Encouraging Positive Classroom Behavior [presentation] [video]

Are there students in your classroom that tend to act out and disrupt the entire class?

Teaching behavioral expectations and providing rewards is a much more positive way to manage behavior in the classroom—much better than waiting for the misbehavior to occur and then providing consequences. Positive behavior support is an evidence-based approach for creating a classroom climate that encourages productivity and learning. Watch this presentation by student support counselor Brandon Carlton, and experienced educator, Megan Vincent, MEd, to learn about some strategies you can use in your classroom to implement aspects of positive behavior support in your classroom.

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Community Education Session: March 20, 2018

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