Student Engagement Strategies


Sponsored by NTACT, Dr. Reece Peterson, Professor Emeritus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will share resources and strategies to get student’s engaged. His website, Student Engagement Project, focuses on two main areas: strategies to reduce exclusionary discipline and strategies to reduce school dropout. Get ideas, new resources, advice and strategies for individual student planning and school improvement planning!

LIVE EVENT:  September 21, 2017   Recording Available
ONLINE CHAT:  September 21-October 5, 2017

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    Student Engagement Strategies: Reducing Exclusionary Discipline & Reducing Dropouts

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    Kayla Nott
    Kayla Nott
    4 years ago

    I have a student who is loud and defiant in classes, and has been placed in more restrictive settings in order to reduce attention-seeking behaviors and disruption to peers. He responds well to a token economy and behavior-specific praise, but it’s difficult to get his gen ed teachers to use these methods, when it’s easier to send him to the hallway or office. How can I get his general ed instructors to use more positive methods to reinforce his good behaviors?

    Debbie Flores
    4 years ago

    Often times, the teachers/ special educators are on board with using strategies & techniques: at the high school level, how would you suggest getting “buy in” from administration, parents & Community Resource Officers?

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