Crisis Response In and Outside the Classroom
Scott Lewis, JD
Pete Liggett, Psychologist, Counseling and Human Development Center, University of South Carolina
Chris Wuchenich, Deputy Director, Law Enforcement and Safety, University of South Carolina
May 1, 2007
This seminar answers the following questions:
- What is the proper response to a student’s disruptive behavior in my class?
- What is my role in dealing with a student in crisis in and outside the classroom?
- What activities or symptoms should I address or report?
- To whom should I report these activities?
Faculty who attend this seminar will gain insight into how to respond to disruptive behavior in and outside the classroom and how to deal with students in crisis. Participants will also learn a behavioral-intervention protocol for students with erratic, suicidal or bizarre symptoms that indicate possible injury to themselves or to others.
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