Responsibility-Centered Discipline K-6 – Single User
What You Will Learn
For elementary teachers, student discipline situations can be all-consuming and they pose huge obstacles to academic success. PBIS and similar programs offer an excellent framework for creating a supportive environment, but don’t offer a lot of help to teachers facing a rapidly escalating situation. Student discipline situations have a way of intensifying quickly, and before an educator realizes what is happening, an annoying situation can escalate into a full-blown crisis. ’The Responsibility-Centered Discipline model provides teachers supportive tools for preventing challenging moments from escalating, without relying on office referrals and suspensions. ’In this 90-minute webinar, Responsibility-Centered Discipline co-creator and elementary teacher Angela Thompson gives an introduction to RCD principles and provides tools to help educators become masters of challenging student discipline moments with younger children.
Angela Thompson will discuss two key components of the Responsibility-Centered Discipline model including Give –em Five guided conversations and the Response-Ability Process for de-escalating problem behavior. Traditional disciplinary systems, incentive programs and time-based consequences do little to help students become more responsible for decisions they make or to encourage them to take ownership of their own academic success. ’Ms. Thompson will provide school-proven methods for modifying long-term behavior with younger students and building a responsible school culture.
n this webinar you will learn:
The contrast between obedience-based discipline and Responsibility-Centered Discipline
How to build foundations for change in younger students
The competing discipline theories in most schools
Disciplinary Dos and Don’ts for younger students
How to use the Give em Five approach to deal with elementary discipline situations of varying intensity levels
Tips for using the Response-Ability Process to de-escalate challenging moments with young students.
This informative webinar will provide handouts and activities to help attendees process learning and implement these new practices with young students.
Who Should Attend:
Deans of Students
School Social Workers (intermediate)
After-School Program Coordinators
You Will Also Receive:
To augment the PowerPoint presentation and activities, each participant will receive a (PDF) resource packet of the presentation with ideas, reproducible forms, activities and other suggested resources.
About the Presenter:
Angela Thompson, M.Ed., is the co-creator of the Responsibility-Centered Discipline program, as well as a Certified Master Trainer. She is also co-author of Give –em Five: A Five-Step Approach to Handling Challenging Moments with Students (K-6 and 6-12). She has nearly 20 years of experience in elementary education as a classroom teacher. Although she enjoys the opportunity to travel throughout the United States to train fellow educators, she misses the excitement of being in the classroom. Angela brings her knowledge and passion for working with young children to RCD. She has experienced firsthand how Give –em Five conversations and the Response-Ability Process can transform classrooms and help even the toughest young students.
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