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Building Success Plans for Students with Struggling Behaviors

In the past, behavior interventions were designed to “fix” children who were viewed as having a deficit. Often, the response to unwanted behaviors was to withhold safety and connection from the children who most desperately needed it. Instead, RTI plans should be designed to teach children the skills they need to be successful, rather than punishing them for not having these skills.

Led by Master Instructor Jill Molli, the two-day workshop Building Success Plans for Students with Struggling Behaviors will empower you to create success plans that generate powerful results. Learn to build safety and connection, which foster brain integration and willingness, then teach critical missing skills to support lifelong positive changes in behavior. On this foundation of healthy relationships, you and your students will thrive.

Plus, this event takes place at a school that is successfully implementing Conscious Discipline, giving you the unique opportunity to see strategies and structures in action as you gain insight from a Master Instructor.


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  • Location:
    • Liberty, MO
  • Facilitators:
    • Jill Molli

Here's What You'll Learn:

Big Idea

Learn effective behavior interventions and approaches to RTI that strengthen relationships, foster safety and connection and teach children the skills they are missing. These strategies promote positive, lasting behavioral change.

Who Should Attend

This workshop is beneficial for behavior specialists, administrators, counselors, and teachers interested in upgrading their approach to RTI and behavior management.

Your Facilitators

Master Instructor Jill Molli will bring her signature warmth, humor and inspirational storytelling to this informative two-day workshop.

Workshop Materials

Information on workshop materials coming soon!

Write effective success plans that build relationships, teach missing skills and change behavior.

The ability to regulate your thoughts, feelings and impulses enough to demonstrate positive behavior is a prerequisite for school success and student achievement. Yet the debate remains on how to achieve this level of self-regulation. Do children need to be punished, rewarded or taught this process? Is there an age by which they should “know better?” Is this a job for parents, schools or both? What about children with trauma, chronic stress or disabilities? Regardless of past approaches, the current understanding of child development indicates we must systematically teach positive behaviors just as we teach science, reading and math.

Instead of tangible rewards, Conscious Discipline utilizes the relationship to reinforce positive behaviors. It provides teachers with the skills to create healthy relationships with even the most challenging students. Often, Tier 2 students are relationship-reluctant and Tier 3 students are relationship -resistant. Simultaneously increasing our focus on developing the relationship as we teach new skills greatly increases successful outcomes with these children. The main social reinforcers Conscious Discipline uses are positive intent, noticing, celebrations and being of service to others.

This workshop will teach you how to effectively use these strategies and much more, including:

  • Understand the wiring of the brain and that optimal learning comes through healthy relationships.
  • Understand how Conscious Discipline aligns with the framework of PBIS by being proactive and using evidence-based interventions to teach missing skills.
  • Transform your In-School Suspension Room into a classroom where social emotional learning is taught and experienced daily (CARE room-Connecting and Recovery Environment).
  • Examine the strength of your Tier 1 support and add tools to your Tier 2 and Tier 3.
  • Observe strong Tier 1 classrooms.
  • Experience and hear firsthand from a CARE room teacher who uses drums to deescalate Tier 3 students.
  • Learn to write success plans for hurting students who are missing many social skills.
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More Information About This Event

  • plus minus Event Schedule

    Stay tuned for an in-depth event schedule.

  • plus minus Location


    The Building Success Plans for Students with Struggling Behaviors Workshop will be hosted at:

    Ridgeview Elementary School
    701 Thornton St
    Liberty, MO 64068

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    Workshop Flyer coming soon.

  • plus minus Area Hotels & Restaurants

    Area Hotels

    Hampton Inn Kansas City-Liberty
    8551 Church Rd
    Kansas City, MO 64157

    Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Kansas City Liberty
    8101 N Church Rd
    Kansas City, MO 64158

    TownePlace Suites by Marriott Kansas City Liberty
    130 S Stewart Rd
    Liberty, MO 64068

    Area Restaurants

    • Dunkin’ Donuts
    • McDonald’s
    • Over Flow Coffee House
    • IHOP
    • Rancho Grande Cantina
    • The Landing Eatery and Pub
    • Fuji Sushi & Grill
    • Ginger Sue’s Breakfast Cafe
    • Longboards Wraps & Bowls
    • Mudhole BBQ
    • Luigi’s
    • J & S Pizza
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    Event Confirmation

    Seating is limited. Please make sure the contact information you provide when you register is truly the best way for us to reach you prior to the event. If you have not received your confirmation prior to start date, it is your responsibility to contact Conscious Discipline. We recommend that you do not purchase non-refundable airfare until you receive an email confirmation from Conscious Discipline. Conscious Discipline assumes no responsibility for travel arrangements made prior to written confirmation of your acceptance as an attendee.

