“Social and emotional learning is essential to the success of children with autism … It helps children connect with others, develop their social skills and manage their emotions so they can problem solve, learn and s ‘flourish socially and academically. “
ORLANDO, Florida (PRWEB)
September 29, 2021
Educators will gain new knowledge to help students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) navigate classroom dynamics, academics, and social and emotional learning (SEL) at the upcoming Conscious Discipline for Students workshop. autism spectrum disorders. In the United States, it is estimated that one in 54 children has ASD. Understanding how to help these children connect, develop social skills, and manage their emotions is critical to their academic and personal success.
The workshop, to be held December 3-4, 2021 in Orlando, Florida, will feature Mindful Discipline Founder and Pioneer Dr. Becky Bailey, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor Kim Jackson and Certified Instructor of Conscious Discipline Cheryl Cotter. Jackson has extensive experience working with children with ASD, and Cotter is a specialty educator with advanced training and certification in many therapeutic interventions for people with ASD.
Conscious Discipline is a comprehensive, trauma-responsive SEL program that combines evidence-based SEL practices, equitable school culture, classroom management and self-regulation.
“Social and emotional learning is essential to the success of children with autism,” says Conscious Discipline founder Dr. Becky Bailey. “It helps children connect with others, develop social skills and manage their emotions so that they can problem solve, learn and thrive socially and academically.”
The two-day workshop is intended for educators, administrators, parents, special education teachers, school counselors, school psychologists and social workers looking for strategies to effectively support children with ASD. Participants will gain a better understanding of brain development as it relates to autism and learn best practices that create the structure, safety and connection that students with ASD need to learn and succeed. They will also have the opportunity to visit a model classroom and see first-hand the application of new strategies.
“Conscious discipline has left brain structure and information that is common to autism interventions,” Cotter explains. “The difference is that he also has the right brain, which emphasizes connection. It is the part which is missing in the other interventions. It allows children to experience connection in a way that is predictable, comfortable and safe for them. It also gives adults the tools to help children cope with their upset, so that they come out feeling safe rather than feeling bad about themselves. “
Those interested in participating in the December workshop can register on the Conscious Discipline website: https://consciousdiscipline.com/professional-development/event/conscious-discipline-sel-for-students-with-autism -spectrum-disorder /.
About Conscious Discipline
Mindful Discipline is a trauma-focused, adult-focused methodology that integrates social and emotional learning, school culture, and discipline to create collaborative learning communities that help all members reach their most potential. raised. In 2020, the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) named Conscious Discipline a “Select Program”, its highest designation for effective and evidence-based SEL. Research shows that mindful discipline decreases aggression, impulsivity, and hyperactivity while creating a positive environment at school or at home. In schools, conscious discipline has been shown to reduce disciplinary benchmarks while increasing academic achievement. Learn more at http://www.conscientdiscipline.com.
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