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  • Behavior Management + CLASS = A Comprehensive Framework – Phoenix AZ

    Tue, 02/12/2019

    Trainer: John Gunnarson, Consultant, Early Care and Education Phoenix AZ Location - TBA February 12-13, 2019 – Seminar: “Behavior Management + CLASS = A Comprehensive Framework” February 26, 2019, 3:00-4:00 pm – Webinar 1: “Implementing Positive Behavior Management: Strategies, Questions, Discussion” March 26, 2019, 3:00-4:00 pm – Webinar #2: “Sustaining Positive Behavior Management: Strategies, Questions, Discussion” About this training… Finally… a comprehensive, easy-to-understand approach to behavior management!   This two-day seminar with follow-up webinars will provide participants with a strong framework that they can use on behavior management.  Apply this framework program-wide or with individual classrooms.  On Day 1, you will learn concrete strategies for creating a classroom culture that embraces positive expectations, skills, and behaviors.   These are the foundational pieces that exceptional teachers use to develop their class into a cohesive, cooperative group.   Strategies will be presented using the CLASS Behavior Management indicators.   On Day 2, you will learn specific options for responding to the misbehaviors of individual children.  You will emerge with a comprehensive framework that you can apply to any misbehavior in any classroom. The intended audience and participants for this seminar are education program...

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  • Behavior Management + CLASS = A Comprehensive Framework – Northern California

    Thu, 01/17/2019

    Trainer: John Gunnarson, Consultant, Early Care and Education Northern California Location - TBA January 17-18, 2019 – Seminar: “Behavior Management + CLASS = A Comprehensive Framework” February 26, 2019, 3:00-4:00 pm – Webinar #1: “Implementing Positive Behavior Management: Strategies, Questions, Discussion” March 26, 2019, 3:00-4:00 pm – Webinar #2: “Sustaining Positive Behavior Management: Strategies, Questions, Discussion” About this training… Finally… a comprehensive, easy-to-understand approach to behavior management!   This two-day seminar with follow-up webinars will provide participants with a strong framework that they can use on behavior management.  Apply this framework program-wide or with individual classrooms.  On Day 1, you will learn concrete strategies for creating a classroom culture that embraces positive expectations, skills, and behaviors.   These are the foundational pieces that exceptional teachers use to develop their class into a cohesive, cooperative group.   Strategies will be presented using the CLASS Behavior Management indicators.   On Day 2, you will learn specific options for responding to the misbehaviors of individual children.  You will emerge with a comprehensive framework that you can apply to any misbehavior in any classroom. The intended audience and participants for this seminar are education...

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  • Behavior Management + CLASS = A Comprehensive Framework – Southern California

    Tue, 11/6/2018

          Trainer: John Gunnarson, Consultant, Early Care and Education Southern California St. Ann’s Conference Center – Foundation Room – 155 N. Occidental Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 Register Today November 6-7, 2018 – Seminar: “Behavior Management + CLASS = A Comprehensive Framework” December 4, 2018, 3:00-4:00 pm – Webinar #1: “Implementing Positive Behavior Management: Strategies, Questions, Discussion” January 8, 2019, 3:00-4:00 pm – Webinar #2: “Sustaining Positive Behavior Management: Strategies, Questions, Discussion” About this training… Finally… a comprehensive, easy-to-understand approach to behavior management!   This two-day seminar with follow-up webinars will provide participants with a strong framework that they can use on behavior management.  Apply this framework program-wide or with individual classrooms.  On Day 1, you will learn concrete strategies for creating a classroom culture that embraces positive expectations, skills, and behaviors.   These are the foundational pieces that exceptional teachers use to develop their class into a cohesive, cooperative group.   Strategies will be presented using the CLASS Behavior Management indicators.   On Day 2, you will learn specific options for responding to the misbehaviors of individual children.  You will emerge with a comprehensive framework...

