As a future teacher, are you afraid of violence?
As a future teacher, are there times you worry about acting out behaviors?
Educ 370/570 (1 credit): Nonphysical methods for preventing and managing disruptive behavior: Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® can help you:
- Recognize the early warning signs that a student’s behavior may escalate.
- Intervene effectively before the student’s behavior becomes dangerous.
The class teaches preventative techniques; levels of nonverbal behaviors, paraverbal communications, verbal intervention; precipitating factors, rational detachment, the integrated experience; staff fear and anxiety; personal safety techniques; and Postvention through discussions, role plays, and video analysis.
Class meeting dates/times: January 15 & 16, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Prerequisite includes: 1. Undergrads must student teach within one semester. 2. Graduate students must be enrolled in a UW-Stevens Point program.