PBIS Intervention Workshop for PES Students, Faculty, and Staff

ProjectREACHTuesday, October 11, 2016
Lowenstein Building, 12th Floor Lounge, Gerald Corrigan Conference Center

Workshop 1
4:50-6:50 p.m.
Tier 1 Interventions

Workshop 2
7:00-9:00 p.m.
Tier 2 & 3 Intervention Strategies

Presented by Dr. Laura Riffel
Dr. Laura A Riffel has over 30 years of experience as a general education and special education teacher, resource teacher, state program leader, director of a day clinic, and a parent. Dr. Riffel has studied general education, special education, behavioral interventions, applied behavior analysis, and cognitive and multiple disabilities.

Currently, she is the director of Behavior Doctor Seminars and travels the world sharing behavioral ideas with others who work with children with challenging behaviors. Her website is behaviordoctor.org.

RSVP
This workshop is free and open to all students, faculty and staff. Seats are limited.

Please RVSP to Linda Cheung by October 1, 2016 at Lcheung4@fordham.edu.

 

Project REACH, a federally funded grant, is proud to present this professional development workshop. Any question or concerns about the project activities can be addressed to Dr. Su Je Cho (scho@fordham.edu).

Mentoring for School Quality: How Educators Can Be More Professional and Effective

Dr. Carlos McCray’s book, Mentoring for School Quality: How Educators Can Be More Professional and Effective, is now available via Rowman & Littlefield.

We all have had mentors, those key adults from family, work, or schools who have assisted us in learning and becoming good adults, skilled and able professionals, and contributing member of community and society. Although it’s not easy, it does occur, is doable, and this book seeks to help everyone – educators, in particular — both to be mentored and to be a mentor.

Mentoring for School Quality is the companion to Mentoring with Meaning: How educators can be more professional and effective, both edited by Dr. McCray.

 

 

3 Reasons to Sample a Class at Fordham GSE

If you are interested in sampling a class at Fordham GSE without applying to a degree program, we encourage you to apply as a non-matriculated student.

1. Immerse Yourself in the Fordham GSE Community Before Deciding Whether to Apply for a Degree Program

Whether you want to take for professional development or intellectual curiosity, or prior to applying for a degree program, non-matriculated status will allow you to experience academic life at GSE.

2. Build a Relationship with Our Faculty

Over the course of the semester, you will have the opportunity to learn from, talk to, and connect with whomever is teaching your class.

3. Network with Our Students

Our students come from a variety of backgrounds and have diverse professional experiences. Class sizes are small to encourage students to interact and learn from each other.

How to Register as a Non-Matriculated Student

Registration for Fall semester classes is on September 8th and 9th from 3-6pm.