Breaking Bad: Tackling Behavior Problems at the Core

We often see behaviors at school that are detrimental to both the students exhibiting the behavior and those around them. Many times, inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity and even aggression may be more than a student demonstrating that he or she is bored, acting out or seeking attention. These behavioral issues interfere with student learning because they are disruptive or consume a lot of class time, but have we truly considered what foundational issues are behind those actions? What if we could address the actual core problems causing those behaviors rather than just continually dealing with the symptoms?

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Presented by: Dr. Marty Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP, Director of Neuroscience Education for Carnegie Learning.

Find out what ongoing student behaviors may be masking and what you can do to turn things around for the students who may need your efforts the most.


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