Counseling & Special Ed
Course No. ED458T, ED558T
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Identified various components of behavior as they relate to underlying causes and motivations for behavior.
Analyzed the function of select behaviors and developed positive behavior programming for students.
Utilized various interventions to address a variety of mal-adaptive behaviors that interfere with learning in the classroom.
Recognized areas of underachievement that are often masked by aggressive behaviors.
Written effective plans for students that coordinate academic learning and social skills acquisition.
Recognized behavior characteristics and related them to motivation and behavior for individual students.
A course manual may be downloaded, from the instructor’s website at http://www.michaelsedler.com/ without charge, once you have registered for this course. Click on classes, from there scroll down the page and click on the orange lettering ‘Manual’ next to the class “Why Children Act Out”. On the next page, click again on the class “Why Children Act Out.” It will download as a PDF.
Michael Sedler does a wonderful job as an instructor. I highly recommend his classes.
7th Grade Teacher
Great Course!! Really helped myself and group members to dig into our thoughts and beliefs about why children act out.
Each course I have taken through the Heritage Institute has made me think about my teaching, my students and myself in a different light. Michael Sedler's courses are well designed and constructed in a way where you can implement what you learn immediately in your classroom. He also has assignments that involve observing other classrooms which is not something I would normally do but was very beneficial to me.
4th Grade Teacher