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807 N. Mattis Ave, Champaign, IL 61821
Phone: 217-892-8877 | Fax: 217-893-8627
Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (2017-2018 Office Schedule)
Workshops are free for RCCSEC Member District employees
To register for any RCCSEC workshops, please click here
CRISIS PREVENTION INSTITUTE (CPI) NON-VIOLENT CRISIS INTERVENTION
It is the individuals’ responsibility to be aware of your initial CPI certification date.
Please register accordingly and register for the dates provided.
For individuals that have not been trained in CPI.
For individuals that have not completed the refresher within one year of the original CPI certification date.
Classroom portion is completed independently online prior to the physical portion. The times listed below are for the physical portion of the training.
8/10/2017 8:00-12:00 IHotel and Conference Center
10/24/2017 8:00-12:00 IHotel and Conference Center
For individuals that have taken the course within one year of the dates below.
For individuals that have taken a refresher course within year of the dates below.
7/24/2017 8:30-11:30 IHotel and Conference Center
8/16/2017 12:30-3:30 St. Joseph Middle School
8/16/2017 12:30-3:30 Unity Junior High School
10/6/2017 8:30-11:30 and 12:30-3:30 St. Joseph Middle School
1/3/2018 8:30-11:30 St. Joseph Grade School
8:30-3:30, October 6, 2017, St. Joseph Middle School
This training is for any new teachers and for teachers that would like a refresher on how to use Power IEP/504.
Staff need only attend one of the listed sessions.
August 8, 2017, 8:00-11:45 and 12:00-3:30, RCCSEC Conference Room
Presenter: Dr. Bob Darnell
November 3, 2017 8:30-3:30, IHotel and Conference Center
Increased rigor in new standards has also increased challenges for struggling learners and teachers. Unleash the power of special needs students and see how to motivate them to become engaged, empowered, and ready to achieve high standards. Experience four scenarios that facilitate a deeper understanding of why students fail or underachieve. Become familiar with evidence-based strategies that empower special needs students to efficiently store and retain, process, transfer, and apply content material and skills. See how “accommodating” skills and strategies ignite student success without watering down content material and lowering standards.
Presenter: Karen Simms
Friday, November 10, 2017
IHotel and Conference Center
Participants who complete this professional development series will increase their understanding of:
Trauma and traumatic stress and how they affect the brain
The neurobiology of trauma and its impact on the brain, body, and emotional regulation
The maze of trauma misdiagnosis and how it complicates the referral and support process
How to use an understanding of the neurobiology of trauma to improve academic, discipline, prevention, and intervention outcomes
Clear strategies to fit trauma-informed schools within a PBIS framework
How trauma-informed and compassionate schools improve learning outcomes
Training about trauma