    By registering for a Conscious Discipline event, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions detailed below and includes a publicity photo release.


    Cancellations must be received in writing via email to [email protected]. Refunds will be processed as follows: Up to 30 days before the start of the event: Full refund of tuition paid. 14-29 days before the start of the event: Refund of tuition paid less a $100 processing fee. Within 14 days of the start of the event: No refund. No-shows: No refund. Conscious Discipline reserves the right to substitute speakers at any event. In the unlikely event an institute is cancelled, registrants will be refunded paid institute tuition only.

    Registration Substitutions

    Attendees and Team Administrators may substitute another person for their seat up to 30 days before the start of the event. Within 30 days of the event, please contact [email protected] for assistance. It would be helpful to have your order number and the names and email addresses of your substitutions ready to share with our representative.

    Liability / Media Release

    I agree that no filming, video or live capture of any kind is allowed at this event. I hereby release, discharge, and hold harmless Conscious Discipline, its employees, independent contractors, administrators, agents, assignees and anyone who it may be claimed liable from injury or damage. This is a binding and voluntary release for all injury, accident or death for both person and property. I assume all risk for travel, attendance, and participation in the event.

    By registering and attending any Conscious Discipline event, I AGREE and indicate that I understand the terms and conditions stated here.

    I give permission for myself to be videotaped, audiotaped and photographed. I understand that Conscious Discipline (DBA of Loving Guidance, Inc.) of Oviedo, Florida will own the video / audiotapes or photographs (the “media”) and any works which may utilize the media, including the irrevocable right to edit, broadcast, print reproduce the works and to offer the works for sale to the public. This also includes the right to copyright and the right to license others to use the Media in connection with the works.

    I agree that the Content may be combined with other images, text, graphics, film, audio, audiovisual works; and may be cropped, altered or modified. I agree that I have no rights to the Content, and all rights to the Content belong to the Conscious Discipline and Assigns assigned by Conscious Discipline. I acknowledge and agree that I have no further right to additional consideration or accounting, and that I will make no further claim for any reason to Conscious Discipline and Assigns. I acknowledge and agree that this release is binding upon my heirs and assigns. I agree that this release is irrevocable, worldwide and perpetual, and will be governed by the laws (excluding the law of conflicts) of the state of Florida.

    Because Conscious Discipline is sensitive to the privacy of those appearing in the Media, there will be no credits given to myself in the Media or the works or derivative works utilizing the media in whole or in part. I also agree that I will not receive any payment for appearing in the Media, or the works or derivative works using the Media. I waive, on my own behalf, any rights or interest in and to the Media and any works utilizing the Media, and will have no claim of any kind against Conscious Discipline, it’s executors, licensees, successors or assignees based on the exercise of any rights granted here under or for the use of the Media, or works containing it.

    I further waive, on behalf of myself, the right to inspect and/or approve the products of Conscious Discipline that utilize the Media, including any works and written copy that may be created in connection therewith. I hereby warrant I am of full legal age, have full legal authority and am otherwise competent to sign this Release, and by registering and attending, I further warrant that I have read and understand all of these terms. Conscious Discipline also reserves the right to substitute speaker(s) at any event.

  • plus minus Scholarships & Helper Positions

    The Conscious Discipline event scholarship covers tuition fees and course materials for this workshop. Travel, accommodations, meals and any special discount packages are not covered. If you have registered for this event and you are selected to receive a scholarship, your registration fees will be refunded.

    If you are selected to receive a scholarship, you are required to stay at the host hotel and understand that you may be requested to write a very brief article of your experience that will likely be published in our online newsletter, announced in an email and/or posted on our website.

    Prior scholarship recipients are not eligible and the scholarship is not transferable.