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TRAINING RESOURCES

Systematic Supervision for Elementary, Middle, High School: A Positive Way to Monitor Common Areas


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When common area supervisors apply the principals of school-wide positive behavior support, they will feel less stress and enjoy their jobs more!

With this program, middle school staff who supervise hallways, cafeterias, study halls and hangout areas learn to:

  • Effectively teach school rules and expectations
  • Move and Scan while supervising
  • Build positive relationships with students
  • Respond appropriately to problem behavior
  • Communicate effectively with students, staff and parents

Work as a team to support student behavior!

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Defusing Anger and Aggression: Safe Strategies for Secondary School Educator

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Dr. Geoff Colvin analyzes aggressive behavior and describes effective strategies for defusing it. Six vignettes demonstrate how problem behavior can be escalated or defused. Vignettes cover the following key topics:

  • Managing off-task behavior
  • Responding to provocative behavior
  • Addressing disrespectful behavior
  • Identifying and reducing agitation
  • Establishing limits
  • Disengaging from dangerous situations

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Managing Non-Compliance Effective Strategies for K-12 Teachers

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This program provides a clear, easy-to-use strategy for encouraging student cooperation and correcting non-compliant behavior.

With realistic vignettes, in-depth analysis by Dr. Geoff Colvin, and well-timed review and summary, Managing Non-Compliance is a practical, results-oriented program designed to help teachers minimize the kinds of common problem behaviors that often disrupt the teaching-learning process. Common troublesome behaviors are covered, including:

  • Defiance
  • Resistance to directions
  • Not minding
  • Insubordination
  • Oppositional behavior

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Fred Jones DVD Series - Tools for Teaching

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The Tools for Teaching Video Toolbox provides you with a "front row seat" at one of Fred's workshops. You'll be shown how to practice newly acquired skills and see how ...more

Fred Jones Books - Tools for Teaching

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In Tools for Teaching, Dr. Jones describes the skills by which exceptional teachers make the classroom a place of success and enjoyment for both themselves and their ...more

Harry Wong DVD Series - The Effective Teacher

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The Effective Teacher shows what effective teachers do to cause student achievement. It is all common sense, research-based, non-controversial, basic information ...more

Harry Wong Books - First Days of School

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The book walks a teacher, either novice or veteran, through the most effective ways to begin a school year and continue to become an effective teacher. This is the ...more

The FAST Method: Reducing Problem Behaviors in the Classroom: Grades 7-12

 

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The FAST Method helps teachers respond effectively to challenging student behavior by making on-the-spot assessments of students' behavioral goals. Understanding the goal and responding appropriately to it prevents negative or unproductive behaviors from escalating and sets the stage for building positive, encouraging relationships with students. Using realistic classroom scenarios and easy-to-follow examples of The FAST Method in action, this program trains teachers and staff to:

  • Recognize three main goals of student behavior
  • Use goal analysis to prevent escalation
  • Make effective on-the-spot assessments
  • Respond appropriately, rather than react emotionally
  • Build positive relationships with challenging students

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BEYOND F.A.T. CITY

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HOW DIFFICULT CAN THIS BE?

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SECOND STEP KITS: K - 5

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