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Learn how No Child Left Behind interacts with IDEA, and which law covers appropriate areas concerning disciplining students with behavioral issues. (see full course description)

 

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Disciplining Students with Behavioral Issues -  School Law Training Seminar

Gain a Legal Overview of Complex Discipline Issues that Affect Students with Behavioral Issues

Although no educator enjoys it, disciplining students is a common part of any school day and can create complicated legal dilemmas for any school. Moreover, disciplining students whose misbehavior is a manifestation of their disabilities is also all too common, requiring a great deal of patience in addition to creating a whole other series of tricky legal issues. These situations require copious amounts of documentation, and this documentation has to be legally sound. Are you up to date on the latest rules and standards? Learn techniques that you can use to avoid discipline problems and to ensure that your school stays legally compliant when they happen. Register today!

  • Learn how No Child Left Behind interacts with IDEA, and which law covers appropriate areas concerning disciplining students with behavioral issues.
  • Understand what response strategies are legally appropriate for certain disruptive behaviors, such as unwanted physical and sexual gestures, advances or exhibitions.
  • Gain information on when a functional behavior assessment is necessary and on useful procedures to conduct one.
  • Know the legal implications of the bullying of special needs students under various federal laws.
  • Effectively create and implement a school-wide discipline plan that avoids problems before they occur.
 
  1. An Overview of Applicable Laws
    9:00 - 10:00, Georgiana O. Miranda
    1. IDEA
    2. No Child Left Behind
      1. Intersections with IDEA
    3. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
    4. The ADA
    5. State-Specific Laws
    6. Jurisdiction of the Federal Government vs. State Government
  2. Difficult Disruptive Behavioral Problems and Legally Appropriate Response Strategies
    10:15 - 11:30, Georgiana O. Miranda
    1. Common Disabilities That Exhibit Externalizing and Internalizing Behaviors: A Quick Overview
      1. Emotional Disturbance
      2. ADHD
      3. Autism Spectrum Disorders
      4. Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Issues
    2. Common Disruptive Behaviors and Response Strategies That Fall Within the Law
      1. Anxiety and Depression
      2. Unwanted Physical and Sexual Behaviors
      3. Addiction Issues
      4. Social Maladjustment and Conduct Disorders
      5. Issues with IDEA Eligibility
      6. Sexting
  3. Determining and Documenting Behavioral Issues
    11:30 - 12:30, Diane Treadway
    1. Conducting Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBAs) in a Legally Compliant Manner
    2. Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIPs) and Staying Within the Law
    3. Creating Procedural and Substantive IEPs
  4. Creating Discipline Plans That Work
    1:30 - 2:15, Diane Treadway
    1. Types of Discipline: An Overview
      1. Preventative Discipline
      2. Supportive Discipline
      3. Corrective Discipline
    2. Creating a Positive Classroom Environment
      1. School-Wide Positive Behavior Support
      2. Classroom Positive Behavior Support
  5. Bullying and Students with Behavioral Issues
    2:30 - 4:30, Tracey Tsugawa
    1. Bullying and the Law: A Legal Perspective
      1. What the IDEA Says
      2. Bullying and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
      3. Bullying and Title 2 of the Americans with Disabilities Act
      4. Appropriate State Laws
    2. Sexting and Bullying
    3. When Special Needs Students are Instigators of Bullying
    4. Creating and Updating Legally Compliant Bullying Policies
    5. Legally Appropriate School Response Strategies to Bullying

Seminar Summary:

Learn how No Child Left Behind interacts with IDEA, and which law covers appropriate areas concerning disciplining students with behavioral issues. (see full course description)

 

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