Strategies and Techniques for Dealing with the Most Difficult to Manage Students (SD220101)
Credits: 1 PLU / Tuition: $150 / Additional Fee for Non NEGA RESA: $25.00
Status: OPEN / Maximum Size: 35
Instructor: Gary Alderman
Date: 7/15/2019 thru 7/16/2019 Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Location: Boardroom - NEGA RESA Training Center Winterville, Ga (Click for Driving Directions)
Registration Deadline: 7/8/2019


Class Notes

Course Description

This two-day workshop is designed to provide educators with a 5-step problem solving model for re-thinking behavior management. This model focuses on psychological/emotional issues that teachers face with difficult students and information about the "underlying functions and purpose" of misbehavior(s) along with specific interventions and strategies.

To provide a five-step problem solving model for dealing with difficult to manage behavior.

  • To provide information in the “traps” teachers fall into when dealing with behavior problems.
  • To provide strategies to deal with common behavioral difficulties.
  • To provide information on the emotional issues educators face with difficult students.
  • To provide reasons for student misbehavior.
  • To develop a success plan.

Who Should Attend

  • Administrators
  • General and Special Education Teachers
  • School-wide Discipline Teams
  • SST Coordinators


Cancellations must be submitted 24 hrs. prior to the class for a full refund.  Failure to attend will not result in a refund.


Failure to cancel registration for this conference will result in a "NO SHOW" fee of $50 for those participants who do not attend and do not notify RESA in advance they will not be attending.


This class has been closed.