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  • Excelling with CLASS: Language Modeling Achieving High Language Modeling: Assessing, Coaching, Accountability – Seminar

    Tue, 05/1/2018

    With John Gunnarson, Consultant, Early Care and Education Three one-hour webinars – One full-day workshop! Learn more Join with your colleagues around the region to excel with CLASS: Language Modeling.  This course will provide attendees with two unique learning approaches.  First, attendees will be offered 3 one-hour webinars (see the list below) along with collateral materials to enhance their knowledge.  Second, attendees will be offered the opportunity to attend an in-person training with John to dive deeper and build greater capacity in this topic area.  See the dates and locations below. John Gunnarson is an independent consultant, providing training and technical assistance to Head Start and early childhood programs throughout the United States and internationally. He also teaches early childhood education at the College of Marin in California. His areas of specialization include classroom environments, curriculum, CLASS, positive guidance and discipline, early literacy, early math, teacher-child interactions, projects and studies, Reggio Emilia-inspired practices, and working with dual language learners.   Seminar, May 1, 2018 – Achieving High Language Modeling:  Assessing, Coaching, Accountability San Jose City College, Milpitas Campus – Conference Center. 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM (PST)   Center Directors, coaches, and Education Program Managers: This...

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  • Excelling with CLASS: Language Modeling Webinar 3 – Advanced Language and Frequent Conversations

    Tue, 04/17/2018

    With John Gunnarson, Consultant, Early Care and Education Three one-hour webinars – One full-day workshop! Learn more Join with your colleagues around the region to excel with CLASS: Language Modeling.  This course will provide attendees with two unique learning approaches.  First, attendees will be offered 3 one-hour webinars (see the list below) along with collateral materials to enhance their knowledge.  Second, attendees will be offered the opportunity to attend an in-person training with John to dive deeper and build greater capacity in this topic area.  See the dates and locations below. John Gunnarson is an independent consultant, providing training and technical assistance to Head Start and early childhood programs throughout the United States and internationally. He also teaches early childhood education at the College of Marin in California. His areas of specialization include classroom environments, curriculum, CLASS, positive guidance and discipline, early literacy, early math, teacher-child interactions, projects and studies, Reggio Emilia-inspired practices, and working with dual language learners. Webinar 3, April 17, 2018 – Achieving High Language Modeling:  Advanced Language and Frequent Conversations 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (PST) On-line Comprehensive professional development on Advanced Language and Frequent Conversations Strategies for sustaining...

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  • Excelling with CLASS: Language Modeling Webinar 2 – Self Talk and Parallel and Repetition and Extension

    Tue, 03/27/2018

    With John Gunnarson, Consultant, Early Care and Education Three one-hour webinars – One full-day workshop! Learn more Join with your colleagues around the region to excel with CLASS: Language Modeling.  This course will provide attendees with two unique learning approaches.  First, attendees will be offered 3 one-hour webinars (see the list below) along with collateral materials to enhance their knowledge.  Second, attendees will be offered the opportunity to attend an in-person training with John to dive deeper and build greater capacity in this topic area.  See the dates and locations below. John Gunnarson is an independent consultant, providing training and technical assistance to Head Start and early childhood programs throughout the United States and internationally. He also teaches early childhood education at the College of Marin in California. His areas of specialization include classroom environments, curriculum, CLASS, positive guidance and discipline, early literacy, early math, teacher-child interactions, projects and studies, Reggio Emilia-inspired practices, and working with dual language learners. Webinar 2, March 27 2018 - Achieving High Language Modeling:  Self Talk and Parallel and Repetition and Extension 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (PST) On-line Comprehensive professional development on Self Talk and Parallel Talk and Repetition and Extension Strategies...

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  • Excelling with CLASS: Language Modeling Webinar 1 – Achieving High Language Modeling

    Tue, 03/6/2018

    With John Gunnarson, Consultant, Early Care and Education Three one-hour webinars – One full-day workshop! Learn more Join with your colleagues around the region to excel with CLASS: Language Modeling.  This course will provide attendees with two unique learning approaches.  First, attendees will be offered 3 one-hour webinars (see the list below) along with collateral materials to enhance their knowledge.  Second, attendees will be offered the opportunity to attend an in-person training with John to dive deeper and build greater capacity in this topic area.  See the dates and locations below. John Gunnarson is an independent consultant, providing training and technical assistance to Head Start and early childhood programs throughout the United States and internationally. He also teaches early childhood education at the College of Marin in California. His areas of specialization include classroom environments, curriculum, CLASS, positive guidance and discipline, early literacy, early math, teacher-child interactions, projects and studies, Reggio Emilia-inspired practices, and working with dual language learners.  Webinar 1, March 6, 2018 –  Achieving High Language Modeling:  Open-ended Questions 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (PST) On-line Strategies for comprehensive professional development: training, coaching, accountability Strategies for sustaining growth: staff...

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