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Thursday, October 19
4:00pm - 7:00pm

Location: Alexandria Scottish Rite
1430 West Braddock Road
Alexandria, VA 22302

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  No One's Alone: Supporting Early Childhood Teachers and Children When Challenging Behavior Occurs 


We may not always be able to control all the behaviors that children display. However, we can control how we proactively develop supports for both children and adults when challenging behaviors occurs. Presently, children who display disruptive behavior receive less positive feedback from teachers, spend less time on tasks, and receive less instruction. In an effort to improve the response to children, the goal of states, communities and programs must be to build supports to ensure that no child, no family and no teacher is asked to "go it alone." We will explore models, approaches, and strategies that work to build these supports.

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Rob Corso, Ph.D.

Rob Corso, Ph.D. is a Senior Research Associate at Vanderbilt University and the Executive Director of the Pyramid Model Consortium. Previously, he served on the Leadership Team for the National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning (NCQTL) and was the Project Coordinator for the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL). Dr. Corso served as an administrator for Head Start, child care, and early intervention programs.