Inclusive Support for Learners with Diverse Behavioral Needs

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Presented By: Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak / Dr. Julie Causton

What are the most challenging student behaviors you encounter as an educator, administrator, or related service provider?

Your answer is precisely what Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak and Dr. Julie Causton of Inclusive Schooling, want to help you with.

In this webinar, Kristie and Julie will support you to:

  • Define inclusive education and understand how inclusion impacts student belonging and challenging behaviors
  • Reframe challenging behavior as stress-behavior in order to reveal their root causes (environmental, biological, & social/emotional stressors)
  • Identify ways to reduce stressors for students, moving them from a state of reactivity into a zone of optimal learning (from a “reactive brain” to “ready brain”).

About the Presenter

Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak

An accomplished author, sought-after consultant, and educator’s educator, Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak spent 16 years as a tenured professor in Higher Education at Kent State University before leaving to lead a (r)evolution in early childhood education. She has written six textbooks, two workbooks, and the AEPS curricular system, served as past President of the International Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children, and spent over 50,000 hours teaching adults best practices in early childhood care and education in locations from Cincinnati to Singapore. It’s all part of her effort to build kinder, more inclusive, and more creative classrooms—and therefore, a better world.

Dr. Julie Causton

is founder and CEO of Inclusive Schooling. She is a former Professor in the Inclusive and Special Education Program in the Department of Teaching and Leadership at Syracuse University. She has spent the last 20 years studying best practices for inclusive education and as a former elementary, middle and high school teacher, she knows firsthand how inclusion leads to better outcomes for students. She is an educational consultant and works with administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, and families across the country to help them promote inclusive practices. Her dynamic presentations focus on engaging ways to educate all students within the context of general education. Julie is the author of many books about inclusive education and she has published articles in over thirty educational research and practitioner journals.