Identifying Precipitating Factors and Strategies to Support Your

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Identifying Precipitating Factors and Strategies to Support Your
Identifying Precipitating Factors
and Strategies to Support Your
Students
Presented By: Mendy Blake, Megan Palka and Amanda Spillie
Joliet Public Schools District 86
Best Practices Institute
October 9, 2015
By becoming familiar with the precipitating factors
students can enter your classroom with and
knowing strategies on how to support them, you
can increase the social and emotional well-being of
your students which in return can increase overall
productivity and better educational outcomes.
Charlotte Danielson’s Framework 1b, 2a, 2b
Cup Exercise
-Identifying factors that contribute to our everyday experiences and
self-reflection.
Reflection
-Similarities
-Differences
-Personal experiences
-Impact on our daily lives
-Things in our control, things out of our control
Factors That
Affect Our
Students
-Group Discussion
Example Factors
That Affect Our
Students
could be…
-Mental illness
-Homelessness
-Violence
-Abuse/Neglect
-Family Roles
-Poverty
We all have students like this
entering our classrooms and
schools every day.
-How can I support them?
General Building Level Supports
-Building relationships with your students
-Physical presence
-Acknowledgment
-Asking information seeking questions
-Empathy, not sympathy
-Investing time
Classroom Supports
-Creating a Community
-Drop box
-Community meeting
-Self rating
-Thermometer
-Responsibility and Accountability (student driven)
-Coping Strategies
-Cool down area
-Tool Kit
-Check-ins
-Buddy System
-Verbal and Non-verbal cues
Questions?
Share outs!
Feel free to contact us:
Mendy Blake [email protected] Thigpen Elementary
Megan Palka [email protected] Taft Elementary
Amanda Spillie [email protected] Gompers J.H.
Thank you!
Joliet Public Schools District 86
Best Practices Institute
October 9, 2015

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