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Double Check: A Cultural Proficiency and Student Engagement Teacher Coaching Model Presented by Catherine Bradshaw, Sandy Hardee, and Lana Asuncion-Bates

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Double Check: A Cultural Proficiency and  Student Engagement Teacher Coaching Model Presented by Catherine Bradshaw, Sandy Hardee, and Lana Asuncion-Bates

Time: November 19, 2014 from 4pm to 5:30pm
Location: register, fees and info: http://www.cvent.com/d/djQhE0UpbkOfSF1GNp-RSA/j81b/P1/1Q?
Event Type: interactive, live, webinar
Organized By: Gretchen Hess
Latest Activity: Nov 11, 2014

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Event Description

This presentation provides an overview of the Double Check (Rosenberg, 2007) model, a framework for helping teachers and school staff to reflect on, and ultimately address the following five core components associated with culturally responsive practices: Connection to the CurriculumAuthentic RelationshipsReflective Thinking, Effective Communication, and Sensitivity to Students’ CultureThe self-reflection process is facilitated through professional development, which helps to increase awareness of one’s own cultural sensitivities. With this heightened awareness, teachers and other staff can understand and engage students in a more functional way. This combination of awareness and explicit functional strategies can help teachers engage in more comprehensive intervention planning and provide supports for problematic student behaviors (Hershfeldt, Sechrest, Pell, Rosenberg, Bradshaw, & Leaf, 2009). Research suggests that until teachers (a) recognize and assess how their own culture affects behavior in today’s classrooms and (b) have a set of explicit strategies that can be readily applied, they are unlikely to employ culturally responsive behavior management strategies in their classrooms (Hershfeldt et al., 2009). The self-reflection process is further facilitated through individual teacher coaching using the Classroom Check-Up model. Personalized feedback is provided to teachers about their classroom practices with access to research based strategies to meet their individual needs. 

Comment Wall

Comment by Brooke Dunphey on November 11, 2014 at 12:29pm

The hyperlink does not work, but if you cut and paste it to a browser it does work. The cost is $50.00. Thanks

Comment by Pat Red on November 11, 2014 at 11:26am

Brooke, if you go to the events page you can see the whole event.  The links are active.  

Comment by Pat Red on November 11, 2014 at 11:25am

I think I put all the info in there to get you to the pertinent info.  I don't know if the hyperlinks work but you can copy and paste into your browser.  It's the first time I have posted events!

Let me know how it works.

Pat

Comment by Brooke Dunphey on November 11, 2014 at 10:11am

How much does this webinar cost? Does the hyperlink to register work?

I think I put all the info in there to get you to the pertinent info.  I don't know if the hyperlinks work but you can copy and paste into your browser.  It's the first time I have posted events!

Let me know how it works.

Pat

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