This course is designed to provide elementary/secondary school personnel with a comprehensive organizational, behavioral and curricular approach to support students who exhibit challenging behaviors. Participants will develop an understanding of the psycho-educational philosophy of the BIST model and how it ties into trauma-informed care for students. They will also learn the Goals for Life, language to reduce resistance with difficult students and develop effective communication skills with parents and other staff members. Through role-playing, participants will have the opportunity to observe the new concepts being taught by the Behavior Intervention Support Team.

  • 2 graduate credits available through Baker University for three day class
Event Info
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    • Jun 10, 2024
    • Jun 11, 2024
    • Jun 12, 2024
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    • Westside Community Center
      3534 S 108th Street, Omaha, NE 68144
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    • Seats Left: 139 (Capacity: 150)
    • Zoom Seats Left: 997 (Capacity: 1000)
Class Fee
  • Non-member $300.00
  • Member $200.00