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WEBINAR: Combating Negative Behaviors with Positive Strategies

  • 14 May 2014
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Online Training
  • 75


  • $10 for members. If you wish to join as a member and receive the lower fee, you must complete the membership application first and then register.
  • FREE for retired and student members. If you wish to join as a member and receive the lower fee, you must complete the membership application first and then register.

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WEBINAR: Combating Negative Behaviors with Positive Strategies

Wednesday, May 14, 2014         
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT
Webinar Log-In Open 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

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Counselors and support staff are often asked to work with students who have difficulty following classroom rules and whose behaviors seem to make learning impossible for those around them. This session will introduce ideas on how to help these students through the creation of positive and respectful behavior modification plans presented in a case study format.

Presenter: Amanda Hudson Allen

Amanda Hudson Allen has been a school counselor at East Clayton Elementary School of Clayton, NC for the past four years. She is an alumnus of North Carolina State University with a BS in Elementary Education and a Master of Education in School Counseling. She is currently a doctoral student in the North Carolina State University Counselor Education program. Some of Amanda’s research interests include: effects of parental support on early childhood development; effectiveness of school counseling programs; school counselor's roles as leaders; school counselor's partnership with school administration staff; effects of unaddressed biases in educators on students of minority populations; connections between an individual’s self-worth and level of confidence; effects of parent/guardian workshops on parent/guardian confidence and student achievement; exploring the use of movement devices in the classroom setting; interventions and techniques for students with ADHD to find academic success.

Cost: $10 for NCSCA Members, $25 for Non-Members, FREE for Student or Retired Members

There is a registration limit of 100 participants, and previous webinars have sold out.

Planning notes:

* You will be able to log in for the webinar by 3:30 PM. It is strongly suggested that you log in before 4 PM to make sure that your computer is connected.
* Please note that we will be unable to provide refunds due to technical difficulties on the day of the webinar.  Your confirmation email will include a link where you can test your computer’s connection to GoToWebinar in advance.
* In order to receive CEU credit, participants must attend the entire presentation and complete a brief evaluation.  1.0 clock hour towards a CEU will be awarded.


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