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Steve Vitto Bringing Out the Best in Challenging Home School Partnerships East Grand Rapids
 

Steve Vitto Bringing Out the Best in Challenging Home School Partnerships East Grand Rapids

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A PRESENTATION AT EAST GRAND RAPIDS HIGH SCHOOL IN SERVICE DAY ON BRINGING OUT THE BEST IN CHALLENGING HOME SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS. EVIDENCED BASED APPROACHES FOR CHALLENGING HOME SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS.

A PRESENTATION AT EAST GRAND RAPIDS HIGH SCHOOL IN SERVICE DAY ON BRINGING OUT THE BEST IN CHALLENGING HOME SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS. EVIDENCED BASED APPROACHES FOR CHALLENGING HOME SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS.

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  • Ice breaker – each table creates two “burning questions” Round Robin
  • Problem behaviors are irrelevant when Child doesn’t need to escape anymore Child has access to positive events more commonly Problem behaviors are inefficient when Alternative behavior is available Alternative behavior is taught Problem behaviors are ineffective when Problem behavior NO LONGER works- it does not get the child what they want to obtain or what they want to avoid.
  • Steve Leave them with three powerful concepts: Prevention, Teaching and Guidance, And Data Driven Decision Making
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  • Sort out the three parts to a conversation Decoding the structure of difficult conversations There’s more here than meets the ear Each difficult conversation is really three conversations The “What happened?” conversation The feelings conversation The identity conversation What we can’t change, and what we can The “What happened?” conversation: What’s the story here? The truth assumptions The intention invention The blame frame The feelings conversation: What should we do with our emotions? An opera without music The identity Conversation: What does this say about me? Keeping your balance Moving toward a learning conversation
  • Steve Parents involvement should be acknowledged, recognized and celebrated

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