Behavioral Support and School Climate 
CHAMPS View offerings/not available icon
CHAMPS is a positive and proactive classroom management approach that provides teachers with tools to clearly structure each part of their day. Participants will learn how to define clear expectations for students and teach those at for each new routine. They are also provided tools to address motivation issues and chronic misbehavior.
Community Resilience Intro View offerings/not available icon
The Community Resilience Model® is an evidence-based approach to wellness for the individual and the community. CRM® trainings support the understanding and cultivation of wellness skills based on the brain/body connection. Participants will learn about and practice 6 specific skills to help themselves and others be able to regulate, calm, and ultimately grow in resilience.
Community Resilience Model (2 day) View offerings/not available icon
The Community Resilience Model® is an evidence-based approach to wellness for the individual and the community. CRM® trainings support the understanding and cultivation of wellness skills based on the brain/body connection. Participants will learn about and practice 6 specific skills to help themselves and others be able to regulate, calm, and ultimately grow in resilience.
Culturally Responsive & Inclusive Learning Environments for Multilingual Learners View offerings/not available icon
While multilingual learners enter our schools and classrooms with specific needs for developing academic English language, they also bring with them a wealth of cultural knowledge and linguistic resources. This workshop will help us engage Culturally Responsive Practices as an instructional strategy, mindset, and practice that cultivate classroom environments and implement teacher practices designed to improve the learning capacity of all students, especially those of historically marginalized s
Intro to the Community Resilience Model View offerings/not available icon
The Community Resilience Model® is an evidence-based approach to wellness for the individual and the community. CRM® trainings support the understanding and cultivation of wellness skills based on the brain/body connection. Participants will learn about and practice 3 specific skills to help themselves and others be able to regulate, calm, and ultimately grow in resilience.
Introduction to Restorative Practices View offerings/not available icon
This workshop is designed to introduce you to the core concepts of Restorative Practices that can be utilized in interpersonal relationships, in the classroom and in larger systems. These practices can help educators build an environment that centers relationship, learning and engagement.
Mindful Management View offerings/not available icon
Designed for K-12 educators, paraprofessionals, and student support staff, this course provides effective strategies for managing stress, reducing burnout, and improving classroom outcomes. By using mindfulness techniques, participants learn to recognize their own stress triggers, develop self-regulation skills, and respond thoughtfully to misbehavior. Through lecture, discussion, and experiential learning, participants will explore the principles of mindfulness and develop personalized self-car
SEL + Resilience in the Classroom View offerings/not available icon
This series focuses on how to implement Social and emotional learning (SEL) is an initiative that helps support a well-rounded education that teaches to the whole child. Incorporating tools from Trauma Informed Practices, the series takes a wholistic approach to the topic. Teachers are working to help develop student skills such as self-awareness, self-management, and decision making. This workshop will help participants understand what it means to create classrooms and schools that focus on the
Student Voice Tool Kit View offerings/not available icon
Creating a space where students feel a sense of belonging and community is important. As educators, we already find ways to create this space in many ways. And, giving students opportunities to use their voice and provide input into what happens in their classroom or building is a powerful way to bring students together as a community. This workshop will introduce participants to a deeper understanding of what youth voice can look like, why it benefits students and educators alike, and how you
Beyond Tiered supports for ALL learners! View offerings/not available icon
Positive behavior intervention supports can benefit and be incorporated for all students, not just those who are special education eligible. In this training, participants will learn how tier supports can be generalized for all students, examples of how to incorporate strategies into your classroom and to improve outcomes for ALL learners
How and When to Develop FBA’s and PBSP’s View offerings/not available icon
This training is for participants to learn and discuss how and when it is appropriate to develop a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA). Staff will interpret what to do with the information that is gained from the FBA and how to progress through completing a PBSP (Positive Behavior Support Plan). This training will also discuss the importance of developing a fidelity checklist to ensure consistency with the behavior plan.
The Classroom Toolbox: Strategies for Inclusive Practices View offerings/not available icon
This interactive workshop will provide participants with a toolbox of high leverage practices to foster an inclusive environment(s) for learners. Participants will learn evidence-based interventions and strategies they can use in their classrooms to increase active participation for students with and without disabilities. These engagement strategies will focus on yielding positive results related to socio-emotional and behavioral development. There is an elementary cohort and a secondary cohort
DEI and Implicit Bias Training View offerings/not available icon
This two-hour synchronous virtual workshop is aligned to meet the State of Michigan Regulatory Affairs Public Health Code – General Rules sections R 338.7001 – 338.7005, commonly referred to “Implicit Bias Training” for anyone seeking new or renewal healthcare licensure from the State of Michigan Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) Bureau of Professional Licensing, effective June 1, 2022.