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De-Escalation & Re-Engagement

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Joshua Kumm

on 21 February 2014

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Transcript of De-Escalation & Re-Engagement

When Crisis Hits
The Rage Cycle
Setting up a solid system
Trainings to help improve effectiveness
Positive Behavior Intervention Supports
Tier 3 - 1-5% of All Students - Targeted and Individualized
Administration and RTI Support
Don't Go It Alone
Tier 2 - 5-15% of All Students - Mild Situational & Small Group Interventions
Alternatives to Acting Out
Things to do in the classroom
Tier 1 Supports 80-90% of All Students - Intervention Through Prevention
Visuals - Because aren't you tired of talking?
Consider your environment
Do's and Don't's
It's about Re-teaching
Teacher-Empowering Alternatives
Scaffolding Instruction - Engagement Limits Outbursts
Considerations for Instruction
De-Escalation & Re-Engagement
Using Tier Management Approach

Routines are not routine until you practice them routinely.
Can students learn in your room?
What is your interaction tone?
Multi-Sensory and Movement Integration
Relationships and Character Skills ARE Instruction
Reviewing lesson plans - add one more sense to each section
Facilitation, not direct instruction
60-80% of instruction time is lost to classroom management issues in the average class
Routines increase predictability aka comfort / control
Task cards with a list of things to do to help them stay on task and manage their time.
Model a problem-solving strategy for students and talk through the steps as it is taught to help students internalize the steps
Discreet redirection
Assign a task as a redirection (errand, pass out paper, etc)
Teach positive self-talk
Model and practice "Give me 10" (counting forward or backward to 10
Practice using wait-time
Take a walk with supervision
Stress balls or other physical activities
Note to student for redirection
Use "I" statements to reinforce expectations
Behavior Contracts
Positive reinforcement of others doing correct behavior
Avoiding threats, calling anyone out, or ultimatums
Intervention Resources
Second Steps Social Skills
Encyclopedia of Behavior Management
Tough Kid Toolbox
The PRIM (Pre-Referral Intervention Manual)
Autism Resources
RTI Strategies Flipbook
A Consideration - Look at these percentages. Is your classroom pyramid matching? Is it up-side down? Where do you spend more time - teaching or correcting?
FBA / BIP - Seems complicated, but they are your best friend
Make sure the family/guardians and student are included in making the plan.
Make a plan for when a crisis hits BEFORE it hits
What NOT to do...
All good plans MUST include what to do instead.
We all want a perfect solution, but what can you LIVE with for now?
When to consider other resources, and what they are.
The arc of behavior and intervention scaffolding
Get support.
Use a calm voice.
Keep arm's length.
Get on a kid's level.
Be aware of non-verbals.
Make ultimatums.
Set time limits.
Set the child up to fail.
Take it personally.
Sink to the student's level.
Fail to see what the big picture is during a single situation.
Student Response Teams
Response to Intervention
Exceptional Child Education
Called by your administration to support school-based SRT program
Crisis-based or Consultation
Consulting Teacher
School Psychologist
Program Specialists & Program Resource Teachers
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