What are possible underpinnings for student behavior online? What is a useable prevention strategy that will build relationships, community and help prevent negative incidents in remote learning? How do we handle these occurrences in the moment or through follow-up?
In this session we will unpack the Art of the Check-in as prevention, as well as how to use a curiosity mindset to co-regulate students by asking powerful questions.
Objective 1: Learn the Art of the Check-In as a prevention strategy.
Objective 2: To co-create an understanding of students who present behaviors with remote learning and what could be getting in the way.
Objective 3: Gain a curious mindset of these students and how to help them.
Objective 4: Learn the power of asking questions to deescalate a student and co-regulate.
Audience: Educators and/or Paras who are teaching/supporting in a remote environment.
Lead Presenter – Rebecca Lewis-Pankratz