Saturday, August 30, 2008

Maximizing Instructional Time Through Positive Behavior Strategies

Raising student achievement and having a positive impact on student learning are goals of teachers and administrators. Decreasing behavioral problems and increasing instructional time through implementation of positive behavioral strategies in your classroom and school can accomplish these goals. A teacher loses at least 10 minutes of instructional time on a problem behavior referred to the office, meaning 10 minutes of learning lost for each student. This presentation will give teachers and administrators tools to create a positive, proactive environment that supports the learning of all students. Learn how to create behavioral expectations and teach these expectations as well as develop consequences and incentives. You will be actively engaged in a variety of group activities and interactive discussions.

Wendy AllenMonica Ballay

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