Family-School Collaboration focusing on quality of life for all
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In this episode, Meme Heineman and Kimberli Breen, will be discussing Home and School Collaboration with regard to supporting student behavior.
Part of positive behavior support, which is a multi-tiered model of response to intervention on home and school collaboration, is described in more detail in the article ” Improving Student Behavior by Getting on the Same Page.” We believe that it will be useful for both families and educators who are working together to improve positive behavior support.
Kim shares a wealth of insight into ways to work together.
A quick introduction to Meme Heineman, Ph.D. Special Education: She has been sharing her knowledge with Parenting Special Needs Magazine for over nine years. Meme is nationally certified as a behavior analyst, she has published a variety of articles, and three books including “Parenting with Positive Behavior Support: A Practical Guide to Resolving Your Child’s Difficult Behavior.”
It incorporates videos and curriculum that parents can NOW access necessary training from their hand-held device or computer on their own time.
The program offered is a perfect compliment to in-home or clinic-based behavioral services. It may also be beneficial for families who are awaiting services, or who are ineligible for services and are struggling to address their children’s behavior during valued family routines.
Tune to what Kim had to say…
Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:
• Common challenges between home and school that need to be overcome
• No two children are the same; schools need to be mindful that NO TWO families are the same either
• Understanding the benefits of working together as a TEAM
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