Seattle Teachers Autism Symposium (STAS)

The UW Autism Center and St. John’s Masonic Lodge are excited to present the 3rd Annual Seattle Teachers Autism Symposium (STAS) to educators interested in learning more about Autism Spectrum Disorders.  STAS is FREE for educators in the greater Seattle area.  There is an additional fee for attending the pre-conference.  See below for more information and to register.

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STAS 2017 Pre-Conference: Addressing Challenging Behaviors

Seattle Teachers Autism Symposium 2017


STAS 2017 Pre-Conference

Addressing Challenging Behaviors: Prevention is the Best Intervention

Do students you work with have challenging behaviors that are difficult to manage? Do you find yourself out of ideas for how to address challenging behaviors? This workshop is designed to help educators understand and prevent challenging behaviors. Strategies presented are based on the scientific principals of ABA and will aim to create a responsive learning environment to prevent challenging behaviors from occurring. In addition, strategies for teaching appropriate replacement behaviors and tips for what to do “in the moment” will be included. There will also be group work, case presentation and opportunities to ask presenters questions.

Who should attend?
Educators working with students with autism spectrum disorders across all grade levels.

Content Level: Beginner to intermediate

Clock hours are available for an additional fee.

Cost:
$125 early bird special through June 30, 2017
$150 for registrations received after June 30

Date:
July 25, 2017
9:00am-3:30pm
UWAC – Seattle

Registration closed.


Seattle Teachers Autism Symposium (STAS) 2017

Sessions will provide information on research and strategies related to students with autism spectrum disorders. Content will range from beginning to intermediate. Please see the STAS website (http://seattleautism.org/) for more detailed descriptions of each session.

Who should attend?
Educators interacting with students with autism spectrum disorders in the school setting across all grade levels.

Content Level: Beginner to intermediate

Clock hours are available for a fee.

Cost: Free

Dates:
July 26-27, 2017
9:00am-3:30pm
Kane Hall (Rm130)

Registration closed.