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Your Questions Answered: Big Behaviors
This free webinar will help examine frequent causes of big behaviors in the classroom and how to manage them.

Classroom Management is one of the trickiest teacher jobs. Many teachers report that misbehavior is increasingly frequent, intense, and difficult to manage. We know that big behaviors can derail the most effective instruction and stump even seasoned educators. Momentous Institute has worked in hundreds of classrooms, with teachers and administrators who want to address the root causes and appropriate responses to big behaviors.

Participant questions will be put at the center of the discussion. While we won't promise quick fixes to complex problems, we are happy to share the approaches and strategies we've personally used to help guide children to a sense of calm and safety.

1. What worries you most about big behaviors in your classroom/school?
2. What challenges do you encounter when dealing with big behaviors in your classroom/school?
3. What would you most like to know about big behaviors?

Recording: Registrants will have access to the recording(s), valid for one week after the scheduled date.

Mar 9, 2021 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Tina Robertson, LCSW
Director of Clinical Training @Momentous Institute
Tina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and joined Momentous Institute in January 2016. Her previous experience includes 20 years of work in the mental health field through various direct practice, community outreach and organizational leadership roles. She received her bachelor’s degree in English/Political Science from Jarvis Christian College and her master’s degree in social work from University of Texas-Arlington.
Rhonda Vincent, Ph.D
Director of Educational Training @Momentous Institute
Rhonda Vincent joined Momentous Institute in December 2013. Her previous experience includes over 25 years of work in education. Along with a Bachelor of Science, Rhonda earned elementary and early childhood teaching certificates from the University of Texas Permian Basin. She received a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from New Mexico State University and a Ph.D. in Child Development from Texas Woman’s University.