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Challenging Student Behaviors: Responding with Information, Intention, and Compassion
Recent research shows teachers agree that student behavior problems are on the rise, requiring teachers to sacrifice academic time and over-attend to discipline issues. This session will help you identify children who need more intense behavioral support and respond effectively when challenging behaviors occur in the classroom.

Training Objectives:

1. Examine how challenging behaviors impact the teacher

2. Develop the ability to chase the why

3. Explain how to respond to an activated brain state

4. Select effective interventions

5. Determine when to seek expert help.


December 2 | 3:30 - 4:45 PM CST

Registration fee: $40

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

Speakers are subject to change

Dec 2, 2021 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

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.
Méroudjie Denis, Ph.D, LP, LMSW
Bilingual Licensed Psychologist @Momentous Institute
Méroudjie is a licensed psychologist, licensed social worker and trained school psychologist, with over 13 years of experience in the mental health field. She provides clinical services to children and families impacted by trauma. Previously, she spent a decade working as an early childhood educator, serving children receiving special education. She earned her Bachelor of Art in psychology from the University of Dallas, her master’s degree in social work from the University of Texas-Arlington and her Ph.D. in psychology from Texas women's University.