-steps.

Target audience

Special education teachers, social workers, counselors, related service providers, transition aged teachers (18-21), general education teachers. Not recommended for ECSE/ECFE teachers.

Class Dates, Times and Locations

* This course will require 20 additional on-line/interactive hours throughout the course

  • Monday, September 17th, 2018 – 5:00 - 8:00 PM @ Davis, N1-052
  • Monday, October 15th, 2018 – 5:00 pm - 8:00 PM (optional – Come at 4:30 for action research coaching) @ Davis, N1-051
  • Monday, November 19th, 2018 – 5:00 - 8:00 PM (optional – Come at 4:30 for action research coaching) @ Davis, N1-052
  • Monday, January 14th, 2019 – 5:00 - 8:00 PM (optional – Come at 4:30 for action research coaching) @ Davis, N1-052
  • One additional session will be offered for coaching, date TBD.

Registration Information

Register for the training on eCompass. Search course #92423 and section #112409.

Facilitators

  • Kathy Healy, District Program Facilitator, Special Education
  • Michele Glynn, ASD Itinerant Teacher

Questions

Email: Kathy.Healy@mpls.k12.mn.us

Michele.Glynn@mpls.k12.mn.us