COVID-19 PANDEMIC RESPONSE
Now, more than ever, we face challenges with staff and student dysregulation. When students return to school after a prolonged and less structured absence, we can expect new levels of dysregulated behavior. We need to start preparing staff to build resilience and teach regulation skills to students. The more we provide training, practice, and resources to staff, the more effective we will be at creating safe, welcoming, and predictable school environments.
- Looking for ways to train staff to better address disruptive, defiant, and dysregulated student behavior?
- Do your staff know what to do to help students build resilience?
- Do your paraeducators have access to high quality, on-the-job training?
- Are you frustrated that behavior interventions aren’t as effective as they could be?
- Do you have limited time for training with certified and classified staff?
321insight’s online pd toolkits can help
what makes 321insight different?
The 321insight training model works with your schedule and goals to train all staff to be prepared to meet student needs. Every video is research based and under 13 minutes, with summaries, discussion guides, and additional tools to enhance and expand upon the learning.
Developed by experts and practitioners who know what works in schools, 321insight’s materials offer relevant, easy-to-implement, and immediately applicable best practices to make educators more successful in supporting students.
Dr. Greenwood is a licensed clinical Psychologist, consultant to school districts and adjunct professor in the Graduate Teacher Education Department at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. He has worked actively for over 30 years in clinical and educational settings to support children and their families. He currently consults with school districts throughout the state of Oregon on special education issues and best practice methods for supporting students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Dr. Greenwood is also a published author of education texts.
Dr. Henson is a licensed clinical psychologist and a state-wide education consultant to school districts in Oregon. He consults throughout the state of Oregon on best practices for supporting students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Dr. Henson speaks and gives trainings in Oregon and Washington on topics including paraeducator effectiveness, trauma-informed practices, threat management, functional assessment and best practices in supporting students with emotional and behavioral disorders. His first book “Behavior Support Strategies for Education Paraprofessionals” was published in 2008.
Alia has over twenty years of experience working with technology training and implementation in K-12 school districts across the country. From designing, implementing and managing professional development programs, to planning and rolling out large scale initiatives in school districts, her experience helps make sure 321insight’s products are effective and easy to use.
Dr. Robinson brings a rich understanding and experience in the areas of trauma-informed care and trauma-sensitive schools. He’s worked with school districts throughout the northwest to develop and implement a blended approach to trauma-informed care in schools.
“We know it takes the entire school staff to be on board to address the diverse needs of all students. 321insight provides us the platform on which to launch our support.”
Director of Student Services, Estacada SD, Oregon
“Using 321insight training gives us an opportunity to train and do PD all year long, not just during the summer. ParaSharp enhances our district program, and our paraprofessionals love it!”
Director of Special Education, Edgewood ISD, Texas
“321insight is such a fantastic model because it gives information in very short bites. Using 321insight and their tools doesn’t take away time and service to students—in fact it enhances it, and we really liked that.”
Executive Director of Student Services
Hillsboro School District, Oregon